Two pieces of biscuit cake with rhubarb on a plate

 

Wendyl’s Rhubarb Cake

I just love rhubarb. Mum has a large plant growing in her garden, I’m looking forward to having some time with her in the kitchen whipping up this cake and having a slice while chatting over a cuppa.  Rhubarb is easy to grow and is very good for providing fibre and vitamins A, B and K.  Traditionally, you stew rhubarb with …

 

 

Eggless Orange Loaf Cake

This week I have another eggless recipe to share. I’m really enjoying going through the recipes and still have a few to try. I’m not entirely sure that I made this one correctly as my cake came out more like a loaf, however it tasted great when toasted so I’m going to say it was still a success. The recipe …

 

 

Pumpkin Maple Fudge Cake

Our guest blogger this week is our beautiful friend and hardworking entrepreneur Michaiah Simmons whose blog inspires and guides others who have struggled with depression, mental illness and losing a loved one to suicide. Check out her website here. In her spare time, when she’s not being superwomen, she loves getting creative in the kitchen. Michaiah found out she was allergic to gluten when she was …

 

christmas cake

 

Nana’s Christmas Cake

This is one of Wendyl’s classic recipes that we haven’t shared for several years. It’s a delicious, light fruit cake that Wendyl’s Grandparents in New Plymouth used to make. What sets this cake apart from the rest is that the fruit is soaked in ginger-ale and brandy overnight, making it full of flavour and absolutely delicious without being too heavy …