I love any time of year when I get to do some creative baking, and Halloween is definitely one of those times! Last year, I made a spiderweb cake for us to eat. This year, because I also had some customer orders, I got to try a few different things!
I was inspired to try making a cake that looked and tasted like a giant peanut butter cup. Here are the results!
I wanted pumpkin muffins that were not dense and had a good spice flavour. After a few tries, I finally created my perfect pumpkin muffin recipe!
I tinkered with a family recipe for soft rolls and the results were the softest bread rolls I’ve ever had!
For week two of my Great British Bake-Off bake-along, I made almond and hazelnut Florentine Cookies with semi-sweet and caramelized white chocolate on top.
The weather has started to cool off and the leaves are starting to change colour where I live. Time to crack open a can of pumpkin puree and bake some pumpkin scones!
My first attempt at baklava went really well. The only problem? Waiting until the next day to try them!
I took a classic French Apple Tart and amped up the flavours with a brown butter crust, a layer of salted caramel and some salted caramel pastry cream!
To celebrate my in-laws’ 51st wedding anniversary, I made a heart-shaped layer white cake with raspberry filling and raspberry cream cheese frosting.
These rich and flaky scones combine raspberry and lime flavours for a special breakfast or tea time treat.