The traditions of British baking stretch back to King Alfred and the burnt cakes, so it's no surprise that you all have such a wealth of cakes, biscuits and other sweet goodies in your repertoire. From tea breads to celebration cakes, there is plenty here to appeal!
My version of the recipe in the Kenwood Chef Recipe book
This is a very moist fruity cake which keeps well (if you've got will power!) I'd appreciate feedback please if you try it.
I first decided to try these because they only have 66 calories in each and that's less then a chocolate digestive or Hobnob and only a bit more than a Jaffa Cake... so can't be bad!! They're a lovely combination of chunks of chocolate, pecan nuts s
by JamJar aka Chutney Queen
This is liked by everyone, even if they are a bit nervous about the idea of courgettes in a cake. It is moist, flavoursome and keeps well. Recipe makes one big cake, 13" x 9", OR Two 7" square cakes OR Two 8" round cakes
These are a healthy chewy option to sweets
This was in the Telegraph one weekend and I tried it, it is so lovely. Serves 8
by Julie Sutton
ideal for kids pack lunches and better for them! Have fun using different types of fruit Makes 8
A delicious cake which uses no flour and no fat and is so easy to make. Use a very sharp knife to slice it.
So very easy and so reliable. A beautifully moist fruit cake because of the addition of the crushed pineapple. I love it with loads of cherries.
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