• Spider’s web cake

    Spider’s web cake

    Swiss meringue buttercream icing transformed into a spooky Halloween showstopper – this rich chocolate sponge will be the guest of honour at any Halloween party

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  • Blueberry scones

    Blueberry scones

    These scones are easy as pie. Best enjoyed still warm from the oven and smothered in generous helpings of butter and jam

  • Mixed fruit tart

    Mixed fruit tart

    This tasty tart is a great introduction to pastry and gives budding young chefs a chance to flex their creative muscles as they decorate with vanilla mascarpone and a variety of berries

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  • Sticky upside-down banana cake

    Sticky upside-down banana cake

    Edd Kimber gives us an irresistible new take on the seventies classic. This stunning upside-down cake makes a great cooking project for teen cooks

  • Chocolate & hazelnut thumbprint cookies

    Chocolate & hazelnut thumbprint cookies

    The food processor does most of the work in this cookie recipe, but younger children will enjoy rolling the dough into balls and thumbprinting. Older kids can make them on their own

  • Rhubarb & star anise sorbet

    Rhubarb & star anise sorbet

    A stunning homemade pink sorbet with vibrant and sweet forced rhubarb, add a cheeky nip of vodka to make this a little more grown up

  • Orange and raspberry Hey Duggee cake

    Orange and raspberry Hey Duggee cake

    Dazzle your kids with their favourite TV character in cake form! This orange buttercream and jam-filled sponge is sure to be a crowd-pleaser, great for a birthday party 

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  • Rhubarb buckle

    Rhubarb buckle

    This vanilla and rhubarb buckle, a brighter cousin to the traditional American-style teatime cake, is perfect for the cold months when forced rhubarb shines