Apple pie, apple tart, apple pudding or crumble, call it what you want, it’s an all-round favourite. There is a treasure trove of apple pie recipes around the world, but I keep coming back to this delicious combination of everyday ingredients.
The chocolate sauce is for days when you want to serve this as a dessert. Without the sauce, the crumpets are perfect for a Saturday morning breakfast, perhaps with a rasher of bacon, fresh fruit and a drizzle of honey.
Lemon and poppy seeds are a well-known combination, and these cupcakes add a zesty flair to any tea table or picnic basket. The fresh thyme gives a lovely botanical flavour to the cupcakes, making them a little more sophisticated. The ratio of lemon juice to icing sugar adds just enough acidity to the recipe to balance out the sweetness and rounds the cakes off beautifully.
These rusks are so easy to make and high in fibre. The buttermilk gives it a lovely texture, without the need for eggs – so the recipe is indeed correct and not missing eggs.
Warm, homemade bread with butter melting into it and a dollop of chunky apricot jam always bring back delightful memories. There is something comforting about freshly baked bread, which is difficult to describe.
Hierdie kors het ’n effens ander tekstuur as ’n tipiese broskors, maar is makliker om te hanteer, want dit hoef nie uitgerol te word nie.