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If you like flapjack, and you like almonds/bakewell, then you'll love this! Especially with your favourite jam. Eat as a snack or try it with custard. I used to have this type of thing at school served with custard. Couldn't find a recipe, so made up one. Yum! you'll be surprised. Please leave a comment or rate if you can. Thanks! Happy baking.
This is the classic tart. Use shop-bought pastry - it's so much easier! Treat yourself!
A delectable tray bake version of the Bakewell tart that is a favourite with everyone I know.
My version of the old-fashioned afternoon tea treat, but still delicious!
Yummy, easy to make cherry bakewell tart that my husband and kids love. The filling contains ground almonds and is very moist.
I recently came across my maternal Grandma's recipe book, printed in 1933, coming across a piece of paper, placed between two pages, containing her version of bakewell tart. I have not changed the recipe only converted the quantities for the ingredients from imperial to metric. The recipe makes a delicious tart and I remember her making this for Sunday afternoon tea. The tart does not have to be blind baked first before adding the filler. I apologise for the poor photo but the family started tucking into the tart before I could photograph it. I will replace the pic next time I make the tart.
Bakewell tarts are always warmly received in our household and are delicious to have on hand in the "treat tin" for afternoon tea.
an amazing desert that is really easy and something that I have NEVER gotten wrong!
My recipe for the classic bakewell tart with apricot jam and a delicious and buttery almond-egg filling.
Cute, bite-sized desserts that are not only delicious but are also gluten-free, egg-free, dairy-free and made using unrefined sugars.