It’s hot and humid here in Barcelona. Really it’s a wonder anyone can bake so it’s time to make delicious ice-cold sorbets. Hurray! And it’s all in preparation for a traditional French mystery frozen cake, which I’ll reveal to you in a few days depending […]
Do you love fresh ginger and light refreshing desserts? Can you get your hands on a can of sweetened red bean paste and some glutinous rice flour from the local Chinese store? That’s all you need to make these amazingly delicious gluten-free red bean dumplings […]
Nutellotti recipe with plain or white spelt flour – the fast and easy Nutella biscuits (cookies) that went viral in Italy!
The name nutellotti comes from contracting Nutella together with biscotti, which means biscuit (cookie) in Italian. They’re very yummy and usually made from three ingredients: Nutella, egg and flour! You know some of my cakes take a little longer to make. Ahem. So this is […]
Can I give you a little kiss? Now don’t be alarmed, I’m offering you a beijinho which means ‘little kiss’ in Portuguese and it’s a Brazilian coconut sweetie. They’re delicious, very fast and easy to make with fine desiccated coconut, condensed milk and a clove […]
Would you like to tuck into a classic dessert served in the simplest to most elegant of restaurants, not only in France but all over the world? Chocolate profiteroles are the answer (to everything) and here in Barcelona they are a familiar friend, also gracing […]
They are to a lot of people! Jane Romsey confirms this in her e-book ‘Traditional British Scone Recipes’: Once tasted, never forgotten. Plain, unadorned and simple, scones are a quintessential part of the British way of life. You may have come across Hamish MacBeth, the […]