Snowy road

I know you know about rocky road, but what if I told you there was an equally as delicious version that comes out around this time of year? Because I don’t know about you, but I love me a little white chocolate version of anything, and these are just sublime.

In the winter the rocky roads tend to get covered with a little snow you see. Sounds treacherous, but luckily our friends with their glitter vans are usually on the case. But they haven’t made it to my kitchen (guess it would be weird if they did not to mention a bit messy) so my roads are officially snow-covered. Continue reading

Peanut butter brownie cups

Monet had his waterlilies. Mozart his symphonies. And the Spice Girls had ‘Wannabe’. But these are probably my finest work. That’s a big claim to make, I know, especially if you’ve tried my six ingredient chocolate fudge flapjacks, my gooey walnut brownies or my chocolate covered hobnobs. I suppose the beauty of life is that tastes and opinions are subjective, otherwise how boring would that be, but I think you may just agree with me regarding these. Continue reading

Pumpkin spice donuts with a maple cinnamon caramel glaze

Halloween is fast approaching, and with it hoards of children will be getting ready to trick or treat. I don’t know about where you live in my area it goes a bit nuts. As much as I want to keep baby H off the sugar for as long as possible I know that sometimes it just isn’t feasible and I would rather have her have fun (and a good relationship with food) than miss out.  Continue reading

Chocolate pumpkin pie

Last year for Thanksgiving I made my very first pumpkin pie. Not that we’re American or anything, but you know, any excuse to eat dessert. So this year I felt it was time to step it up a notch and give my pumpkin pie a little Mrs H twist. And what could be more ‘me’ than chocolatifying it? One of the things I love most about pumpkin pie is how the pumpkin gives it this amazingly smooth and silky texture, without making it too rich. Continue reading

No bake chocolate banoffee pies

Nothing says celebration like a good old dessert. So when the lovely people at Fyffes bananas asked me to create a recipe to celebrate their 130 year anniversary on 20th September I knew just what to make. If you’ve not heard of them, Fyffes have been bringing responsibly sourced bananas into Britain for 130 years now and they supply many of our supermarkets with delicious Fairtrade bananas. They began as a family business, and passing down a love of bananas from generation to generation is totally what they are about. Continue reading