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Various cakes, bakes, biscuits and edible toppers with a step by step guide and pictures...
Cookies who doesn't love a cookie? Add that together with a bar of chocolate, and you're in Cookie Monster heaven! The fun thing about Homemade chocolate bars is that you get to decide every single flavour that goes into them. Then you can either give them to that someone special or indulge in your hard-earned efforts yourself...decisions decisions! How do I make a Homemade chocolate Bar? To make the Cookie Nut Bliss Homemade Chocolate Bar, you will need the following: Ingredients 100 Grams Dark Chocolate 70% Cocoa Mini Bag Cookies Hazelnuts Equipment Chocolate Bar Mould Baking Tray Food Bag or Microwaveable Bowl for melting the Chocolate Sharp Knife and Plate Cellophane Bag - 5 x 7 inches Pull Bows Chocolate Bar Mould...
What could be more delightful than strawberries and cream fused together in a delectable chocolate bar? With strawberries and cream being a firm English favourite and all, I thought it was only fitting to mix the two together, and not only does it look pretty, but it tastes good too. How do I make a Homemade chocolate Bar? To make a Strawberry Swirl Chocolate Bar, you will need the following: Ingredients 100 Grams White Chocolate Dried Strawberries Colour Mill Dye - Raspberry Equipment Chocolate Bar Mould Baking Tray Piping Bag Sharp Knife and Plate Cellophane Bag - 5 x 7 inches Pull Bows Chocolate Bar Mould Spec Chocolate Bar Mould is 21cm x 10.5cm. The chocolate bar is 6 blocks long x 4 blocks wide. The actual...
There's nothing better than chocolate and even more so than dreaming up your own kind of bars. The good thing about these bars is not only are they easy to do; you can cater them to people's requirements, indulge in an endless supply of flavours and give someone a beautiful gift all at the same time. To make the Mint Allure Homemade Chocolate Bar, all you will need are the following items: Ingredients 100 Grams Dark Chocolate 70% Cocoa Mint Oreo Biscuits Equipment Chocolate Bar Mould Baking Tray Food Bag or Microwaveable Bowl Sharp Knife and Plate Cellophane Bag - 5 x 7 inches Pull Bows Chocolate Bar Mould Spec The full-sized mould is 21 cm x 10.5 cm. Chocolate Bar Block Size is 6 Blocks long x 4 Blocks wide. The actual...
As Valentine's Day is just around the corner, I have been looking at alternative things you could give to your loved ones this year. So if you don't fancy cranking up the oven, then why not give these Sweet Cones a whirl instead. Not only are they scrumptiously delicious, but they're also great fun to make, and you can get the kids involved too! The only problem you'll have is ensuring the sweets end up in the bag and not in your mouth! But who cares we could all do with a little sweetness of late! How to make Sweet Cones? To make the sweet cones, you will need the following: Clear Cone Bags Assortment of Sweets Gold Ties Pull Flower Ribbons or Ribbon of Choice Food Safe Gloves - If Required Optional - To make them more personal...
Due to the shortage of ingredients of late we've all had to come up with ingenious ways of making some of our favourite foods, albeit it another way. So forget your usual way of baking, ignore the eggs, flour and butter and simply get creative. Necessity is the mother of invention so scrap the rule book and create your own! This 3 ingredient chocolate cake works because the cookies contain the vital elements of what we would typically use for cake baking, add to the that a little milk and baking powder and voila we have a chocolate cake to help eliminate the pangs. Easy peasy yes, so let's get cracking. Preheat the oven to: Fan Assisted 170°C Conventional Oven 190°C Gas Mark 3 Fahrenheit 338F Ingredients 350 grams Maryland...
The original Apple Crumble Cookies recipe is by Jamie Oliver; it's one of his 5 ingredients recipes and something I've wanted to make for a while. So after receiving his book as a gift and then seeing him make these on TV recently, I decided to give them a go. Not only are they blooming delicious (I taste-tested 6 of them when they came straight out of the oven) they only take a small amount of time to make too. The original recipe is double the quantities below and will create 24 biscuits depending on how big you make them. The recipe below will make approximately 12 cookies. Tip: Because these are so quick to make, take out your butter from the fridge to soften and pre-heat the oven in advance. Preheat your oven to one of the...
If you are looking for bitesize melt in the mouth shortcakes, then this guide is definitely for you. The recipe is based on a handful of ingredients and a bit of mixing; after that, watch the little beauties come to life in the oven while marvelling in the aroma they create. They're straightforward to make and don't take that long to bake either. Getting started. Tip: Remember to remove the BUTTER from the fridge 30 minutes before baking so that it has had enough time to soften up. To start with, pre-heat your oven to one of the following settings: 180°C - Fan Assisted 190-200°C - Conventional Oven Gas Mark 4/5 356F Ingredients: 225 Grams or 8oz Unsalted Butter (Softened) ½ or 1 Teaspoon of Vanilla Extract (Based on personal...
Here's a quick and easy tutorial showing you how to make your own Marbled Caramel Shortbread. You will need to start by preheating the oven. Preheat the oven to one of the following:- 180°C - Fan Assisted 190-200°C - Conventional Oven Gas Mark 4/5 356F Method: Step 1 BISCUIT BASE INGREDIENTS 125g/5oz Unsalted Butter 100g/4oz Granulated or Caster Sugar 250g/10oz Plain Flour Biscuit Method 1. Weigh out the butter and sugar and then cream together using a hand whisk. 2. Then add the flour and mix to a fluffy dough. 3. Press the fluffy dough into a greased swiss roll/rectangular tin and prick with a fork. 4. Bake for approx 20 minutes or until golden in colour. 5. Once baked remove from the oven and leave to cool. Method: Step 2...
As we're entering that time of year again and with Stir Up Sunday just around the corner. I thought I would put together a mini-tutorial with a small video showing you how to make your own Christmas Cakes. Tip: Take your butter out of the fridge 30 minutes before starting your cakes to allow it to soften. This Christmas Cake Mix will make the following sized cakes:- Cake Sizes and Required Bake Times: - 3 Small Spring Tins - 6-Inch x 1-Inch Cakes - *Bake for Approx 1-2 Hrs 1 Medium 8-Inch x 3-Inch Round/Square Cake - *Bake Approx 3Hrs - 3 and Half Hours 3 Domed Cakes (Two) 1 Litre Bowls and (One) 0.5 Litre Bowl = 1 Litre Bowl - *Bake Approx 2Hrs 15Mins - 2 Hrs 30 Mins For the 0.5 Litre - *Bake Approx 2 Hours Preheat your oven to...
Here is your step by step guide on how to make a light crumbly 8-inch Butter Cake. [yasr_overall_rating] Preheat the oven to one of the following:- Fan assisted: 160°C Conventional Oven 180°C Gas Mark 3 Fahrenheit 320F Ingredients:- 250 Grams Block Unsalted Butter 220 Grams Caster Sugar 1½ Teaspoons Vanilla Extract 3 Medium Eggs 310 Grams Self-Raising Flour 170ml Semi Skimmed Milk Decoration:- Icing Sugar to dust with. (Optional) Equipment:- Electric Whisk, Spatula, Measuring Spoons, Electric Scales, Mixing Bowl, Jug, Small Dish for Eggs, 8-Inch Square Lined Tin, Bake Easy Spray. Method:- Weigh out the caster sugar. Then place the sugar and softened butter into a mixing bowl and add the Vanilla Extract. Cream the butter...
Here is a step by step guide showing you how to make Apricot Shortbread Cookies. Remove your butter from the fridge and place on the kitchen counter! Preheat the oven to one of the following:- Fan assisted: 160°C Conventional Oven 180°C Gas Mark 3 Fahrenheit 320F Whilst the oven is warming the butter should start to soften. Ingredients:- 125 Grams / 4.4 oz Unsalted (Softened) Butter 55 Grams / 1.9 oz Caster Sugar 55 Grams / 1.9 oz Chopped Apricots 180 Grams/ 6.3 Oz Plain Flour Method:- Weigh out the butter and place it in a mixing bowl. Weigh the sugar out. Please place it in the mixing bowl. Take a hand whisk and cream the butter and sugar together. Once creamed place to one side. Now weigh out the plain...
You will find in some recipes that they want you to hull strawberries or other fruit before you cook or serve them. There are two ways to hull strawberries; however, firstly, let me explain what it means. All this means is that you remove the green leafy part of the strawberry, also known as the calyx before you use them. To do this, you would use one of the following methods. Note: Please ensure you wash your fruit first, then pat them dry using a piece of kitchen towel before you begin. (To help remove any insects or bacteria from your fresh strawberries it's best to soak them in cooled saltwater for a few minutes then rinse). Method 1 The easiest way to hull a strawberry is to use a drinking straw. Simply take the straw...
Here is a Cranberry and White Chop Chip Tutorial showing a step by step guide on how to make deliciously fruity choc muffins. Preheat your oven to one of the following temps: Fan assisted: 180°C Conventional Oven 190°C- 200°C Gas Mark 4 Fahrenheit - 356F Ingredients: 150 grams (3oz) margarine or butter 150 grams (3oz) of caster sugar 3 medium eggs 150 grams (3oz) self-raising flour 100 grams (2oz) cranberries 100 grams (20z) white choc chips Method: Weigh 150 grams of margarine or butter and place into a mixing bowl. Weigh out the caster sugar and place that into the mixing bowl along with the margarine or butter. Combine the butter and sugar together using the creaming method; I use an electric whisk to mix them...

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