Plum Cake with Vanilla and Ginger

Plum Cake with Vanilla and Ginger

This buttery plum cake has a very delicate crumb, spiced with tangy ginger and sweet vanilla. The subtle flavor of the plums works beautifully with the fiery taste of the ginger. But if you’re not keen on plums or don’t have any handy, you can substitute peaches or apricots to make a slightly sweeter cake. This plum cake recipe makes 2 individual servings, but you can easily double, triple or even quadruple the ingredients to make enough cakes to feed a crowd.

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Easy Banana Nut Muffins

Easy Banana Nut Muffins

These nutty muffins have all the delicious flavor and texture of a traditional banana bread loaf but are a lot faster to prepare. And unlike classic banana bread which needs to be sliced before serving, these muffins are baked in individual portions for a very convenient grab and go breakfast. We use vegetable oil for our easy banana nut muffins because it makes them super fluffy and light. If you prefer to use melted butter instead of oil, you can, but you’ll get a denser muffin with a tighter crumb.

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The Best Silky Smooth Lemon Bars

The Best Silky Smooth Lemon Bars

These dreamy lemon bars are the perfect refreshing dessert to nibble on a hot summer’s day. They’ve got the most amazing creamy texture and a really pronounced lemon flavor you won’t be able to get enough of – they really are the best silky smooth lemon bars ever! Plus they’ve got just the right amount of sweetness and a wonderful lightness about them, which means you can easily go back for seconds without feeling stuffed.

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Bourbon Bananas Foster Crepes

Bourbon Bananas Foster Crepes

Try these delicious Bourbon Bananas Foster Crepes, they’re to die for!. Yummy caramelized bananas spiked with bourbon and stuffed into buttery crepes, this amazing dessert will have you screaming with joy. It might look like a lot of effort, but it’s pretty easy to make and it all comes together in one pan.

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Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

Perfectly spiced and incredibly moist, this carrot cake with cream cheese frosting will be your new favorite recipe. Everyone has their opinion when it comes to carrot cake, but we don’t like any crushed pineapple or raisins in ours. Just a few chopped walnuts will do the trick, keep it simple and delicious, don’t overcrowd the flavours. The cream cheese frosting just tops this off beautifully.

We used the Indy Chef Cheese Grater to grate the carrots in this recipe.

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Tzatziki with Lemon and Dill

Tzatziki with Lemon and Dill

This refreshing tzatziki with lemon and dill dip will sit perfectly on your summer table. It’s spiced with lemon, dill, garlic, and extra-virgin olive oil and it comes together in seconds. You can make a big batch and store in an air-tight container in the fridge – it will taste even better as it sits and chills.

We used the Indy Chef Cheese Grater in the making of this recipe.

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Cheesy Broccoli Quesadillas

Cheesy Broccoli Quesadillas

These quick cheesy broccoli quesadillas come together in less than 10 minutes and are perfect for both adults and kids. You can enjoy them as a quick afternoon snack, or even as a light dinner on a warm summer night. Use peppers, peas, or zucchini if you don’t like broccoli. Delicious!

We used the Indy Chef Cheese Grater in the making of this recipe

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Blueberry Yoghurt Popsicles

Blueberry Yoghurt Popsicles

These blueberry yoghurt popsicles are a very nutritious treat that’s packed with antioxidants and protein. You can swap up the berries depending on what’s in season, or what you love really, you could also try this recipe with peaches or mango.  They’re so delicious your kids will love them. They’ll never know that they’re made from yoghurt.

We used the Indy Chef Potato Ricer in the making of this recipe.

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Pork Tikka Masala

Pork Tikka Masala

This pork tikka masala is a fuss-free, quick dinner filled with tons of beautiful Indian spices. We’re using pork tenderloins instead of the traditional chicken because pork loin cooks really quickly and stays nice and juicy. We’re also adding thick yoghurt which provides a lovely tang to the pork, but you could use coconut milk

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