Quick, super easy to make and perfect for Summer Entertaining, this frozen treat is sophisticated enough to serve to both adult guests and children alike. You can serve layered with raspberries in individual glasses or use the mini cones as we have done.
Summer is all about sunshine, entertaining and fruit! This sweet take on a blini is simple to make using pancake batter and a mini muffin tin. With its golden colour and a tangy sweet hit, it is sure to impress and is perfect for a new take on finger food.
No matter if you are hosting a party or heading out to one, these tartlets are just the thing to wow a crowd. They look fantastic, are easy to make and don’t cost the earth. Fabulous first impressions never looked so good!
Gingerbread always makes me think of Christmas. The sweet aroma, crunchy texture and gentle warmth when eaten cannot easily be replaced by any other food. The flavours meld so well with cream cheese; it makes this modern take on cheesecake work so beautifully. Very Festive!
Perfect for parties, these little tarts are salty and sweet and just plain delicious! They’re also versatile. Make larger versions and serve with a fresh salad for a great dinner party entree.
These are an oh-so-healthy version of the regular fried spring rolls. Mix them up with whatever ingredients you like, but they are perfect for a light lunch or party spread!
It’s always good to serve fruit at a party, but how about displaying it in a fun way for something a little bit different. I’ve made fruit ‘cakes’ before with thick layers of melons as a base, but this is a quicker alternative, using cookie cutters to create interesting shapes.
Probably the easiest sweet to make for a baby shower (or indeed – any occasion) is the humble cupcake. They can be dressed up with decorations made or bought to suit any theme. Here we have used gender-neutral funky cupcake toppers, which will really make your guests smile.
Anything in miniature is cute, especially these mini Vol au Vents which your guests will be snapping up in no time! They are really easy to make, don’t cost the earth and are a great addition to a party! You can even pre-make the filling and keep it in the refrigerator up to 2 days ahead!
Lovely and tasty options for afternoon tea are these Tuna Roulettes. Simple to put together and full of fresh flavours, I can guarantee they will be snapped up quickly!
These biscuits are delicious and a little different from your every day choc chip cookies. Make a few batches before baby arrives and freeze for when you have post baby visitors. It’s nice and easy to just pull from the freezer, slice and pop into the oven for a fresh baked treat!
Need something special to whip up for breakfast? These pancakes are a little bit more decadent than the normal variety, perfect for special occasions like Mother’s Day.
by Honey, You Baked!
This is my go-to lunch. Simple, tasty and healthy. All it takes is two ingredients and you have a quick, easy and light meal which is perfect served with a simple salad. Also great for kids as finger food (just be aware of the ingredients in your dukkah in case of allergies).
Chicken Pilaf is a dish most families tend to have on a regular basis, there may be a heap of different ways to make it, but we think Danni & Mel from Honey You Baked have nailed their version of the super yummy Chicken Pilaf.