Mini red velvet cake rolls with cream cheese frosting.
A recipe for a vibrant, naturally green, sweet pea microwave sponge cake. You can make this cake without a whipping siphon without any issues. The batter would be too thick to use a whipping siphon anyway but since it's just a regular microwave sponge, you aren't getting that same fluffy aeration.
Symbolic of the transient nature of life, the emergence of cherry blossoms welcomes a season of renewal and change. This cherry blossom dessert is inspired by the beauty of the sakura season in both Japan and here in Edinburgh where I live. In springtime the streets and parks near my apartment are lined with […]
When I'm feeling down, I need to look outside of myself for inspiration. Art is a great place to look for ideas for new dishes. This painted canvas cakes is inspired by the art exhibits at the Modern Gallery of Art in Edinburgh.
Here's a more advanced recipe for a spooky apple Halloween dessert. It's made with cranberry, apples and white chocolate and then mirror glazed to give it a beautiful glossy shine. Perfect for Halloween, once you cut into the mirror glazed apples the bright red cranberry filling oozes out onto the plate. Spooky and delicious.
Light and airy microwave sponge naturally coloured with beetroot.