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Cookies n' Creme Macarons

I have finally gotten round to writing another blog post.

It is now my third week of school, and presentations and quizzes are already pouring in. 358 more words


Nut and cocoa nib cookies

I’m the kind of guy who always has to have some homemade biscuits or cookies waiting in a tin at home. Just in case of visitors, or in case of the munchies. 572 more words


Lemon and blueberry swirl cheesecake

I thought the recipes on Bake Off this week were a bit odd, the Spanish Windtorte looked pretty complicated (and like it needed a LOT of eggs!), and the 3 tier baked cheesecake was a bit over the top – who would actually ever bake and eat a 3 tier cheesecake?! 538 more words


Pistachio, Hazelnut & Chocolate Biscotti!

A Nutty & Chocolatey version of the Italian Classic Biscuit – Biscotti. Perfect delicious bake, perfect to dunk in your favourite hot drink!

If you have been living under a rock (or in a different country) you may not have realise that The Great British Bake Off is back on TV for its latest series – pushing the contestants to bake things they have never heard of, or things they love. 470 more words


Cadbury Fingers: Salted caramel crunch

When I was down at the market this lunchtime I picked up a packet of these badboys. I hadn’t seen these before (or updated the blog in ages!) so I thought I’d give them a whirl. 320 more words


Sunshine Happytime (Golden Gaytime) Ice Cream

Most Australians have grown up with Golden Gaytimes (and apparently in New Zealand they’re called Cookie Crumbles?), an ice cream on a stick that consists of toffee and vanilla ice-cream coated in milk chocolate then rolled in honeycomb biscuits.”It’s hard to have a Gaytime on your own” has been their tag line ever since the 80’s, which I feel shows that someone in the company had a great sense of humour. 931 more words


Jan Smuts koekies

I could not think of an English name for these! :) They are named after General Jan Smuts that was the Prime Minister of the Union of South Africa from 1919 to 1924. 307 more words