Easter, for whatever reason, seems to be the perfect time to bake – probably because for many it heralds the end of six weeks ~deprivation~ without chocolate, sugar and all sorts of other things which people give up on the eve of beginning of lent! I love the four days of Easter – everything seems a bit more relaxed, spring is in the air, the house is filled with daffodils and now, in later years, my nieces and nephews have come over for an egg hunt. And, there’s two people in particular I love visiting – my ‘duckies’ (grandparents), who are always appreciative for a few baked goods when I visit! I find baking so mindful, it really is one of the most therapeutic things for my mental health. Let’s get down to it shall we? Nana Loaf   Click here for the recipe on this one. Leave to cool considerably before…

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Saturday baking has become an integral part of the week. Sometimes I’ll whip up something ambitious, but when the girls and I are about to sit down and watch a movie, I’ll throw a batch of this now-favourite Banana loaf together, or as we’ve come to call it ‘Nana Loaf…

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For all of you doing a healthy January, I can only apologise for what I’m about to do…

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It’s no secret that I’m a massive Harry Potter geek. I love to bake and I love to think of cute ways to ice cakes.

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I love cake! But you already knew that… I wanted to share my extra special festive recipe with you…

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Christmas is my favourite time for many reasons, but number 1 is definitely FOOD.

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