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Mini Croquembouche


Light homemade profiteroles filled with Chantilly Cream, piled to perfection with caramel, then covered in enriched chocolate and finished with spun sugar.

Makes an indulgent dessert, enough for four people.

Afternoon Tea


Happy New Year!

Strangely enough, I don’t have terribly much to say to you all today. I think I managed to cover all of my thoughts about the passing of the old year and the coming of the new last week. 1,449 more words



It’s only a few days left until the big day…and I still have presents to wrap, cakes to finish..ah! I couldn’t let this year go without sharing one final recipe though – it’s probably one of my favourite festive ones too.  1,010 more words


Holiday Baking Championship, at home. Week 6.

I am beat! My parents and I got into France 2 days ago. And last night, jet lag got the best of me and I was wide awake at 3:00 am. 755 more words

Cookie Kelly


The croquembouche, like most French things is alluring and regal. The dessert is mostly seen at grand celebrations to make an impression, but the dessert is so simple and so fun to make, why wait for a birth or a matrimonial union to enjoy it?! 485 more words



Happy New Year everyone! Wow, we are already done with the much awaited holiday season and about a week into 2016! Seriously, where does the time fly! 1,193 more words

Simple And Delicious

Round Britain Baking

I’ve had a great idea to replace the soon to be sadly missed Great British Bake-Off. Since the BBC can’t have a show which is similar, ie no tent, no title etc, but they do have, apparently, Mary Berry, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, they are now looking I presume for a new formula for some sort of show. 349 more words