Spicy Pumpkin & Cranberry Chutney

Spicy Pumpkin & Cranberry Chutney is a great way to use up your Halloween pumpkins. If you make your chutney now it will be nicely matured in 6 weeks, just in time to serve with cheese & cold meats over Christmas. Slow Cooker & traditional method included in recipe.

Make Spicy Pumpkin & Cranberry Chutney now & it will be nicely matured in 6 weeks, just in time to serve with cheese & cold meats over Christmas. This week’s pumpkin and squash recipe from the Kitchen Shed is Spicy Pumpkin & Cranberry Chutney. A recipe to make use of the insides of Halloween pumpkins …Continue Reading…

Best Ever Honeycomb

Best Ever Honeycomb - Perfect for Bonfire Night or Halloween! Step by step instructions with Kitchen Shed Tips to help you make the best & crunchiest honeycomb. This honeycomb will keep for months stored in an airtight container. AKA Cinder Toffee, Hokey Pokey, Sponge Candy, Puff Candy & Crunchie.

Halloween and Bonfire Night are fast approaching so I thought I’d share my Kitchen Shed Tips to help you make the best and crunchiest honeycomb … although getting here wasn’t as straightforward as I’d hoped. Last year I offered to make the favours for a family wedding where the brief was to make a sweet …Continue Reading…

Pumpkin Pie Jam

Don’t let your pumpkin innards go to waste – try this beautiful Pumpkin Pie Jam! Laced with pumpkin pie spice and a touch of ginger, a taste of Autumn all year round! Great with cheese, use as an ingredient in your baking & make pumpkin pie, cupcakes, muffins or cookies.

Whizz up your pumpkin innards and make Pumpkin Pie Jam. Laced with pumpkin pie spice and a touch of ginger, a taste of Autumn all year round! Great with cheese, use as an ingredient in your baking & make pumpkin pie, cupcakes, muffins or cookies. This week’s pumpkin and squash recipe is my Pumpkin Pie …Continue Reading…