These delicious homemade pastries will mean you never need to buy from a bakery again. Easy and quick to make with frozen pastry sheets, tinned fruit and homemade custard.
This healthy caramel peach crumble will have the whole family coming back for more. Everyone thinks that fruit crumbles are healthy, but they can hide lashings of butter and too much sugar. This crumble recipe lets you have your crumble and your health too!
Are you looking for a super fresh and healthy alternative to birthday cake for babies and toddlers? Or maybe you have a child that doesn't even like cake? (Yes, they do exist.) Well this cake made of entirely fresh fruit is exactly what you are looking for.
Apple crumble is one of the best and easiest desserts you can make on a wintry night. Now those with an intolerance to gluten can still enjoy the crumbly topping with this recipe that replaces wheat flour with rice flour and almond meal. Clever and delicious.
Most kids are absolutely starving after school. These delish apple and currant scrolls are just the thing to fill those hungry tummies. Overflowing with yummy apple pieces, these little bites are great to freeze for those days you're in a hurry.
The combination of orange and lemon rinds makes this delicious poppy seed cake especially zingy. And the lemony icing is wonderful too - you could double the quantity of icing, cut the cake in half and ice the middle as well at the top. Yum!
Chocolate dipped strawberries are the ultimate indulgence. For Christmas, Valentines Day or just because they're so good, make it fun for the kids with some colourful sprinkles as well. If you can stop yourself eating them all, theyd make wonderful gifts packaged in small cellophane bags.
These muffins are cake-ey enough to seem like a real treat but also sneak in some vegetable and fibre goodness. And the very best thing about this recipe is that it can be made well in advance, right through to the batter stage and just popped in the oven when needed.