These lemon curd cakes were created because I’d been in TK Maxx a while ago and I picked up a mini sponge cake baking tray for the bargain price of £1 which bakes mini round sponge cakes (about the size of a macaron half). I was dying to try making mini victoria sponges, but I didn’t want to fill them with the usual standard whipped cream and strawberry jam. However, one of the staple jams I was brought up with is lemon curd and as a result there’s always a jar of it in my fridge.
During the summer it’s nice to have light dessert options at hand and this summer fruit trifle is a great choice to make in the morning to accompany a barbecue in the evening. Continue reading
On occasion, if I’ve had a really rich meal for dinner the night before, I wake up with very little appetite and I only want something very light for breakfast that morning. This is often especially the case in the summertime when I don’t feel like eating a heavy breakfast first thing in the morning. Fruit salad fits that remit perfectly because although it is light it’s also extremely satisfying for the taste buds. Fruit can be tricky when it comes to the FODMAP diet because many fruits are naturally very high in fructose. However, there are a number of fruits which are low FODMAP and many of them are actually FODMAP-free!