Category: Baking (37)
Poached quinces nestled into a rustic polenta cake base.
Quick and easy to mix, these are the perfect baked treat for Eastertime!
A pretty, puffy pastry filled with colourful fruits and a tangy creme fraiche makes a beautiful Christmas dessert.
These muffins have a lot going for them…they are easy to make, flour and gluten free and a great way to use up those over-ripe bananas!
So easy to mix and bake, this cakey slice is glorious topped with fresh raspberries and is also gluten-free and wheat-free.
Inspired by my trip to Buenos Aires, this cake evolved from the addictive Argentinian biscuits, Alfajores that are sandwiched together with …
This is an easy mix, gluten-free, wheat-free cake base, topped with juicy fresh plums, but you can substitute any other stone fruit.
This nutty, buttery, honeyed slice is a family favourite and will be gone before you know it…
Yes, anyone can bake…but it certainly is super easy when you have a couple of quick cake recipes you can rely on. Cakes made with the ‘mel …
My friend Solé first made this with me when she first came to Australia from Rome. It is a classic jam tart with the a delicious biscuity pa …
This clafoutis is based on a traditional French recipe from my friend’s Grand-Mère Lucie. It is usually made with whole cherries, no need to …
The recipe for these little biscuity half-mooon turnovers comes from my Italian friend Solé who was visiting from Rome. You won’t be able to …
When quinces appear in Autumn, my heart cries out for slowly cooking them to ruby redness so they can be made into this crisp crostata.
This simple to make banana bread is extra delicious with a spread of spiced maple butter.
Dark, chocolatey little cupcakes with tart sour cherries and they are eggfree too!
This deep, dark mocha-flavoured cake is a hit for both chocaholics and coffeeheads alike!
Cozy up on a Winter’s night with these delectable little lemon puddings that have a surprise burst of blueberries.
This recipe is over 40 years old and comes from La Cucina Casalinga, the Toorak cafe my Dad had at that time. The cafe chef would freshly ba …
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