During self isolation we can all finally try different things we always wanted to, but never had the time for.

So if you really want to start baking but not sure where to begin, we’ve got you covered. These recipes aren’t only delicious but very easy. So give it a go.

Sweetie fairy-cakes

They’re dainty and delicious. Play around with different kinds of sprinkles, if you want to. The (baking) world is your oyster!

Oatmeal and blueberries breakfast muffins

Surprise your guests — and yourself — by baking these easy, yet yummy breakfast muffins. And just because it has the word breakfast in the title, doesn’t mean you can’t have them for an all-day snack!

Elsje’s oat crunchies

Our account manager, Elsje du Toit, won our in-house Bake Off with these babies, a true South African treat that her mom used to bake. And best of all? You can bake them in under an hour!

Sin-free fruit and nut chocolate triangles

If you’re worried that your new-found love for baking will have no mercy on your waistline, these chocolate triangles are the answer. Enjoy a sweet treat and still fit into your jeans: that’s what we call a win-win situation!

Lemon drizzle traybake

Bake without the hassle of cake tins. A traybake is easy, yet delicious enough to still be counted as a star baker. This lemon drizzle traybake shows you why.

Waffle pudding

The best part of this recipe is that you don’t have to bake everything from scratch, but you can still get all the credit.

Seedy oat bread

Always thought that baking bread was a hassle? Think again! This recipe is so easy, it’s basically foolproof, and you end up with a lovely loaf!