Scottish Gin Drizzle Bites

If you love gin your going to love these delicious Scottish Gin drizzle bites they are soooo good and perfect to have alongside your favourite cocktail. They are topped with a gin drizzle and a drizzle of lemony gin icing too!

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Treacle Scones

My husband has told me many times about the traditional Scottish treacle scones his Granny Murray would make fresh for him served warm with melted butter and an extra helping of treacle. I hope that these are slightly close to how she made them, they certainly taste delicious!

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Butterscotch Scone Swirls

These Scottish butterscotch scone swirls are very similiar to cinnamon whirls but they are made with a traditional Scottish Scone recipe and are absolutely delicious. The kids love them topped with a little water icing and filled with butter, brown sugar and vanilla.

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Scottish Fatty Cutties

Traditional Scottish Fatty Cutties come from Orkney and I first tried them from a company up there. My kids loved them and I knew I would have to find a recipe for them. This recipe is based on a traditional recipe from Orkney and has been kept as close to the original as possible. They are very similiar to Scottish shortbread but less sweet.

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Scottish Cheddar Cheese Loaf

I love something cheesy and comforting at this time of year and this cheddar cheese loaf fresh out of the oven with a dod of butter on the top hits the spot just nicely. The kids just love this recipe.

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Clootie Dumpling

This clootie dumpling reminds me so much of my husband’s Granny Alice MIlne, she was a lovely lady and treated us to many a plate of Traditional Scottish Broth and a slice of her clootie dumpling over the years.. Everytime its simmering away I think of her and her delicious clootie dumpling that I had the pleasure of tasting a few times.

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Scottish Sticky Gingerbread

We love a slice of this Traditional Scottish Sticky Gingerbread cake and when its available in the kitchen it gets snapped up for breakfast, school snacks, packed lunches and even afternoon coffee breaks. It goes so well with a thin spreading of butter, some warm custard or a little jam. Such a delicious sticky hearty treat.

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Blackberry, Apple & Bilberry tart

I love the deep purple colour of this Scottish blackberry, apple and bilberry tart its so beautiful and the flavour certainly doesn’t dissapoint either. It’s such a delicious warming tart to eat when the seasons change to Autumn and can be enjoyed with freshly made warm custard, whipped double cream or vanilla ice cream. My kids really enjoy this tart after a delicious hearty Scottish stew and it also works really well the next day for leftovers.

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