Vintage Style Rose and Quilt-Iced Cupcakes

For the perfect accompaniment to a special Mother’s Day afternoon tea, look no further than the Vintage Style Rose and Quilt-Iced Cupcakes - they almost look too good to eat!

Simnel cake with Richie Wilson

From: Four Live

Simnel cake is a traditional rich fruit cake served after Lent. The cake is decorated with 11 marzipan balls representing the 12 apostles minus Judas, who betrayed Christ.

Hot Cross Buns

From: The Afternoon Show

A seasonal sensation hot from the oven.

Hot Cross Buns

From: The Afternoon Show

A tasty treat for Easter!

Warm Doolin Bay Shellfish Salad with Samphire

From: The Afternoon Show

A great salad made with all-Irish ingredients.

Irish Angus Burgers with Red Onion Marmalade

Garth McColgan's Irish Angus Burgers with Red Onion Marmalade for all the family to enjoy.

Chocolate Truffle Caramel Cake

From: Neven Maguire: Home Chef

Cadburys have been making chocolate in Ireland since 1932 and many of their products are made exclusively in Ireland for the Irish consumer. It is the only large scale chocolate maker to use fresh milk, hence the name of its most popular bar, Dairy Milk. All of the milk comes from Kerry and Cork where it goes to make chocolate 'crumb', the base ingredient for the bars.

White Chocolate Shamrock Brownie Lollipops

A fun baking idea for St. Patrick's Day

Irish Stew with Lamb Shank

Irish Stew with Lamb Shank

Churros French Toast Fingers

Churros, also known as the Mexican doughnut, are deep fried cylindrical shaped pastries. These are often served with cinnamon sugar and a chocolate dunking sauce. I don't like deep fried foods, so I have adapted good old fashioned French toast and given it a churros ish twist. I've added a bit of orange to complement the cinnamon and chocolate. An ooey gooey messy dessert, great fun for kids to make-chocolate everywhere!




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