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!
Another quick dessert that's sounds odd but is exstremely yummy! A good way of using up those over ripe banana's. Its also fab with rum!
A lovely moist fruit loaf which keeps well in an airtight container.
This is so easy, all done in a saucepan, have used this recipe for years never had a problem. Lovely if you have left overs to make a Bara Brith bread and butter pudding, using Delia's recipe but using the Bara Brith instead of bread.
by barbara robinson
after many years of buying savoys from bakery, now costing 80p each. decided to try making my own and found it very simple
by Elke Garnk?ñufer
This is a traditional German cheesecake recipe which has nothing in common with American style cheesecakes. The curd can not be replaced as it´s essential to the outcome of the cake. I hope you acchieve the same result with British custard
This is a very old Yorkshire recipe which is used as a basis for many cakes. I have found it fool prrof especially when people say the cannot make a cake
by Au Zzi
As easy as ..
A fatless teabread that is so simple to make and improves with keeping. Wonderful sliced and spread with butter.
by Crafty Cookie
These moist cakes came to being quite by mistake. A lady in America forgot to add the raising agent to the sponge cake she was making and the result was a luscious and moreish tea time treat.
Boringly healthy and excitingly tasty with great texture - never buy a nut style bar again!
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