This week I will mostly be eating... Onken Wholegrain Biopots - delicious fruity yogurts with actual wholegrain.
|Sweet treats - ultimate baking recipes|
This week is National Baking Week which is why we have teamed up with Nielsen Massey Vanilla's to bring you the most delicious baking recipes to share with friends and family...
|Summer desserts: Rachel's recipes for summer|
These light fresh desserts will finish off summer dinners perfectly...
|Phil Vickery’s Chocolate Brownies |
This month Phil shows us how to make deliciously indulgent chocolate brownies. Another great recipe for impressing your friends or to be given as a homemade gift...
|Mint chocolate magic|
After Eights - they used to be a simple after-dinner favourite but we've found ways to make them so much more!
|Phil Vickery’s Christmas gingerbread recipe|
This month Phil shows us how to make Christmas gingerbread. Another great recipe for seasonal party snacks or to be given as a homemade gift. Tip: Pierce...
|8 ways to use yoghurt |
Find new ways to use yoghurt to whip up sweet and savoury recipes.
|Phil Vickery Pudcast: Chocolate Fudge Cake|
This month, Phil shows us how to whip up a classic chocolate fudge cake.
See our selection of chocolate recipes: naughty but nice treats, easy recipes for the kids and lush recipes for entertaining.
|Phil Vickery Pudcast: Pancakes|
Phil helps us get our flipping skills up to scratch ready for Pancake Day
Jam on your morning toast or afternoon scone is a comfort and a treat, and when you can say your blueberry jam is home made it's an added source of pride! Making your very own jam and jelly is really easy; here are our tips, golden rules and recipes to get you started...
|Phil Vickery Pudcast: 5-minute Desserts|
Phil brings us three mini puds that can be whipped up in just 5 minutes: Chocolate Cherry Layer, Caramel Fondue and Quick Mango Fool.
Home made caramel is a perilous exercise that often leads to disaster, but once you get the hang of it it's easy. Here’s how to make a real home made liquid caramel and all its variations.
|Types of sugar|
Although sugar is more and more criticised these days, it is still just as appreciated. Sugar is an important ingredient in cooking. To find out all about the different types, how it is processed and used in cooking, follow our guide...
|How to make candied fruit|
Bright colours, funny shapes, soft texture and flavours from yesteryear...candied fruit remains a favourite, especially on special occasions. But we rarely dare make it ourselves for fear it's too complicated...
Sorbets are often colourful, always deliciously fruity, always refreshing and a lot less calorific than ice cream. A simple mix of water, fruit and sugar, sorbets are ideal if you're watching your weight and they're easy to whip up wuth or without an ice cream maker...
Summer, the sun, bikinis and ice cream! What’s more refreshing than a cold ice cream when the temperature rises? And today, with ice cream makers more easily available, making your own has become child’s play...
What better than an ice-cold milkshake in summer? Flavours and combinations are endless, though vanilla, fruit and chocolate remain favourites. Milkshakes are very simple to make and so good! Here’s a...
|Mouthwatering strawberry desserts|
The possibilities for yummy strawberry puddings are endless, but here are our personal favourites for you to road test!
Custard is more than a side serving: it can soften acidic desserts or bring out the flavour of a dessert with its subtle vanilla flavour. It's usually served hot with puddings, but can also be served cold and set (as in custard creams), or in various thicknesses depending on your recipe...