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The Secret To A Perfect Coffee

A photograph of a cup of coffee on a marble table with dappled lighting - The Secret To A Perfect Coffee - Mrs H's favourite things

This is a collaborative post. Our morning coffee might just be the most important drink of the day. Many of us wake up and look forward to that first sip of sugary, caffeine-filled goodness to give us the energy for the rest of the day. Everyone has a different way to make coffee, however, if you want the perfect cup every time here are some of the rules you need to stick to. The Secret To A Perfect Coffee Buy…

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The ultimate apple and blackberry crumble recipe

A photograph of the ultimate Apple and Blackberry Crumble in a white china dish on a wooden board and with a sterling silver serving spoon - the apple and blackberry crumble is filled with beautiful and succulent apple and blackberries and covered in a yummy crunchy crumble that is topped with porridge oats - The Ultimate Apple and Blackberry Crumble Recipe - Mrs H's favourite things

The recent odd weather has meant that the hedgerows near us are already filled with ripe and juicy blackberries. And ever since I spied them, on a recent walk down to the woods, Little Miss H and I’ve been desperate to make apple and blackberry crumble. Last Saturday, when Mr H was at football, I thought that we’d take advantage of the sunshine and go blackberry picking. We had so much fun. And Little Miss H loved pointing out the…

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Finding happiness Recipes

Easter (Very Rocky) Rocky Road recipe

I’m a big fan of Rocky Road. It is definitely one of my favourite cakes. So when I bought far too many Easter eggs one year I decided to create a recipe that would use up the extra Easter goodies. Obviously, the perfect recipe had to be a form of Rocky Road. And so my Easter Rocky Road was born. It’s such an easy recipe to make and the perfect treat to serve on Easter Sunday. So I thought that I…

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Rocky road cookies recipe

A photo of a stack of rocky road cookies, deliciously chocolaty with mini-marshmallows on top, sitting on a wire tray and over a fabric covered in hearts and a handful or marshmallows_with the title "Rocky road cookies"_Mrs H's favourite things

Little Miss H has been obsessed with mini-marshmallows ever since she had her first hot chocolate before Christmas. And I am obsessed with rocky roads. So a few months ago, I decided to try to make some rocky road cookies. It took a few attempts. But I think I managed to perfect the recipe this weekend and I am ready to share it with you. If you are looking to make a cookie with a difference, to make a cookie that screams…

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Chocolate fork biscuits

These chocolate biscuits remind me of my childhood. My mum used to make them for us all the time. And in fact, this is the very same recipe that she would use. If you are looking for a yummy biscuit to bake with your little one, then you can't go wrong with these crumbly, melt in the mouth chocolate fork biscuits. They are really easy to bake. And Little Miss H loves helping me to make them. She also loves eating them…

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Winter muffins

A photograph of yummy Winter muffins (which include chocolate and mIncemeat) on a pretty floral plate, lying on a green, yellow and brown checked blanket - winter muffins_Mrs H's favourite things

I decided that baking some yummy winter muffins would be the perfect way to cheer myself up. Plus, Little Miss H loves baking and eating the results of her endeavours from the kitchen. These muffins are perfect to make with children. They contain oil instead of butter. So you don't need to cream any butter and sugar together. Easy peasy. And oh so tasty! They are also a great way to use up all that mincemeat that is leftover from your Christmas…

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Health & welfare Recipes

Lemon and honey fairy cakes recipe (refined sugar-free) – a guest post

Earlier this year, I decided to give up refined sugar. I had come to the conclusion that my diet was packed with sugar and this was affecting my health. I felt sluggish and bloated, I was constantly exhausted and was putting on weight. For two glorious weeks I followed the Davina's 5 weeks to sugar-free and I felt great. Then we stayed at my mum and dad's for the weekend and went out for a date night. I gorged on yummy…

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Back for good!

Follow my blog with BloglovinHello readers (or maybe just mummy S and mummy H)! I can’t believe it has been almost a year since I last entered the world of Mrs H’s favourite things. I am sorry for my tardiness but I have recently had a baby. Good excuse, huh?Little Miss H (who is gorgeous and a complete angel) is now 3 months old and so Mr H and I no longer feel quite as shell shocked by parenthood. This…

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