Recipes

Chocolate Puddle Pudding – from Divine Chocolate

This great pud is courtesy of Gregg Wallace and Divine Chocolate. Gregg says that Divine’s chocolate is “my one indulgence”. This heavenly pudding oozes molten chocolate and is a crowd-pleaser at any dinner party.
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Ins(pea)ration: Roasted Pea And Aubergine Dip With Toasted Pitta Bread

I really love peas and add them to lots of my meals but sometimes you forget how versatile they can be. Yes Peas! is an award winning campaign which focuses on the versatility, nutrition and convenience of peas and promotes their consumption in the age group 17-34. TV chef
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Fabulously Divine Brownies – Divine Chocolate

Rich and fudgy brownies studded with juicy raspberries, nuts and white chocolate chunks. This recipe was created for Divine by Linda Collister, author of the BBC’s Great British Bake Off cook books. 
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Divine Fridge Cake – from Divine Chocolate

A real crowd pleaser – and incredibly easy too: no cooking required. This was created for Divine by young chef Sam Stern.
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Chocolate Brownies ingredients

Recipe: Dark Muscovado Deluxe Brownies

After visiting the baking show I decided I would try and bake more so I looked at the bag of goodies, I was given at the show, for some inspiration. On the back of the Muscovado sugar was a webpage with plenty of exciting new recipes but I settled with this one below:
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This week we are loving … Salad

This may seem like something so simple and so boring, but hey, the weather is hot and none of us can be bothered to eat/cook as much as usual. Salad doesn’t need to be boring … it also doesn’t need to be hard work to look like something creative and inspiring.
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Tasting Tapas … make your own

As today is Father’s Day and my own Dad was busy seeing other family, I decided to be a great step-daughter and make my Stepdad his favourite fare – tapas. Tapas is something that I love cooking and have done so many times before, but it is always a tad hectic and
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Dan, Dan the Baking Man

For me baking has always been, and always will be, about friends and family. I’ve never wanted to be a professional baker as 1. I don’t believe I am quite up to scratch yet and 2. Baking is at its most fun when you are baking for loved ones. I am also very lucky that I come from
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The building blocks of baking: basic sponge cake

I was taught how to make a sponge mix at a ridiculously early age, so young in fact that I can’t remember exactly when it was. My Mum taught me how to cook and by about age 8, she generally left me to it to cook cakes on my own, as her guidance was no longer needed. I want to
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