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So far Velveteen Rabbit has created 28 blog entries.

October 2021

Secret Garden Update

We’ve been talking about our vision for The Velveteen Rabbit Secret Garden, Coffee House & Kitchens since the pandemic hit, however we're excited to share with you the news that it's finally starting to take shape! We're excited to be expanding our presence into Northallerton and look forward to inviting more members to The Club!

Secret Garden Update

Recipe Blog #8 – Cookie Dough

We use this cookie dough recipe as a base for our chocolate torte. And for our slutty brownie. And anything else that it might go with! Quick and easy to make. Delicious on its own and it helps add a layer of decadence and indulgence to other recipes you can find on our website!

Recipe Blog #8 – Cookie Dough

Recipe Blog #7 – Chocolate Torte

This recipe makes for a super indulgent Chocolate Torte, especially with the cookie dough base! This makes enough for a big tart. If you want to go super grown up and indulgent, whip some cream with amaretto, or your favourite liquor to serve it with.

Recipe Blog #7 – Chocolate Torte

Recipe Blog #6 – Tunisian Orange Cake

Gluten free and super moist. We’re a bit of a fan of cakes with syrups here at The Velveteen Rabbit Luncheon Club. They keep really well and, even though they are soaked in sugar, they aren’t too sweet. Check out the recipe for our Tunisian Orange Cake in our latest blog.

Recipe Blog #6 – Tunisian Orange Cake

September 2021

Festival of Thrift, Kirkleatham – 25th & 26th September 2021

Come and join us for hand-made pies, pastries, breads & sweet treats on a traditional market stall in the picturesque village of Kirkleatham in North Yorkshire for the eco-friendly, family friendly festival of the year. There’s plenty to keep you entertained and well fed. Come and say hello, grab a pie and get involved!

Festival of Thrift, Kirkleatham – 25th & 26th September 2021

August 2021

Recipe Blog #5 – Blackberry Brioche Buns

We’ve made these buns as blackberry topped buns. But you can bake them plain and make them into Devonshire splits - those tasty devils filled with strawberry jam and fresh whipped cream. Or you can simply brush them with egg yolk and cover them in pearl sugar, or ice them afterwards and have them as finger buns. This recipe is very versatile!

Recipe Blog #5 – Blackberry Brioche Buns

Recipe Blog #4 – Italian Doughnuts

So, this is a yeasted doughnut, takes a bit of time, but if you do it right, they taste amazing. They also smell fantastic. You can also bake them and make them into a split bun or a blackberry bun. Or you can fill them full of your favourite jam if you have a piping bag and nozzle!

Recipe Blog #4 – Italian Doughnuts