I have a self confessed sprinkle addiction that seems to have gotten out of control, so you can expect to see sprinkle covered everything from here on out. But that’s ok because sprinkles make everything better, right?
I think Focaccia is one of the simpler bread recipes to make and it always turns out delicious. Although the recipe looks a lot longer than usual below it isn’t difficult and a lot of it is hands off time.
Similar to a brownie, blondies have the same texture but substitute cocoa powder for vanilla and usually use a brown sugar. I like to use a golden caster sugar as I find it gives the best results.
They are simple to make and come out much lighter than your standard banana loaf. The browner the bananas the better but if you can’t wait, whizz them up in a blender and they will work just as well!
I am a big fan of both brownies and cookies. This recipe gives the perfect combination of the two, they are rich and chocolatey in the middle just like a brownie with a slightly chewy edge like a cookie.
These Biscotti’s are delicious, they are the perfect afternoon snack on a cold day. Take a break, make yourself a strong cup of coffee and dunk these wonderful biscuits in. Don’t tell the Italian’s I suggested that because it’s against their rules!
This festive Christmas Yule Log, also known as a Bûche de Noël is one of my favourite Christmas Cakes to make.
After trying many different methods and ingredients I think I have found the perfect gingerbread dough. This recipe is easy to put together, quick to bake and can be stored in the fridge until needed.
These are my usual brownies with a Terry’s Chocolate Orange twist! They are packed with chocolate and so delicious.
Since starting RhiaBakes I have posted recipes for brownies, cookies, crumbles, cupcakes and much more, but I have never posted a recipe for my Cookie Bars! Scrolling back through my page reminded me how popular the Kinder Cookie Bars were and that it was time for a new twist!