Snickerdoodle Version by Living is a great adventure. Is it just me or has anyone else never heard of a Snickerdoodle
Fat Chocolate Swiss Roll by Caroline Makes. Another great one for those whose resolutions are firm, and perfect of you are on Slimming World.
Toffee Pudding by Exploits of a Food Nut. I haven’t had a big bowl of sticky toffee pudding in faaaaaar too long, and after reading Gary’s recipe I think I shall have to rectify that pretty soon. Thanks Gary!
March TeaTimeTreatsRoundUp. Sometimes a traditional, old-fashioned, no-fuss, no-frills cake is just what we need, Elizabeth says, and she decided to make her fail-safe and versatile French yogurt cake recipe that she frequently makes, especially when there’s plain yogurt needing used up, for TeaTimeTreats
And finally, We will share roundups on our TeaTimeTreats pinterest board every month. TeaTimeTreats is a monthly linky party hosted alternately by myself & Karen and is a fantastic way for bloggers to share their best recipes and get more traffic, comments and all-round bloggy love
Once upon a time in a land far far away, our story of love begins with Jac from Tinned Tomatoes, who discovered it was World Nutella Day and made these nut-tastic Mini Maple Nutella Cupcakes which she sent with love over to the TeaTimeTreats table
Ground almonds or pecans can be substituted for the hazelnuts. Meanwhile, this cake is heading straight over to the wonder-supersized blogging challenge hosted by Karen from Lavender and Lovage and Dom from Belleau Kitchen
While I loved making them last Easter, and even though the shops have had all manner of Easter treats on display since Boxing Day, it is still only January and I'm still finding the odd squashed Christmas Quality Street down the back of the sofa
So, onwards and upwards to this months theme…. Huge thanks to Karen for doing such a grand job of April’s Jammy flavoured TeaTimeTreats, if you haven’t already, do pop over and check out some of the yummiest jams, curds and preserves on the web