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RAW HOT CROSS BITES

EAT TO BE HEALTHY / SWEET / EASTER
6 HRS

For a healthy twist, try our raw hot cross bites with spices, fruit, walnuts, honey and coconut oil – an excellent source of slow-release energy to keep you fuelled throughout the most challenging Easter egg hunts…

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SWEET

Almond Butter Truffles
30 MINS

Salted Almond Butter Truffles

SWEET

Quite the most delicious treat to make at home, these slightly salted truffles are a delight with coffee after dinner or packaged into a little box for a loved one. Decorate with toppings of your choice using anything from toasted almonds, to bee pollen or cacao nibs.

Christmas Gingerbread Decorations

Gingerbread Decorations

SWEET / CHRISTMAS / WINTER

This recipe makes biscuits that are perfect for hanging decorations or gingerbread houses. Just remember to make a little hole in each biscuit before you bake them so you can thread them with ribbon or string. We use a lovely combination of ginger and cinnamon in this recipe, but tweak this to include your favourite […]

sgroppino Diana Henry

Sgroppino

GUEST RECIPE / SWEET / CHRISTMAS / WINTER

Author Diana Henry shares with us a recipe that ticks what has to be three of the most important boxes when it comes to entertaining – quick, beautiful and utterly delicious. Taken from her latest cookbook Simple, it is certainly one to add to the list for dinner parties and the festive period. ‘I know, I […]

baked-alaska

Christmas Pudding Baked Alaska

CHRISTMAS / SWEET / WINTER

This recipe is without doubt our favourite addition to our café menus this Christmas so sharing the recipe with you all was a must. Though the process may initially look a little lengthy, each element is relatively simple and each can be done in stages – and the best bit of all is that the […]

Quince Tart
2 HRS

Quince and Cobnut Tart with Honey and Thyme

SWEET / AUTUMN / WINTER

The combination of fragrant quince and earthy cobnuts in this tart really celebrates the flavours of the colder months. Served with a spoonful of whipped mascarpone or clotted cream to cut through the sweet caramel, it’s very moreish indeed! If you struggle to find quince, do replace them with pears – simply bake for a […]

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