These apple buns are such a treat and my family has requested them many times since I first tested the recipe a few weeks ago. I was so happy with the way they came out! The buns are soft and light, and if you love all things apple like us then you’ll also love the flavour. And to make them extra special they’re topped with a caramel flavoured cream cheese icing, need I say more?Continue reading “Apple buns with caramel cream cheese icing”
Your week is about to get better, thanks to this showstopper dessert! As I mentioned in my last post I will be sharing a few recipes from some of the newest additions to my cookbook collection over the coming weeks. Today’s drool-worthy recipe for spiced apple crumble cheesecake with salted caramel sauce is by my friend Astrid Field of The Sweet Rebellion and comes from her first recipe book “High Tea at Home”.
This week I’m teaming up once again with Nature’s Source to bring you another fabulous recipe. Granola is, of course, the hero and these apple, cinnamon and granola breakfast tarts are simply perfect for adding the wow factor to your next brunch or to enjoy as a light dessert. The best part is that they are deceptively simple to whip together!
Ah, the humble apple. Most commonly seen in my house either sliced up and slathered in almond butter or half eaten and deserted on a chair or counter somewhere (and usually with a similarly uneaten apple friend nearby, argh!) Today I have rounded up some of my favourite apple recipes from the blog and I hope you will love them as much as we do in our home.
We’re keeping things simple this week with a beautiful but uncomplicated French dessert. Clafoutis, (pronounced kla-foo-tea) is traditionally made with cherries, but it works with lots of types of fruit. And don’t let the fancy name put you off – clafoutis is actually very simple to make. I decided to go for an apple version this time around, with plenty of cinnamon thrown in for good measure!
It’s time for another cake recipe! Several weeks ago I was asked to bake an apple cake for Miss M’s class to enjoy as a treat as part of their winter festival on their last day of term. Something simple but beautiful, and of course delicious. I turned to my recipe books for some inspiration and decided to go with an Ottolenghi apple cake recipe – as usual, it did not disappoint!