You will be everyone’s favourite when you make these fudgy, like a brownie, chocolatey cookies. They can be eaten straight from the oven for a pure heavenly experience or you can pop them, still on their tray, into the fridge to stop them from cooking further – this way, they keep their fudgy, squashy centres.
This recipe will make between 24/28 large cookies.
This is a great, all in one bowl traybake which results in a very moist lemon cake with a surprise lemon curd middle. It’s topped with a layer of delicious lemon icing for a perfect finish. I topped mine with a cute purple/blue mix of sprinkles but they would look great topped with finely zested lemon peel or toasted almond flakes.
If you wanted them for a fancy afternoon tea, why not cut them into smaller squares and use a small edible flower on top for a perfect finish!
I am a little hooked on these homemade versions of Crunchies. They are very addictive and very simple to make. I made them gluten free by using GF cornflakes and GF oats. You only need a few ingredients, melting, mixing and some time in the fridge.
You could try replacing the golden syrup with agave syrup for a less processed version and using dark chocolate. Whatever way you decide, they will be delicious!
Shop bought energy bars can be expensive and sometimes contain processed ingredients so these home made ones are a perfect solution. You can use the same basic ingredients and tweak to suit your tastes and needs.
As this was my first time making them, I changed only a few bits from the original recipe but next time, I will be making them with added seeds such as pumpkin and sunflower seeds. I would prefer dried cranberries to raisins, but that’s a personal choice. The dates are the one ingredient you can’t change as they create the bind you need to make the bars.
Oh what can I say about this totally delicious and lemony cheesecake? Are there enough adjectives in the dictionary to describe the sharp yet sweet heavenly taste? Not sure but it’s a smooth and fresh tasting cheesecake and very easy to make. It uses lemon jelly as the setting agent so no gelatine here!
I doubled up the base from the original recipe as I felt it was too thin and I used Hob Nob biscuits for a change from digestives which also meant that I didn’t add any sugar to the base ingredients – always a good thing 😉 Also don’t be tempted to use jelly granules here – use the good old squares of jelly for a perfect result.