Just in time for Pancake Day, I have you covered. This blood orange caramel sauce is the most delightful and decadent thing outside of salted caramel. It’s not only the perfect accompaniment to your pancakes, but it’s just what your ice cream needs too.
Traditional British pancakes are different to American style ones. They’re similar to French crêpes in that they’re large and thin with crispy edges. Add your topping of choice and then fold or roll them up. Wholemeal pancakes taste just as good if not better than those made with plain flour.
A lip smacking chocolate log isn’t just for Christmas. It’s also a great cake to mark both St Valentine’s Day and ten years of blogging. This celebratory chocolate log is a brilliant way to share the love. It looks a bit special and is made from rich dark chocolate, seasonal blood oranges and red strawberry jam. In honour of the occasion, I also have ten favourite chocolate recipes from some awesome food blogging buddies.
Smoothies are a great way to start the day. If you have a power blender, they’re a breeze to make. This recipe for a carrot smoothie with ginger & orange is a vibrant nutritious morning drink, full of colour and flavour. You can also find out about the latest juicing machine on the market.
A beautifully fudgy blood orange chocolate cake with an intense chocolate orange flavour. The orange chocolate glaze isn’t necessary, but adds a festive air and tastes delicious.
Zesty blood orange squash flavoured with vanilla for a touch of sophistication. Just look at that colour. Add still or fizzy water, ice if desired and maybe a slug of your favourite alcohol.