Last weekend I was immersed in the vortex of YouTube – you know those moments where you’re intending to watch just one video but end up 2 hours later still glued to the screen? Yup. That was me. However, there was one positive that came out of my marathon YouTube viewing – I came across Donal Skehan’s channel. He has a plethora of easy to follow recipe videos on his channel including both cooking and baking – and he’s not bad on the eye too making the videos that much more enjoyable to watch ;).
I very rarely dabble in the world of 3 tiered cakes but a special party meant I needed to produce something that had the WOW factor.
I was ready to take on the challenge but knew I wanted to bake something that was slightly different in flavour. After searching across the interweb, I came across this Biscoff cake recipe from Janes Patisserie (her blog is pretty awesome when it comes to playing around with flavours!) and I just had to give it a go.
I come armed with another cheat bake today, and one that’s even easier than my last! Following on from my previous post, I also whipped up these banoffee pots for my Valentine’s gathering.
I love making mini individual desserts, and think when creating a dessert table it makes it much more easier for guests to grab a dessert and go rather than having to cut it into separate pieces (there’s no time to waste when eating cake.)