Pancakes are simple to make, delicious to eat and a little bit different all over the world.
With the Great British Bake Off about to hit our screens again, it's time to whip out your spatulas, grab your wooden spoons and get ready for another huge serving of laughs, bakes and the inevitable double entendre.
From ghostly cupcakes to spiders web chocolate mousse, iced pumpkin biscuits and bat brownies, we've got some fiendishly delicious recipes to help you celebrate Halloween at home this year.
Whether you’re heading out to an organised display or throwing your own party, Bonfire Night is a great excuse to get together with friends and family, and what better way to come together than with tasty food?
Chocolate eggs, the Easter Bunny, Hot Cross Buns, there are many traditions around Easter. This year, we’d like to invite you to start a new one: only buying higher welfare products.
Picnics are easy to organise and fun for all the family.
As 2022 gets closer, it’s time to think about what you will be doing in the new year and to start making those New Year’s resolutions.
St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated all around the world in honour of one of Ireland’s most prominent patron saints.
The absolutely best way to celebrate World Chocolate Day is by indulging in an overindulgence of chocolate.
The 25 to 31 May is National Barbecue Week. You won't be able to invite friends round for a barbie, but it's your opportunity for some fun family days and your chance to show support for higher welfare.
St David is the patron saint of Wales and every year celebrations on March 1st mark the anniversary of St David’s death in 589 AD.
Whatever the day, and whatever its origin, it’s always a good occasion to let mum know that you care. And what better way to show mum some love than with chocolate!
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