Enjoy a lovely dessert after the Bonfire Night fireworks. From parkin to apple crumble, we have lots of seasonal treats. Also try bonfire apples, toffee apple pie, traybakes and lots more.
Easy to make and utterly delicious, with a thick, crunchy, cinnamon topping over apple slices coated in dark brown sugar.
My mum's apple crumble recipe!
This recipe was given to me by my cousin's wife, Margaret, who hales from Rochdale. It is very appropriate for today as it's Bonfire Night.
The perfect treat for Guy Fawkes night. Juicy apples are dipped into a sugar syrup and allowed to set. The brittle crunch of the toffee, goes exceedingly well with the sweet, crisp apple interior.
This pear crumble is a nice change from the usual crumble and a deliciously sweet way to use local pears. Serve with custard or ice cream.
For many, traditional apple pie is the ultimate Bramley dish, and this quick and easy version is as simple as could be. Bramley’s unique taste and 'melt in the mouth' texture make it the cook’s choice, especially for pies and crumbles.
I make this for a Sunday pudding during autumn and winter, and vary the nuts and dried fruits that I use. Serve with custard or over vanilla ice cream.
An apple pie with a thin layer of toffee over the apples. It's great!
Large slab cake. Can be decorated for birthday cakes, etc. Stays nice and moist for quite a while in an airtight container.
My favourite parkin recipe, arrived to after years of practice and tweaking.