My OBSESSION ((in caps so you can feel my pure excitement)) with the cruffin started when I came across the Supermoon Bakehouse (in NYC) on Instagram. BLOWN. AWAY. The Cruffin is a heavenly hybrid between a croissant and a muffin. Layers of laminated croissant dough spiralled and baked in a muffin tin. There isn't really … Continue reading Chocolate Cruffins
Mille Feuille, aka "a thousand leaves"... the yummiest, most delicate, buttery, creamy french pastry which is soo delicious and DEFINITELY worth all the hassle and time involved in making this complex little cake! I followed Paul Hollywood's recipe for the pastry element of this bake - his rough puff pastry recipe is a lot shorter and less … Continue reading Mille Feuille
I first came across this recipe when I was scrolling down on one of my favourite blog sites - My New Roots! Despite constantly baking with sugar and masses of butter, I love eating healthily as it makes me feel so good about myself (and a little guilty about all the cakes I consume!) Among … Continue reading Nut & Seed Bread with Chia Jam
These cinnamon rolls are super light and fluffy! Cinnamon is one of my favourite spices to use in baking as it brings such warmth to any recipe! I use a Paula Deen recipe, from the Food Network website - unfortunately this means all measurements are in cups, but I have yet to find a recipe to … Continue reading Pecan Cinnamon Rolls
This is such a lovely Easter recipe! This is basically one giant Hot Cross Bun loaf of bread, with all the usual fillings and spices. It is perfect sliced, toasted and spread generously with slightly salted butter mmm.. The recipe is one I made myself by combining ideas that inspired me from other bakes! I … Continue reading Hot Cross Bun Loaf
These plaits may look like a technical, complicated bake... But, they're actually surprisingly straight forward to make and are guarented to impress family and friends! 🙂 I found this recipe on the Hint of Vanilla blog, and decided I had to try it, after seeing how amazing the finished bake looked. The recipe is fairly … Continue reading Chocolate Brioche Plaits
Crullers are French style churros/ doughnuts! They are made with a choux dough, and finished with an icing sugar glaze, yum. This recipe is extremely quick, easy and very diverse! These cruller would also be amazing dipped in chocolate or rolled in cinnamon sugar, its really up to you! I got my recipe from little.spicejar.com 🙂 … Continue reading French Crullers
Jam & Pistachio doughnuts ❤ This is an amazing recipe, which is fairly easy to follow and gives extremely rewarding results! I filled my doughnuts with a traditional raspberry jam filling, and with a pistachio creme patissiere as something a bit different. This is a perfect weekend bake, as it requires a lot of time and patience 🙂 Ingredients: 500g … Continue reading Dough-nut mind if I do..