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!
Not really ~ just named that cos the recipe came from the back of a pack of greaseproof paper sheets, back in the very early 60's... This was my birthday treat (with added Smarties on top of the chocolate icing) every year until my mother died in 1984
by Top Conker
This is the only recipe I use to make a superb loaf each and every time time.
These really are an all in one breakfast..... You could add spinach, red peppers, sweetcorn etc.... I omitted spinach in my recipe and added mushrooms...really yummy!!
This recipe was given to me by a friend who has just returned from Canada, where they use Rice Flour frequently in their recipes. the flour is available in Tesco and other shops.. Use the baking tins you would use for jam tarts or fairy cakes. This r
This is a bit like a Bakewell Tart. You can vary the jam that you use. Marmalade is also nice. Makes a big 10 tart which cuts into 10 -12 pieces.
It's too easy to eat too much of this at one sitting...
These biscuits are delicious, specially with a cup of tea coffee. If you like porridge oats, golden syrup and coconut then you will love these scrumptious biscuits. Kids love them to.
by Julie Sutton
Cut into wedges and serve warm or gold with cream or icecream. Can be made with Rhubarb -Use 120z rhubarb instead of apples and ground ginger instead of cinnamon
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