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!
These are hugely popular. The recipe comes from the Cadbury Chocolate Cookbook.
These are really yummy, don't bother counting the calories with these. Nice at christmas in a cosy armchair, hot chocolate and james stewart film. Oh! and a roaring log fire too.
This is one of my easiest and quickest chocolate cakes to make. This can be served warm with cream or even custard as a dessert or allowed to cool and eaten as cake, it never lasts that long enough to eat as cake as it's so moreish warm but on the r
by Lynda Down Under
This is an absolute winner!! It was given to me by Nicole on this site....
Very moist and yummy.....
This is my version of chocolate fudge cake. I have adapted this from 3 or 4 different recipes. It is moist, good textured and ideal for covering in marzipan and sugarpaste
This covers and fills an 8" cake and would be ideal for piping onto cupcakes.
This is sometimes called Tiffin, either way a lovely no-bake cake!
Never fails to impress. It looks plain before it's cut, but hear the squeals of surprise and delight when it's bitten into!
Sounds odd, but mayo is made out of oil and eggs so this simply replaces the fat and eggs in a normal recipe. Makes a lovely moist cake, ideal with my chocolate fudge icing.
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