Malteser Mountain Cake

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To round off recipe month, I have two more delicious recipes to share with you! The first is this creation, which I have fondly come to think of as the Malteser Mountain Cake.

Now, in my mind, there are two types of cake: the ones that you spend a long time making and baking, and the ones that you spend a long time decorating. I don’t believe in the third category, the ones that you spend a long time making, baking, and decorating. They shouldn’t exist. Continue reading

Esquites Increíbles

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Considering that November seems to have become recipe month, today I bring you another recipe!

Despite living in Texas for four years, I really didn’t pick up a single shred of talent for Mexican cuisine (or even Tex-Mex). So when I discovered this AMAZING recipe for Mexican street corn – esquites – last week, I was pretty darn excited. It is delicious, and it tastes so authentic, I forgot I wasn’t Mexican myself for a moment. We had a bit of a Mexican fiesta for dinner, so we put a bit in our fajitas, and ate some on the side – it was gone in record time. Continue reading

Very Cherry Slice – Birthday Recipe Week

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Hello everyone, happy Monday! I realise that it is Monday, and not last Friday, when I should have done this post, so my apologies! Life kind of intervened in my week of blogging last week!

Today I bring you a new creation, Very Cherry Slice. It’s a super easy, no-bake slice that will impress all your friends and relatives! Promise! Plus, with its classic Arnott’s Marie Biscuits and Cadbury Cherry Ripes, it’s a bit of an Aussie classic! I was inspired by the recipe for Terri’s Cherry Ripe Slice over at Taste.com. Continue reading

Cake Balls – September Short Projects

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Happy Tuesday everyone! Today’s September Short Project is a yummy delight – Cake Balls! If you’re an Aussie like me, you may never have encountered these delicious treats, but Americans are probably familiar with them. I had cake balls for the first time when we went to stay with our lovely friends Bob and Linda in Texas – Linda had ordered a whole range of flavours and we LOVED them. I had a real craving last week, so I thought I would try them out myself. Continue reading