Moist Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting!

my carrot cake is probably THE MOIST carrot cake you may have ever tasted! It is absolutely amazing. It’s packed with flavors of nutmeg, cinnamon and ginger. Along with lots of pecans, shredded carrots and my secret ingredient.. Pineapple! Yes! Pineapple.. it makes the cake super moist and helps bring out the flavors too! Here’s how you make it! INGREDIENTS: Carrot Cake (Makes two loafs) … Continue reading Moist Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting!

Blueberry & Lemon Scones

It’s Sunday! Which mean brunch day! And as per request from our neighbors, I’m baking scones! Decided to add a little berry action and sweetest he deal as its still freezing in Sweden. So I’ve chosen blueberry and to accompany the flavor a little but of lemon zest. Super easy, super delicious..and your neighbors will love it! 😉 Here’s how you bake them! INGREDIENTS : … Continue reading Blueberry & Lemon Scones

Lemon & Poppy Seed Butter Loaf Cake

During the summer, you want to have something a Little bit tangy and sweet but nothing to overpowering. You don’t want a full cake but you want something substantial like a cake… right? So here is my take on a cake that’s not so much like a cake but it is like cake … you with me? 😉 My Lemon & Poppy seed butter laof … Continue reading Lemon & Poppy Seed Butter Loaf Cake

Orange Cream Scones

INGREDIENTS: 250g plain flour, plus a little extra for rolling out 40g cold butter, cut into small cubes  40g sugar 1 free-range eggs 3tsp baking powder 110 ml cream 2 tbsp lemon juice Zest of 2 oranges (I used blood oranges)   METHOD:  Pre-heat your oven to 200C. And line a baking tray with baking paper.  In a small cup or bowl mix the cream and lemon … Continue reading Orange Cream Scones

5-Minute Almond Scones

Theres nothing like whipping up a great breakfast! Especially on a lazy sunday. Here are my simple 5-minute almond scones, which you can of course add any flavour to. They are simple, quick, very yummy, and super perfect to bake on a lazy day! Here’s how you bake them! INGREDIENTS:  For the Scones- 360g Cups Flour 50g Sugar 1 tbsp Baking Powder 1 tsp salt 300ml Cups Heavy Cream 100ml Almond milk 2 tsp Almond Extract … Continue reading 5-Minute Almond Scones

Raspberry Sour Cream Scones

Nothing says breakfast like SCONES! And because it’s getting colder outside I’m starting to miss summer! Especially summer berries like raspberries! (My fav!) so here is a simple quick recipe for amazingly tasty raspberry scones .. with sour cream!! Here’s how you bake them! INGREDIENTS: 250g plain flour, plus a little extra for rolling out 40g cold butter, cut into small cubes 40g sugar 1 … Continue reading Raspberry Sour Cream Scones

Raspberry Mousse filled Donuts

In the USA Today it’s National Donut Day and what better way to celebrate than to make DONUTS!!! My husband isn’t a fan of jam fillings but I love the fruits taste. So I figured if I make a mousse filling he might actually eat it! And guess what! ITS WORKED! I made a raspberry mousse only because I love the tartness of the raspberries … Continue reading Raspberry Mousse filled Donuts

Clotted Cream

Clotted cream is traditionally eaten with yummy warm British scones. It’s a traditional and typical spread to have instead of butter for your scones. It’s thick and creamy and amazingly delicious! But what’s the difference between butter and clotted cream? Well butter is made by churning (or whipping) cream. Clotted cream, has to do with the separation of the fat in your cream. Leaving your … Continue reading Clotted Cream

Double Chocolate Chip Scones

Scones are one staple British breakfast/brunch/afternoon tea treat. It’s also commonly just a plain scone, and to be honest they are extremely tasty on their own, and without any additional flavoring. However, because I absolutely love chocolate, and had some chocolate chips left over from a previous bake, I thought why not change things up a bit. So in true Ammna ‘extra’ style, I’ve created … Continue reading Double Chocolate Chip Scones