- Sweet Recipes
- Savory Recipes
- Holiday Recipes
- Tips & DIY
- Link Parties
- Foodie Fun
- Recipe Box
When I first began this blog, I intended it to be suitable for readers who had absolutely no cooking and baking experience – I wanted everyone to be able to try out my recipes.
I certainly don’t claim to be an expert of any sort, but I’d really like to share the hints and tips I’ve stumbled across along my foodie journey with you.
If you have a request or question about any of the steps in the below posts, feel free to get in touch by leaving a comment.
I absolutely adore pizza, but do you know what? I can’t even remember the last time I bought a pizza at the supermarket. Ever since I made my first homemade pizza dough…I don’t know how many years ago, I’ve always made my own and I’m so happy I do.
One of the best things about this sauce is how quick and easy it is to make. Throw the ingredients in a saucepan, heat it up and serve – it really is that simple and within ten minutes you’re ready to go.
We’re going back to basics today with a post on how to make your own pizza sauce at home. Everyone loves homemade pizza, right?
If you want to avoid that bloated feeling that often comes with gorging on pizza, follow this step-by-step guide on how to make a cauliflower pizza base.
Here is a list of my top ten healthy baking substitutes you can use to make your all time favourite treats just that little bit more healthy without compromising the flavour or texture.
Although I’m not an expert, I like to think I know a thing or two when it comes to baking cakes.
If you’ve ever struggled with getting your soft boiled egg cooked perfectly, here is a list of tips which will help you get it right every time.
So, whenever I need to make bigger and better breadcrumbs, I grab a loaf of bread – whole wheat, of course – and do it myself!
With no less than 16 bread recipes on Pink Recipe Box, I’d like to think I know what I’m on about when it comes to baking bread.
Homemade popcorn is incredibly easy to make, takes very little time and requires only a couple of minutes.
Even if you’re one of those people who buy the fancy organic stuff that has absolutely no bad things in whatsoever I beg you to make homemade peanut butter!
Just so you know, if you decide to make your own BBQ sauce using this ketchup as a base, you’ll be in heaven. Seriously.
Here’s another fantastic DIY present that’s cheap, easy to make and ridiculously cute!
Raise you’re hand if you’d rather receive a handmade gift than a store-bought one. I’m counting on at least some of you raising your hand, or I’m going to look silly.
Why pay for expensive branded vanilla vodka when you can make your own for a fraction of the cost?
Store-bought powdered sugar is so expensive! Save yourself money and hassle by making your own at home.
There is one super-easy teeny-tiny little trick to help you get the thickest, lightest, fluffiest, voluminous-est whipped cream you can ever get.
Now, don’t bother running to the store to pick up some self-raising flour. Just follow the steps below and make your own – it really couldn’t be any easier.
If you struggle to make caramel the traditional way – boiling water and sugar and stirring in cream – then give this recipe a try. It’s fool-proof!
Making sweet meringues that are firm and crunchy on the outside and gooey and sticky on the inside is easy. (If I can do it right every time, there’s no reason why you can’t!)
Have you every wondered how to make baked potatoes that have crispy, salty skin and light, fluffy insides? Here’s how!