From: Kitchen Hero: HomeCooked
When my dad was growing up, my granddad took him and his brothers and sisters to Dublin Zoo on a cold winter's day. They had brought bags of bananas and monkey nuts to feed the monkeys and were throwing the food over the iced enclosure. One stray banana landed on the ice and suddenly the monkeys realised they could walk across the ice, leading them to charge my granddad and his kids, attacking them for the food. Hence the inspiration for this nutty baked Alaska...
It's the best cake I have ever had!
The caraway seeds in this recipe work very well with the Seville orange topping leaving a light, sharp, citrus finish.
A breakfast favourite at our bed and breakfast in Doolin. It a lovely balance of sweet and sour.
A delicious Middle Eastern sweet pastry.
For a delicious French-inspired treat, the Pain de Gêne (which translates to ‘almond cakes’) are deliciously rich and taste as good as they look!
Get a bit creative with this very special piggy pops, perfect for getting the kids baking and having fun!
For a decadent treat that's sure to impress, the layers of heavenly moist chocolate in this cake are sandwiched together using pink vanilla buttercream and delicately finished with pretty Wafer Butterflies
Cake Pops are always a great hit with children, so they are great for a birthday party!