If you fancy making brownies with a bit of a twist, or you're a novice cook after some immediate results, this recipe is for you. Not only is this Nutella creation delicious, it also requires the bare minimum of ingredients. Find out how to
Big Mac fans rejoice! If you've ever wanted to celebrate your birthday while also giving a clear nod to your love of Big Macs, your time is finally at hand. This baker has created a near-perfect replica of the McDonald's favourite made
Prue Leith and Paul Hollywood will be returning as judges, Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig will be hosting, and we'll be dreaming about making those fantastic creations. To get you in the spirit, we’ve narrowed our excessive cake tin collection to 10 high-performers that will work for all your baking exploits. A loaf tin is easily my most-used piece of baking kit, because works for simple, unfussy cakes that don’t require ke a lot of effort to ice once they’re out of the oven – think banana bread or lemon drizzle – and it’s also great for shaping a classic loaf.
Today, 20 March, Kensington Palace announced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have picked Californian-born pasty chef Claire Ptak to bake their wedding cake.Ptak, the owner of London-basked bakery Violet Cakes, will be rustling up a lemon and elderflower flavoured bake for the royal couple, covered in buttercream and topped with fresh flowers.The modern, and bang-on-trend, design is miles from the traditional cake that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge selected for their wedding in April 2011.William and Kate selected Fiona Cairns to create their eight-tier extravaganza; a traditional fruit cake covered in royal white icing and iced versions of 17 flowers and leaves that Kate personally selected. Part of the cake was even saved for Prince George’s christening, as is tradition.The Queen’s cake in 1947 was just as elaborate – despite the post-war rationing still being in place. Ingredients were donated, and flown in from, South Africa and Australia for the occasion.From Princess Margaret’s to Princess Diana’s, feast your eyes on these show-stopping royal wedding cakes from years gone by.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.Read more from Yahoo Style UK:Everything we know about the royal wedding so farThe ‘Meghan Markle Effect’ is already in full swing and worth a cool £500 millionWho foots the bill for Meghan Markle’s royal wardrobe?
The best thing about a birthday party – whatever your age – is the cake. Or the presents. No, the cake. So there’s a certain pressure as a parent to bake/buy one that’s Instagram worthy and makes everyone ‘ooh’ and ‘ah’.From a magical ‘Frozen’ cake to a ‘Peppa Pig’ version and an epic LEGO one, these cakes will definitely have everyone transfixed. They might not be that simple to make (in fact, most of them can probably only be baked by professionals), but they’re great to feast your eyes on if you need some inspiration – or simply love gushing over beautiful bakes. No shame in that. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:50 hilarious tweets that sum up being a parent16 photos that prove you should never leave your children unattended This potty training horror story about a rolling poo is the funniest thing you’ll read today