I decided I would make my own Wedding Cupcakes and although their was a few hiccups along the way I am really proud of how they turned out! My sister kindly agreed to make the top tier cake (a caramel mud cake) to match my cupcakes – a selection of Brown sugar cupcakes with Salted Caramel filling and buttercream and Vanilla cupcakes filled with Lemon curd.
The majority of the cupcakes were made with normal flour, but I also made a batch of gluten free salted caramel cupcakes for a few guests and my sister and I who are gluten free.
In the end I have to say the best part of baking my own wedding cupcakes was being able to share my love for baking with our guests. It gave me great pleasure to see some guests devour not 1 but 2 cupcakes on the night although there weren’t any leftovers.
Here are the recipes for my salted caramel and vanilla with lemon curd cupcakes in case you might want to bake them one day.
Today I wanted to share these Gluten Free Anzac Biscuits with you. They’re the first thing I have baked since arriving home from my wedding and honeymoon! It’s better late than never right?
Anzacs have always been something I’ve missed on my gluten free diet. Mum used to make them all the time growing up. So with Anzac Day on Friday and no baked goods in the house I knew it was time I gave this gluten free recipe a go – and they didn’t disappoint!
P.S. I hope you like my new panoramic photo. My husband captured the shot during our stay in Lake Louise, Canada. A stunning place!
What better way to celebrate Australia Day than by baking these Gluten Free Lime Lamingtons filled with Lime Curd!
Inspiration for this Gluten Free recipe has been sitting in my kitchen for about a year and after tasting these Lamingtons I honestly don’t know why I didn’t give them a go earlier. Absolute madness! The lime curd adds such a fun and fruity twist to traditional lamingtons.
Hope you all had a wonderful Australia Day and weekend!
This Gluten Free White Chocolate Christmas Bark only requires two ingredients and is super quick and easy to make. It’s a perfect way to use up your candy canes before they get all soft and chewy.
I probably didn’t need any more treats in the house after all the gingerbread men, cherries, rocky road slice and Christmas cake that was consumed. I’m not really complaining though as it all tasted amazing. I have just decided to stop myself from baking anything new until all the leftover treats are gone.
Hope you had a Merry Christmas and have a wonderful New Year!
This week Jesse and I made an army of these Gluten Free Chocolate Gingerbread Men for a Christmas present.
I love giving family and friends baked goods for Christmas and this chocolate gingerbread recipe is our favourite so it’s a perfect gift. I had a ball decorating the gingerbread men cut outs – especially the ones with a leg or head missing. The cutouts were gifted to Jesse last Christmas.
We also made Christmas bark for the first time (a white choc version with strawberry candy canes pictured above). I might share that next time.