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Salted Caramel Apple Cake

November 6, 2018
Food Blogger Izy Hossack makes Salted Caramel Apple Cake

Thanks to OXO for sponsoring this post! This Salted Caramel Apple Cake is a lovely autumn/winter bake, lightly spiced with cinnamon and covered with a brown sugar cream cheese frosting.  I’ve been surprisingly busy since finishing uni, between the Ireland workshop and moving home I’ve been doing some freelance recipe development and photography. Meanwhile we haven’t had (and still don’t have) WiFi in the flat due to the building not being hooked up to the external phone lines so I’ve…

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Damson Cake with Caramelised Almond Topping (Tosca cake)

August 28, 2018
Food blogger Izy Hossack makes Damson Cake with Caramelised Almond Topping (Tosca Cake)

Last month on one of the many sweltering days I jumped on the overground to go to Rachel Khoo’s gorgeous Khoolect Studio to celebrate the launch of her new cookbook, The Little Swedish Kitchen*. She made butternut squash waffles and chocolate-raspeberry bullar and we all sat around in the garden having breakfast before being sent off with a copy of the book and a waffle iron (best goodie bag gift ever tbh).…

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Parsnip Cake with Cream Cheese Glaze

November 28, 2017
Parsnip Cake with Cream Cheese Glaze-3

I’m a big fan of using vegetables in dessert. I mean, I now eye roll when people do the whole ‘well it’s got vegetables in it so I can eat it for breakfast right!? ha ha ha’. Mate, if you want to eat cake for breakfast, you do you. Don’t need to justify it!! I’m all on board the cake train. What I DO like about the vegetable addition is that a) it sometimes can bring a different aspect of…

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Strawberry, Lemon & Elderflower Cake

September 5, 2017

September crept up on me this year, partially because we had a VERY hot few days in the UK recently so I was blissfully unaware that summer is coming to an end. Uni starts in a few weeks and I’m internally starting to panic about the fact that I only have 1 year left of education. I’m partially excited to finish and start being a *real* person but also, like everyone else, pretty terrified about that too. This is the…

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Cherry, Chocolate & Hazelnut Torte

July 18, 2017

Growing up I remember leafing through my mum’s cookbook, searching for the particular recipe that I wanted to make that day. I would look out for the signposts e.g. the page with the post it note on it, the page with a magazine cut-out of a brownie recipe with its gloriously vintage photo… It was easier to remember the location of certain recipes in that book like the chocolate chip & almond torte situated on the final pages. That’s the…

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Double Chocolate Malt Cake

March 22, 2017
Double Chocolate Malt Cake

Owing to the fact that my brain is a bit dead since finishing my literature review last week, I’ve been struggling to motivate myself to write about this cake. Thus, I’m keeping it super short & sweet today because honestly, I don’t think I need to do much talking about this cake anyway – the title is almost enough!…

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Salted Caramel Pumpkin Spice Cake

December 23, 2016

Christmas is only a few days away and I’m probably feeling the least Christmassy, most anxiety-ridden in my entire life. Judging by my pretty erratic, limited posting on here and instagram it’s probably quite evident that uni life is taking up 90% of my time now. (PSA: this is going to get a tad ranty and is just so I can get it off my chest. Just scroooollll on down to the last paragraph if you wanna skip that). It’s…

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Tiramisu Swiss Roll Cake

December 21, 2015

Holidays mean more time to do things you love. That could mean finally watching the latest season of Homeland, seeing friends and family and, in my case, cooking! I spent the last week holed up in my room at uni with the flu, revising for impending pre-xmas exams. I hadn’t been food shopping in 1 1/2 weeks and was living on pretty much whatever I could throw together and put onto a piece of bread. It was not a pretty…

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