I adore hazelnuts just as much as I adore chocolate and cookies, so it was inevitable that I would one day create, what I believe to be, the perfect low FODMAP cookie. I think these chocolate and hazelnut cookies are incredible. They’re formed of a light and buttery biscuit which crumbles delicately in your mouth while encasing the sweet chocolate chips and crunchy toasted hazelnuts. Continue reading
When you’re in the mood for a serious piece of chocolate biscuit nothing fits the bill better than a slice of chocolate traybake. This chocolate peppermint slice recipe came about because my Mum had given me a pack of three Fry’s Peppermint Creams that she wasn’t going to use and I figured I’d be able to make something tasty with them.
I’ve heard of snickerdoodles in the past, in an abstract ‘smores’ kind of way, but I’ve never actually went out of my way to find out what exactly they are. However, I saw someone mention how delicious they are on Facebook the other day and after Googling them I realised that as a lover of all things cinnamon I needed these snickerdoodle biscuits in my life, STAT!
At New Year my eldest stepson decided he wanted to make a giant jaffa cake for dessert on New Year’s Day and I was so impressed with it that I decided to have a bash at making one myself. It feels a bit naughty to put this up on the website because it’s so utterly easy to make, especially when you just buy a ready-made gluten-free sponge to use, but I can completely justify it because it’s delicious and that’s all that matters.