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Cakes & Bakes with JULIET SEAR

Happy New Year to all of you Baking Heaven gang! I hope you had a wonderful festive season and got some time to cosy up and relax. It has been a very different kind of Christmas and New Year, but I embraced not being as busy and sociable and spent most of the time in my pj’s in the kitchen cooking and baking, and then in front of the TV watching as many holiday films as possible with the family – bliss!

Well, as the saying goes, ‘new year, new you’. I know it might seem a bit cliché to some, but I often use January as a time to reset and try to make new positive changes and change habits, so I’ve given you the recipe for my delicious savoury breakfast muffins in this issue. You can bake up a batch and have them ready for breakfast, but they also make a lovely lunch with a bit of salad. I don’t have much

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