Golden syrup is a great substitute for traditional white sugar and is used throughout baking and dessert recipes.
This is an old family recipe that originates from Yorkshire England but this pudding is 'steamed' in the oven.
This is a great recipe [particularly if you use duck eggs] - it is not necessary to leave in fridge for 2 hours, particularly if you are like me, and want something in a hurry. Leave stand for 5- 15 minutes in the fridge while you 'clean up and do the dishes'. I generally do a double mixture, because these are so popular, so consequently I can make up to 4 dozen or slightly more. Nice to eat on their own, or serve with Rosella Jam and cream.
These are very sweet biscuits as they use honey, golden syrup and sugar. Your teenagers are sure to appreciate them!
This is an old-fashioned English winter pudding recipe; although not so old-fashioned that it includes suet. This pudding warms tummies on cold and dreary midwinter nights.
An easy and rich-tasting gingerbread loaf. Beautifully spiced and specially sweetened by golden syrup and treacle. Morning tea ready!
This is a great little biscuit recipe that if flavoured by coconut and golden syrup. Great for morning or afternoon tea.
This is an oven baked damper loaf but if you want to be traditional you can cook it over a campfire on a stick! Serve with cocky's joy (golden syrup).
This is a great golden syrup dumpling recipe that we cook at home and is a popular warm dessert when we go camping.
This is a lovely dense tea cake that is simple to make. It gets better with age; if possible leave for 3 to 4 days before cutting and eating.
An easy caramel sauce with golden syrup and cream that goes well with ice cream, cakes, steamed puddings, pancakes, waffles.