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Watching What I Eat: Scottish Spiced Tea Cake ~ made with a 'Cuppa Tea'

Watching What I Eat: Scottish Spiced Tea Cake ~ made with a 'Cuppa Tea' This recipes requires some swaps to be paleo, but I think it'll turn out nicely.

Scottish oatcakes. These are the standard measurements I use: 3 cups old fashioned oats,1/2 tsp baking powder, 1 cup boiling water (buttermilk tastes better), 3 tbs butter, 1/2 tsp salt. Preheat oven to 350.  Bake 20 minutes.

In Scotland I had the pleasure of eating homemade oatcakes at The Steading cafe in Keith. They were served in place of bread with cheese and complemented the meal perfectly. I have used oatcakes on…

Gingerbread Loaf - Soft, moist, molasses quick quick bread is perfectly seasoned with ginger and nutmeg. Classic holiday flavor that you love!

Christmas Gingerbread Loaf Recipe Soft, moist, molasses quick bread is perfectly seasoned with ginger and nutmeg. Gingerbread Loaf gives that classic holiday flavor that you love!

Why not plan a Scottish high tea for your next afternoon tea? Karen explains what goes into it and shares a recipe for a beautifully moist Scottish fruit and marmalade cake.

Karen Burns-Booth

Why not plan a Scottish high tea for your next afternoon tea? Karen explains what goesinto it and shares a recipe for a beautifully moist Scottish fruit and marmalade cake.

Scottish Rumbledethumps - simple dish of potatoes, cabbage and onion. It is either served as an accompaniment to a main dish or as a main dish itself.  An alternative from Aberdeenshire is called kailkenny.  To me this is also a lot like Cottage Pie, only with meat and veggies added -  Rumbledethumps – a simple Scottish dish! - See more at: http://www.europescalling.com/Drupal/node/310#sthash.lj9yNose.tWZZ6ZVE.dpuf

Scottish Rumbledethumps - simple dish of potatoes, cabbage and onion. It is either served as an accompaniment to a main dish or as a main dish itself. An alternative from Aberdeenshire is called kailkenny. - Rumbledethumps – a simple Scottish dish!

Delectable Scottish Gluten Free Empire Biscuits are tasty little shortbread cookies sandwiched together with jam and iced on the top, perfect with a nice cup of tea!

These are so easy to make and I make the shortbread on it's own for an everyday biscuit. sugar, margarine and flour so simple and delicious!

Skirlie Mash. Scottish Mashed Potatoes with Onions and Oats.

Ma Broon’s Burns Night Tribute Supper! A Guide to the Great Scottish Feast with Recipes

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Scottish Cherry Cake Christmas is coming and Cherry cake brings back great Christmas time memories for me I remember many a family g.

Scottish fruit bread recipe made with tea and lots of yummy things!  Its attached to a website devoted to all things Scottish ... called Scottish at heart.

Scottish fruit bread recipe made with tea and lots of yummy things! Its attached to a website devoted to all things Scottish . called Scottish at heart.

Cranachan- Traditional Scottish desert:   a lovely little glass - presentation is very important people! Raspberries Raspberry jam Double cream Whiskey (honey toned) Scottish oats Honey

Cranachan, a Scottish dessert. Whiskey, cream, raspberries, and toasted oatmeal layered in a glass. // see the connected website for 17 other British foods and connections to recipes for some.

Seriously Strong Scottish Cheese Scones from Food.com: SOURCE: www.IGOURMET.COM I have made these several times now and they are wonderful. Even though Mull of Kintyre is called for in preference, I prefer the Seriously Strong cheddar. Baking time is approx. watch until golden.

Seriously Strong Scottish Cheese Scones

SOURCE: www.COM I have made these several times now and they are wonderful. Even though Mull of Kintyre is called for in preference, I prefer the Seriously Strong cheddar. Baking time is approx. watch until golden.

The Selkirk bannock is one of Scotland’s more famous baked goods, Fraser Wright discovers its surprisingly rich history and provides a recipe to make your own

The Selkirk bannock is one of Scotland’s more famous baked goods, Fraser Wright discovers its surprisingly rich history and provides a recipe to make your own

Selkirk Bannock  --    Serve this Scottish classic with plenty of butter. If you have any leftover, toast it for breakfast or use for a bread & butter pudding

Selkirk Bannock

Selkirk Bannock -- Serve this Scottish classic with plenty of butter. If you have any leftover, toast it for breakfast or use for a bread & butter pudding, omg yummmmy

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