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!
A delightful mixture of sponge cake, cassata ice-cream and chocolate sauce. The cake lasts for quite a while in the freezer - if you have any leftovers, that is!
Yummy spicy chickpeas
I can eat way too much of this, especially if it's accompanied by raita or tzatziki! Oh, and Bananarama suggests adding one diced red pepper to the mixture - great idea!
You can vary the cheeses; add more tomato if your leaving out the olives. They'll be eaten before they have a chance to get cold.
by Julie Sutton
Lovely on a cheese board or with fresh fruit
Not cheesy at all - just a slightly different flavour and texture to the usual pound cake recipes
add in 1oograms plain flour add in baking powder 1 tbp add in butter milk about two tbs add in cheese 11ogramgs mix all together in bowl medium size mix with hands or mixer .roll out dough two thickness of 1 pound coin piec place cutter in dou
by JamJar aka Chutney Queen
Use a 9" square lined cake tin. Cuts into about 16 pieces
This is a recipe my nanna copied from the TV in 1958 ~ she baked this again and again over the years, and the cake was always a delight to look forward to on visits. The cake is better cooked and kept, well wrapped in greaseproof paper or foil,
by Joan Garrod
Delicious - but only for marzipan lovers!
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