• German apple cake

    German apple cake

    Use your favourite eating apples to bake this traditional German apple cake. Enjoy it with afternoon tea or take to a coffee morning

  • Upside-down toffee apple tarts

    Upside-down toffee apple tarts

    Pass around these sweet and sticky slices on Bonfire Night or enjoy them indoors with a cuppa. They’re deceptively easy, using only a handful of ingredients

  • Financiers


    Treat family and friends to these miniature French almond cakes for afternoon tea, or take along to a coffee morning. Browning the butter adds extra nuttiness

  • Almond cake

    Almond cake

    Bake a gluten-free cake using ground almonds – it’s ideal for a coffee morning so nobody is left out, or an afternoon treat with a cuppa

  • Air-fryer banana bread

    Air-fryer banana bread

    Give this classic a flavour boost with the option of adding pecans and chocolate chips, or try any other nuts you prefer. Make this in the air fryer for ease

  • Pumpkin bread

    Pumpkin bread

    Make this moist, cake-like pumpkin bread for a seasonal treat. Best served thickly sliced with butter or a drizzle of maple syrup, and a cup of tea.

  • Coffee & pecan squares

    Coffee & pecan squares

    Rustle up this traybake with coffee and pecan flavours for a grown up sweet treat. Serve a square with a cuppa for afternoon tea or a mid-morning snack

  • Strawberries & cream slice

    Strawberries & cream slice

    Try the heavenly combination of strawberries and cream on a shortbread base. This dessert makes a glorious al fresco afternoon tea to share with friends

  • Blood orange upside-down cake

    Blood orange upside-down cake

    Make the most of the flavour and beautiful colour of blood oranges in this stunning upside-down cake. It’s a perfect cake to enjoy with a cuppa

  • Clementine custard tarts

    Clementine custard tarts

    Try a festive twist on custard tarts by adding the zest and juice of clementines. They’re delicious served with an afternoon cuppa at Christmas

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