Baking with Lucy

Norwegian waffles with cherry blossom jam

I’ve been making these since 2010 when I first visited Norway and experienced these delicious things at my university friends in Oslo. Mine are slightly adapted and made lactose free. You will need to buy a waffle maker for this recipe. I’d suggest the same as mine which is relatively inexpensive (under £20, you can… Continue reading Norwegian waffles with cherry blossom jam

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Wisteria Jam Fairy Cakes

Wisteria is a well known beautiful flower that often grows across the side of houses and walls. It can also be grown as a tree and if you didn’t know already, be used (in part) to make a very floral jam! Whilst the majority of the plant is toxic and it should be handled with… Continue reading Wisteria Jam Fairy Cakes

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Cherry Blossom Jam

I’ve wanted to make cherry blossom jam for the last few years and every time I’ve got around to making it, I’ve either had bad luck with the blossom or it’s been to late in the year. Today when we got back from a trip into Oxford I noticed all the blossom was blowing off… Continue reading Cherry Blossom Jam

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Homemade Snow Cake Recipe

Hi friends, how are we all? Today was an extremely exciting day as we had a huge amount of snow fall in the south of England. The cottage was glistening and white whilst the trees shone like little jewels as the sun sparkled through the snowy clouds. The cottage To celebrate, we not only built… Continue reading Homemade Snow Cake Recipe

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The best and softest burger buns

After a long and frosty walk Jon and I decided we wanted some delicious home made veggie burgers when we got home, but didn’t have any burger buns. Instead of constantly going to the shops for new things or food I decided to rustle something up in the kitchen which was soft, delicious and lactose… Continue reading The best and softest burger buns

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Things to do in November

November is well and truly bringing frosty mornings and wintery feels. It's time to get the log baskets out, the fires on and copious amounts of hot chocolate made! As we all know November is famous in the United Kingdom for its celebrations on the 5th which usually include fireworks, a bonfire and sparklers. Whilst… Continue reading Things to do in November