Be patient - this smells fantastic while it is cooking - wait until it has cooled before serving, though!
Ginger Cake / Loaf
This is a classic sponge cake that everyone can enjoy!
This is a very light and moist lemon sponge cake. It is a favourite with friends and family and especially the children. It isn't too sharp and not too sweet either. Definitely worth a try!
Easy to bake, and yummy to eat! Enjoy! :) You can ice or fill this chocolate cake, or serve it as it is.
We made some buns for my daugher's birthday so she and her friends could decorate them. I used the sponge cake rule which basically involves weighing the eggs and then measuring equal measures of butter, sugar and flour. That's why there are no measures in the recipe below - it totally depends on what your eggs weigh. If you want to make chocolate buns, replace 30g of the flour with 30g cocoa powder.
Yummy chocolate cake with yummy melted marshmallow and chocolate in the middle. Sprinkle with icing sugar if you like.
This is our family recipe. It's incredibly rich, dense and moist. Fantastic for a special occasion or whenever you need that chocolaty chocolate fix.
Will brighten up any day! My daughter loves them.
These little buns are so easy! Excellent for making with children on a rainy day. Decorate with chocolate buttons, hundreds and thousands, jelly beans, jellied diamonds or any other decorations.
A delightfully light citrus cream filling for sponge or sandwich cakes.
A dense, thick cheesecake with a shortbread base. You'll never use another cheesecake recipe after you try this!
A tried-and-true recipe for this classic teatime treat. Serve plain dusted with icing sugar, or slice and fill with jam, fresh berries and whipped cream for a special Victoria sandwich.
This is a completely yummy but gluten free sticky ginger cake
Large slab cake. Can be decorated for birthday cakes, etc. Stays nice and moist for quite a while in an airtight container.
A very light moist cake, just like a normal Victoria sponge, but wheat and gluten free! Use margarine rather than butter as it is lighter.
Really rich cheesecake that is great for special occasions and impressing people. Ha ha! It also tastes AMAZING :)
Fudgy, sweet and chocolate-y all over, and made in a snap! Almost no cleaning required afterwards! What else can we ask of a recipe? Look at the tips for changing the amounts of the ingredients!
This stunning pavlova is surprisingly easy to make, and though you can decorate however you wish, try the combination of fresh berries and rose petals for something that is as pretty as it is delicious!
Cheesecakes have always been a firm favourite of mine to finish an evening spent wining and dining with friends, or a bit of self indulgence when you're alone. This particular one, subtle in richness but huge on flavour, goes down well with everyone. It's served with a lemon orange compote and crème anglaise.