Kladdkaka Recipe | Eat Like a Local | Sweden

Everybody loves chocolate cake. The mere thought of sinking my teeth into a calorie-laden chocolate cake is enough to make me salivate. When fellow food blogger, Tracy Morgan sent me her Swedish kladdkaka recipe for…

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Sugar-free banana cake made using Indigo Herbs Organic Raw Agave Syrup

I’ve been trying to cut down on sugar lately but I know that artificial sweeteners can do more harm than good, so I was delighted when Indigo Herbs asked if I’d like to try out…

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Celebrate Easter with this Cadbury’s Creme Egg Traybake (Recipe)

Happy Easter to all my followers! How will you be celebrating this Easter Sunday? There’s been an abundance of Cadbury’s Creme Egg recipes flying around in the run-up to Easter – just take a look…

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Recipe: Pink Velvet Madeleines Rose Cake

Recently, French brand Bonne Maman (well-known for their preserves and jellies) contacted me to ask if I’d be interested in trying out one of the new recipes they’ve been working on with celebrity master baker, Eric Lanlard. When I…

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Celebrate National Chocolate Week with this Ferrero Rocher cheesecake (Recipe)

What better way to celebrate Chocolate Week (12-18 October) than with a Ferrero Rocher cheesecake? I’ve wanted to make a Ferrero Cheesecake for a while now, since drooling all over my laptop when I saw…

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Recipe: Chocolate and salted caramel cupcakes

Last week, M&S invited me to cook a recipe for my blog using produce that will be showcased on their stand at the Royal Welsh Show next week. This year’s event takes place from 20th…

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Recipe – Heart-shaped Welsh cakes

They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. For Valentines Day this year, I treated my boyfriend to something different by baking him some heart-shaped Welsh cakes. I prepared the dough following a traditional…

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Recipe: Traditional Welsh Bara Brith

Bara Brith (or ‘speckled bread’) is a Welsh tea-time treat, with recipes differing between regions. Allegedly, the fruit-loaf became popular when Welsh families lit their stove once a week for baking, adding currants to the left-over bread dough as the stove cooled.…

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Wonderful Welsh Cakes

This weekend, I took over the kitchen to knock up some Welsh Cakes from scratch — a first for me. Although I’ve been dying to do it for ages, I’ve only just got round to digging out the griddle. For…

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