The perfect snack to entertain a crowd. Impress your guest with these rustic, olive studded sourdough breadsticks and this simple yet punchy dip.
Juicy mincemeat, encased in golden, crispy pastry…these mince pies are a sheer joy to byte into. Follow the simple steps to make your pies at home this Christmas!
Never ever throw away your sourdough discard because with these recipes, you can use them all up! And no one will ever know that there is discard in them.
Who doesn’t love a good apple fritter? These are chock full of juicy apples, so you get more apples than dough when you bite into it. Also naturally leavened and fermented overnight ( which means more flavor). Also the glaze is not sickly sweet!
My take on French macarons. Macarons really don’t need anything to make them taste better but with these tropical flavors, you won’t be able to stop at just one!
This festive doughy wreath brings Christmas to your table. With all the cranberries, orange marzipan and the orange glaze, this really ticks all the boxes for me.
A babka is a great vehicle to pack you favorite filling. This one is full of homemade sweet and sour pear jam and walnuts. My favorite babka flavor after the chocolate that is!
An attempt to replicate a (very) spicy ginger and molasses cookie I ate growing up in Sri Lanka. I have given it my own twist with the addition of sugar crystals. These are definitely not for the faint-hearted
A cookie for serous sesame fans. This cookie dough is packed full of tahini and rolled on sesame seeds before being baked to perfection. Perfect with your cappa.
If you have ever been to Sri Lanaka and wten these you’d know how good they are. Or else just make these at home and get transported straight to the tropical island. I am using natural yeast to ferment this dough which gives it the unique lacy edges and flavor.