Well this has certainly been a long time coming. I feel I should apologise to all the people referred to my blog by search engines looking for a whoopie pie recipe only to leave disappointed. I didn’t think the site was THAT well optimised which just goes to show the power of keywords in your […]Read more "My Perfected Whoopie Pie Recipe (at last)"
And still it inst the recipe I keep promising to post on here. I’ll be straight with you all, in the process of trying to play about with the whoopie pie recipes I kinda over did it a bit. In an effort to try and nail a perfect recipe I was making them so often […]Read more "Yet another Whoopie Pie post"
As you may have gathered from the amount of baking I do my office get treated to baked goodies rather a lot. It leads to problems at this time of year as many of us have realised that Christmas (and the inevitable office party) is not actually that far away. With party dresses in mind […]Read more "Social media and healthy snacks? Sounds like a winner to me"
*UPDATE* Whoopie Pie Recipe can now be found here It’s been almost a month of baking every weekend and I still haven’t nailed down a recipe I’m happy with. The photo above was from my very first batch which I was reasonably pleased with, problem is I totally adjusted the recipe I was working from […]Read more "The perfect whoopie pie recipe is eluding me"
Unfortunately, despite my best efforts, Status Quo were not rocking the EdTwestival last Thursday, though it really would have been an appropriate song for the event. 25th March 2010 was christened International Twestival Day in cities all over the world as philanthropic tweeters united to tweet, drink and eat cake all in the name of […]Read more "Twestival was rocking all over the world!"
Happy Mothers day Mum x Recipe adapted from Feast by Nigella Lawson You will need 250ml Guinness (Sweetheart Stout also works very well) 250g butter 75g cocoa 400g caster sugar 130ml of Buttermilk (or sour cream if you cant find it) 2 eggs 1 tbl vanilla extract 275g plain flour 2 1/2 tsp bicarb of […]Read more "Anyone for cake?"