We just love this tart starring over-caramelised apples. And tarte tartin is much easier to make than it looks. Serve a slice with quality vanilla bean ice-cream and, wow!, you’ll discover the perfect explosion of flavours.
Chocolate and raspberries combine for a flavour bomb in your mouth. This rich chocolate cake smothered in drizzly chocolate icing and scattered with fresh and freeze-dried raspberries is soooo easy to make, and is a real show-stopper.
Oreos are pretty great on their own, but they’re absolutely amazing when they are baked into muffins! These muffins are a real crowdpleaser.
These muffins are a great way to get kids to eat some fruit, while giving them a bit of a treat, too. They also work very well as an afternoon snack, and look fabulous at a cake stall. And did we mention, they are super easy to make as well!
Growing kids love to snack, so why not give them a healthier treat that tastes great and is satisfyingly filling? These pumpkin muffins are super easy to make and freeze well, too. Make a double batch to keep you going for a while.
A stack of yummy veg all loaded into the one dish and baked until golden. This is a great way to get the kids to eat broccoli, and the adults will love it, too. Serve with any type of meat or fish.
Here’s one for chocolate lovers – a packet mix chocolate cake, topped with cream, chocolate Easter eggs, frosting, M&Ms and sprinkles. Woo-hoo! Quick and easy. No Easter Bunny required.
Mr Easter Bunny pokes his head out of the rabbit hole to get ready for Easter Sunday. The grass is green, the eggs are in abundance – the world is a happy place!