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  • Red velvet cupcakes

    Red velvet cupcakes are a classic treat. This easy red velvet cupcakes recipe is simple but so pretty and so simple to make. These popular red velvet cupcakes from the Hummingbird Bakery have deep red sponge and a tangy cream cheese frosting, which go so well together. Use the exact quantities and mix the ingredients well so the sponge has an even colour and texture. This recipe makes 12 cupcakes in one batch, but it's easy to scale up if you need to make more. For the cream cheese frosting, you'll only need three ingredients, so you know the topping is also quite simple to whip up. The best part about this red velvet recipe is that these cupcakes are ready in just 25 mins, so you won't have to wait long to enjoy them - perfect if you have eager children who can't wait to have a bite! These distinctive cupcakes are perfect for special occasions, like birthdays, anniversaries or any other celebrations. How about rustling up a batch as a foodie gift? Or what about dessert at a kids' party, or arrange them into cupcake tower instead of a birthday cake? Of course you can also whip up these delicious red velvet cupcakes on a lazy Sunday afternoon and enjoy them with a cuppa. This classic recipe by Hummingbird Bakery is one of our favourites and makes delicious red velvet cupcakes every time.

    • 4
    (757 ratings)
  • Chicken in red wine

    Chicken in red wine

    Have a go at our classic chicken in red wine recipe. This delicious dish has a rich red wine sauce which works wonders with the tender cuts of chicken. It's ideal for sharing at dinner parties or a cosy night in. This recipe serves 4 people and will take around 40 mins to prepare and cook. A portion of this mouth-watering chicken dish works out at only 310 calories which is great if you're trying to be good or you're counting calories. Serve your chicken with heaps of freshly cooked veggies and some easy to cook potatoes too.

    • 4
    (84 ratings)
  • Dragons Blood Cocktail

    Vampire's blood pomegranate punch

    Whether youíre cutting back on the booze and need a healthy cocktail to serve up at your next get together, or want a drink thatís suitable for a kidsí party, give this bright mocktail a go. Pomegranate is a superfood thanks to all its amazing health benefits, including helping to lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease and fight inflammation. The fruit is also packed with vitamin C and vitamin K. Using pomegranate juice in this cocktail recipe helps give it a vibrant red colour too thatís really eye catching. Grape juice is also a really great juice to include in this healthy cocktail thanks to its health benefits too Ė itís been shown to help reduce the risk blood clots, reduce cholesterol and help protect the blood vessels in your heart, as well as helping you to maintain a healthy blood pressure. Blueberries are another superfood and great addition to this drink recipe. Blueberries help reduce the risk of stroke and heart attacks and are a really rich source of antioxidants, as well as vitamin C. This drink recipe is super easy to whizz up and makes a great punch bowl option for kids and non-drinkers at any occasion or get together. Plus, if youíre looking for something bright for Halloween, itís also a great choice thanks to its brilliant colour. Stir up this fruity punch in your cauldron - your little monsters will love its ghoulish blood-red colour!

    • 3
    (67 ratings)
  • Steak in red wine sauce

    Quick and easy, this delicious steak in a red wine sauce with shallots is a great dinner party recipe to impress friends and family.

    • 4
    (13 ratings)
  • Chocolate cupcakes

    Chocolate raspberry cupcakes

    Chocolate and raspberry cupcakes count as a portion of fruit and vegetable right? Even if they don't we love these raspberry chocolate cupcakes so much that we are willing to ditch the diet. You won't discover the raspberry until you bite into the rich chocolate sponge and they start oozing red liquid - which is actually just raspberry jam, making these criminally easy to make. The raspberry chocolate cupcakes are perfect for both Valentines' Day (who can beat chocolate in a red and pink theme?) or Halloween (or Twilight themed vampire parties). The red raspberry sauce looks suitably gruesome for your kids and big kids alike!

    • 4
    (19 ratings)
  • Twilight cupcakes recipe

    Twilight cupcakes

    Love Twilight? You'll love these beautiful Twilight cupcakes decorated with the famous red apple (the forbidden fruit) and name disks for team Edward, team Jacob or Bella fans

    • 4
    (25 ratings)
  • Chocolate Kirsch hearts

    Chocolate cherry kirsch hearts

    Chocolate and alcohol, who can resist? And because these sweet, chocolate boozy hearts are small you can have two!

    • 3
    (24 ratings)
  • Vanilla ice-cream puffs with berry coulis

    Vanilla ice-cream puffs with berry coulis

    This fruity ice-cream dessert is easy to prepare - the kids will love it too

    • 4
    (2 ratings)
  • Twilight love bite cocktails recipe

    Twilight love bite cocktail

    A deep red cherry liqueur cocktail shaken with blood orange syrup and ginger ale - delicious and perfect for a romantic dinner for two

    • 2
    (7 ratings)

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