Cocktails, mocktails, make them all with Bickford’s Premium Super Fruit Juices! This post has 6 recipes for you to try with the large variety of juices on offer.
Why wait for butter to soften when you can cook with olive oil?
Two cakes made with olive oil; a chocolate cake and a hazelnut and orange cake.
Simple, easy, tasty… what more could you want? The orange element comes from marmalade instead of fresh oranges. I have altered the recipe below as we found it got a bit too bitter where the noodles didn’t get tossed properly. Feel free to alter it to your tastes of course. And if you love chilli,
Theme 2: Citrus Cookbook Used: Kitchen – Recipes from the Heart of the Home Author: Nigella Lawson It’s only the second theme of the cookbook challenge and I’m already falling behind. Oh well, better late than never! This cake by Nigella is so good, even my temperamental oven did a good job! This cake is
If you haven’t heard me whinge on twitter about how worried I’ve been to try my oven, then hear me now! Our place has an oven that is probably older than I am; and older ovens don’t have the best reputation of cooking things well. You have to find the hot spots, and get to
So I bought this new cupcake cookbook to add to my already massive collection of cookbooks. Despite already owning quite a few cupcake books, I would have to say this one is my favorite. The pictures are gorgeous, and well the first recipe I tried was a MASSIVE success. I made these for the lovely
To start the weekend, have a slice of this delicious orange cake. It’s so moist and light, you’ll wonder why you never made it before, and wonder when you can make it again! Next time I will be substituting the milk or orange juice to see if it will pack more of an orange flavour.
ANOTHER ricotta recipe? Yes. And trust me, there will be at least 1 more after this one! Using Perfect Italiano Ricotta! Look in the background of this cheese photo and you will see what my crepes were meant to look like. Look below and you can see some not so photogenic crepes. However, they were
More Easter baking! This cake is so incredibly easy to make, you could make it anytime of year, just leave off the Easter eggs. It is such a moist cake. I like the idea of using orange juice instead of milk, maybe that has something to do with why it was so moist. Orange &
I wanted to make dessert for Easter Sunday lunch with the family. Being Easter it had to involve chocolate didn’t it? I tried the chocolate orange marble cake from the latest Donna Hay magazine. I then spruced it up with some little Easter eggs and a very cute little chicken. I didn’t do the marble
This was one of the easiest desserts I have EVER made! I didn’t have to buy any special ingredients, everything was lying around in my kitchen somewhere! They were so good with caramel ice-cream. So nice and spongy, not too rich, the orange flavour really tied the whole thing together. Taken from the taste website,
Saturday night was a family affair, last gathering together before my parents jet off overseas. I offered to make dessert and decided I’d try yet another cheesecake recipe from the Australian Woman’s Weekly Cheesecake book. Oh what a story to tell! Usually when doing a cheesecake mum taught me to cover the base of the