Category Archives: sweet delights

Chocolate Coconut Slice // So Easy the Kids Can Make it!

I was on the lookout for a delicious slice using oats after my recent flapjack revelation courtesy of Lunchlady, butREAD FULL POST >>

The Perfect Last-Day-of-Summer Cake // Lemon Sour Cream Sponge with Yogurt Glaze + Fresh Blueberries

Have you ever been so focussed on something that it’s all you can think about? The mind is a wondrous thing,READ FULL POST >>

Roasted Fig & Mascarpone Tarts

I have a foodie confession. Until recently I hadn’t eaten fresh figs. I know, I know.  But more surprisingly, IREAD FULL POST >>

Lunchlady’s Homemade Flapjacks

I have a new blog crush. It’s not surprising I stumbled across Lunchlady with my recent (and long time coming)READ FULL POST >>

Caramel Pear Pudding Courtesy of Emma’s Mum

I am crazy about old family recipes, so when our dear online friend Emma mentioned her mum’s famous Caramel PearREAD FULL POST >>

Piparkakut: Finnish Christmas Gingerbread Biscuits

Christmas brings with it so many fond memories of my childhood. The way my Mum would start preparing Christmas dinnerREAD FULL POST >>

Chocolate Cherry Pavlova with Mascarpone

Every so often I bake something that gets me thinking ‘wow.’ This pavlova was one such thing. I got the ideaREAD FULL POST >>

Old School Chocolate Cake

Apparently there are a couple of kids around who don’t like chocolate. This does not compute, how on earth doesREAD FULL POST >>

Belgian Chocolate Brownie Mix by Littlesweet Baking

There’s this girl named Megan. She bakes delicious cupcakes and slices and other sweet treats and delivers them toREAD FULL POST >>

Summer Peach Galette

Summer, people either love it or hate it. And especially Perth’s summer. There’s no in between or mildREAD FULL POST >>

Caramelised Pear and Cardamom Cake

I love spring. I love the change of season that acts as a gentle reminder that winter and its dreaded bone-aching coldREAD FULL POST >>

Chocolate Pots with Mascarpone and Toffee Pieces

Whoever said ‘nothing tastes as good as thin feels’ has clearly not ever eaten chocolate in the midst of aREAD FULL POST >>

Mint Chocolate Chip No Churn Ice Cream; one for the diehard fresh mint lovers

And so the obsession continues. I actually have a small list of flavours that I intend to try out in my new favouriteREAD FULL POST >>

Cinnamon & Sugar Donut Muffins with Raspberry Jam

Hands up who loves donuts? They are my ultimate indulgence of indulgences. If I am going to go for sugary and friedREAD FULL POST >>

Rich Chocolate Fudge Layer Cake with Raspberry Swiss Buttercream

There are some foods that just shouldn’t be done in halves. Ice cream should not be low fat, seafood should be inREAD FULL POST >>

Chocolate and Caramelised Banana No Churn Ice Cream

It  had to be done. After the delight that was the Raspberry Cheesecake Ice Cream more flavours were bound to happen.READ FULL POST >>

Lemon Layer Cake with Lemon Curd and Meringue Frosting

This post is sponsored by The Good Guys as part of Voices of 2013.     If you are following Kidspot’s Voices of 2013READ FULL POST >>

Raspberry Cheesecake No-Churn Ice Cream

I’m a bit slow when it comes to catching onto food trends. It’s not that I am unaware of current trends floatingREAD FULL POST >>

Chocolate Layer Cake with Chocolate & Peanut Buttercream

I used to have an aversion to baking anything too fancy. Simple cakes, simple slices and things I’d seen my MumREAD FULL POST >>

Tiikerikakku // Finnish Tiger Cake, in a bundt tin just like my mum had!

Most of my childhood memories are based around my Mum’s cooking. As a kid, I was amazed at three things about myREAD FULL POST >>

Tiramisu ~ coffee, mascarpone and biscuit heaven!

Every so often I have this sudden idea to whip up something I have never made before. This week, it was tiramisu. AndREAD FULL POST >>