These moreish little drop scones are a fantastic teatime treat. We have lots of recipes for Welsh cakes from home cooks like you. Be sure to check out our other Welsh recipes for more ideas.
From the heart of rural mid-Wales come these traditional Welsh cakes. Eaten and enjoyed regularly throughout Wales, these traditional cakes, or a version thereof, have been kicking around for as long as anyone can remember. There is nothing fancy about a Welsh cake, and yet they seem to encompass all that one could ever want in a satisfying mouthful; sweet yet slightly salty, moist yet crumbly, light yet filling. Forget smelling the roses, instead, eat a Welsh cake and watch some rugby! Bendigedig!!
Traditional Welsh pancakes. These make a lovely afternoon treat for children coming home from school! I think you get the best results if you use an electric griddle.
We attended a fair in Wales and the ladies of the local church were selling these cakes. We asked for the recipe and they graciously shared it with us.
Similiar to pancakes but thicker - these are simply delicious eaten warm, with butter and jam.
Hi, this recipe was given to me by a neighbour. Cooked on a hot baking stone. If you don't have a baking stone use a heavy based frying pan instead.
A new twist on an old Welsh cake recipe given to me by my nan. This is a great recipe to make all year round and also they are well received at Christmas as gifts. I always bake my Welsh cakes on a traditional bakestone (which can be bought cheaply online) but you can use a heavy frying pan or griddle.
This recipe has been given to me by my mother-in-law, who comes from the Welsh Valleys, who says it is the same recipe as used by her Grandmother. Just amended the ingredients to show metric.
I had mincemeat left after making thousands of mince pies and thought I'd adapt a Welsh Cake recipe I've had for yonks. Really quick to make and the dough is freezeable, as are the cooked cakes. Nice change from mince pies - and more kid friendly as they're more 'cakey'!
Solid, thick pancakes from the heart of Wales. Good for breakfast before a day walking, or working, in the Welsh mountains. Or you can use them to make sandwiches for your packed lunch. Makes a change from ordinary bread - though I don't recommend toasting them. These are not lightweight like crepes, or American pancakes, allow enough time to prepare them.