Yes, it’s true, the secret ingredient in Boston Bun is mashed potato! The original Boston Bun dates back to the early 20th century where sieved potato was often used as an economical substitute for flour. It also makes this Boston Bun perfectly moist and ideal to serve alongside a cup of tea.
My favourite banana cake is dangerously easy to make. One bowl means less mess and more time to eat! Perfect for afternoon tea or a lunchbox treat – everyone’s bound to be back for seconds.
This simply delicious chocolate fudge cake can be made with basic pantry staples. It’s easy to make and guaranteed to please a crowd! Rich, not overly sweet, and a perfect crackly top. Enjoy with a dollop of cream and fresh berries.
Turn leftover chocolate cake or brownies into a decadent salted caramel truffle coated in chocolate and toasted coconut. Homemade caramel sauce makes these truffles absolutely irresistible.
Freckles are my absolute favourite. Rainbow sprinkles and chocolate – what’s not to love? These rainbow freckle lamingtons are a twist on the traditional Australian favourite. Sure to be a hit with kids and big kids alike!
This beautiful orange hazelnut cake is a surprisingly easy dessert to impress! A soft and moist hazelnut cake is topped with fresh candied orange slices. Enjoy a big slice with a cup of tea.
This sinfully rich chocolate cake is dangerously easy to make. Perfectly moist, ultra chocolatey, and ridiculously simple. A whipped chocolate ganache brings this beautiful cake together and is sure to satisfy even the sweetest tooth.
Like your favourite bakery muffins, these big, fluffy blueberry muffins are perfectly moist, have a crisp overflowing muffin top and are bursting with blueberries. This recipe is guaranteed to rival your local bakery!
The best breakfast ever is a warm muffin fresh out of the oven. These heavenly orange and cinnamon breakfast muffins are soft and fluffy with a crunchy streusel topping to die for. Guaranteed to get you out of bed in the morning! Enjoy!
This French apple cake is the definition of simplicity! Super light, fluffy, and packed full of soft apple pieces, this cake is absolutely bursting with flavour. A dainty dusting of icing sugar makes it fit for any afternoon tea or dessert. This cake only takes one bowl and fifteen minutes to prepare. Bon appétit!
This beautifully aromatic loaf cake is rich with honey and spices. Serve a slice of this dense, moist cake warm or toasted with butter. Perfect alongside a cup of tea.
This delicious slice has two layers of fluffy shortcake filled with soft spiced apple. A simple recipe with easy step-by-step instructions means anyone can bake this beautiful slice.
This heavenly flourless chocolate cake is rich and dense with an intense chocolate flavour. This cake is also gluten-free and nut-free, making it an allergy-friendly dessert. Enjoy with whipped cream or as is!
This light and fluffy cinnamon tea cake has been one of my staple morning tea treats for as long as I can remember. This recipe is unbelievably simple, all you need to do is mix and bake! For the best result, serve this divine cake with a generous layer of butter and a sprinkle of …
This easy cake is soft, moist and absolutely bursting with orange flavour. Almond meal gives the cake a beautiful texture and also makes this the perfect gluten-free and dairy-free dessert. A sweet orange syrup is the finishing touch to this wonderful cake.
This classic cake has a unique combination of banana, pineapple, coconut and spices. It is soft, moist, and full of flavour. A rich cream cheese frosting is the perfect finishing touch to this decadent dessert.
This self-saucing chocolate pudding in a mug is the perfect no fuss single serve dessert! This mug cake is ultra moist with a rich chocolate sauce. It takes less than 2 minutes in the microwave for when you need chocolate ASAP!
You read it right! Two (yes, TWO) ingredients is all you need to make this light and fluffy mug cake. Best of all, you can make and cook this delicious mug cake in less than five minutes!