Baking

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!

 
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Bramley AppleCake

Published 11 Jun 2009
by JamJar aka Chutney Queen

I think this came from the Bramley Apple Council. Its a lovely moist cake and keeps well, at least a week. It will also freeze - as will most cakes.

 
 

Bran fruit loaf

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Joan Watson

a no fat fruit loaf which is so easy to make and can be varied with other store cupboard ingredients

 
 

Bran Muffins

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Elpe

Minimum mixing & so easy. This recipe appears in my Canadian Cookbook and has been a family favourite for many years.

 
 

BREAD MACHINE RECIPE

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Sandra Oz

I make this bread all the time. If you want to make it into a grained bread, just add 3 tablespoons of 9 grain mix, which is available in health food stores.

 
 

Bread Pudding

Published 01 Jan 2010
by JulesC

I adored bread pudding as a child and having tried and tested my mum's recipe I'm pleased to say it's as good as I remember!

 
 

Bread, Granary style

Published 11 Jun 2009
by Biggles !

This recipe evolved over many months because it panders to OH's taste buds.

 
 

Breakfast Bars - Photo in Gallery

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Dolores

These really are yummy....breakfast in a bar..... I use Scotts porridge oats, desiccated coconut and could not find unsalted peanuts, so used salted....

 
 

Breakfast muffins

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  Pat

Really nice muffins that keep well in the freezer and can be reheated from frozen as and when required. Great for serving when friends stay over

 
 

Brushetta

Published 

prep time 5 mins cooking time 5 mins serves 4 Brushetta is delicious served with many different italian dishes ,especially soup and fish .It is a very useful accompaniment as the bread does not have to be fresh.

 
 

Bunsen Pili Pala (Welsh for Butterfly cakes!)

Published 11 Jun 2009
by  janjam

My two boys have always called them this, they are Butterfly cakes and they like these done in muffin tins which makes giant butterfly cakes!

 
 
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