• Polish doughnuts

    Polish doughnuts

    Contains pork – recipe is for non-Muslims only

    Make a batch of fluffy glazed doughnuts, topped with crunchy chopped almonds for a special occasion. The dough includes jam for a subtle sweetness

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  • Vegan Welsh cakes

    Vegan Welsh cakes

    Make a vegan version of Welsh cakes, with all the flavour of the traditional recipe but free from dairy. Sprinkle with sugar to finish and serve warm or cold

  • Soda farls

    Soda farls

    Celebrate St Patrick’s Day with soda farls – an Irish soda bread flattened into a circle and divided into four ‘farls’. Eat warm with butter

  • Frangipane, fig & orange tart

    Frangipane, fig & orange tart

    Treat guests over for Christmas to this frangipane, fig and orange tart. It’s delicious at the end of a family feast, or simply served for afternoon tea

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  • Gingerbread & honey loaf

    Gingerbread & honey loaf

    Make our multifunctional ginger and honey loaf cake. Enjoy with yogurt and stewed fruit for a festive brunch, or try as a teatime treat slathered with butter

  • Iced finger buns

    Iced finger buns

    These picture-perfect iced buns are ideal for an afternoon tea spread or a weekend baking project. Fill with jam and cream for a traditional treat.

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  • Blackberry jelly

    Blackberry jelly

    Pair this versatile blackberry jelly with a sharp cheddar, or spread over scones with cream. Make sure you use ripe, juicy berries

  • Lemonade scones

    Lemonade scones

    Bake a batch of these easy lemonade scones to serve for afternoon tea. Pair them with plenty of clotted cream and jam – and a cup of tea, of course! – for a classic British treat

  • Gooseberry jam, muscat & mascarpone cake

    Gooseberry jam, muscat & mascarpone cake

    Impress guests with this stunning muscat and mascarpone cake, made with a luxurious gooseberry jam centre. This grown-up dessert is perfect for afternoon tea