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Pick of the crop...
We’re lucky to have the pick of the crop on Our Farm at The Tacons in Rollesby where we tend and harvest a range of fruit and vegetables to serve in the Restaurant. But have you ever thought of adding vegetables to your baking? You’d be amazed at how you can use vegetables to enhance your home baking. Here’s how to do it….
naturally sweet and go together really well with cinnamon. Indeed, carrot
cake was popular in wartime Britain when sugar was in short
Beetroot works well with chocolate – try grating it raw or cooked into a chocolate brownie mix or puree and use it in chocolate cake batter.
The natural spiciness of parsnip is great in a sticky ginger cake. When you bake with parsnip it develops a delicious sweet caramel flavour. Add some sharp, tangy apple to make it really “zing”.
creaminess and a delicate colour to your baking. Just halve and bake a
sweet potato and spoon out the flesh to add to your cake mix. Try it in a
spicy cake with