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Red Velvet Cookies

Red Velvet Cookies B

I sure do love red velvet. So when I recently tried red velvet cookies, I couldn’t resist making my own! For those who don’t know, red velvet cake has a light cocoa and vanilla taste made famous by the deep red colour. But be ye not deceived for true red velvet should not be electric red but warm, rich, deep red. Enjoy!

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Ginger Fudge Cookies

Ginger Fudge Cookies A

I came up with this flavour combination by accident, but boy am I glad I did! You get both the creaminess of the fudge (I use all-butter) and heat of the ginger in this sweet, chewy cookie.
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Blueberry & Lemon Cookies

Blueberry & Lemon Cookies A

Blueberry and lemon is a flavour combination I always enjoy using, it’s like they were made for each other. The fresh flavour of blueberries collaborating with the fragrance of lemon just makes me smile – and did I mention the colour? Excuse me while I have another…
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Date & Chocolate Thins

Date & Chocolate Thins A

Dates have such a beautiful sweet, sticky flavour, something that is unique to them; they also add taste and texture to a bake in one hit. These cookies may seem ungenerously thin but they are in fact incredibly moreish!
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Chocolate & Raspberry Cheesecake

Chocolate & Raspberry Cheesecake

Here lies the recipe for a luscious cheesecake – good for any day / time / season / celebration / sorrow / occasion-without-reason. You name it, this cheesecake is good for it. The creamy filling contains no gelatine to set it (the chocolate does that) so vegetarians can happily dig in too. And what makes this even more exciting are the raspberries hidden inside! ;D Click here for the recipe

Chocolate & Pistachio Cookies

I think everyone likes a good cookie right? Lovely dense chewy thing, packed with flavour mmmmm. Well here’s my take on chocolate chip cookies – something I was requested to post a recipe for a while back, but I though I’d do some a bit more special than simple chocolate chip. Not to say you can’t just omit the pistachios, swap the cocoa for 20g more self-raising flour and use milk chocolate instead of white – that probably sounds a bit more complicated than it should but you get my gist. Combining the right flavours in a fun way is what I like to do, bake these and tell me what you think. Please =] Click here for the recipe