Find traybake recipes that kids will love, and some that they can help to make, too. We have oat and fruit traybakes, flapjacks, rocky road slices and lots more - all sure to please even the most discerning of kids!
This is so easy and is one of my favourite recipes. It tastes even better if you use homemade raspberry jam.
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 is a really simple brownie recipe. It has been tried and tested many a time and they certainly don't last very long in the cupboard. I always use chocolate chunks when I bake them, however walnuts are just as good, it is just a family preference. These morish gooey chocolate treats are an all-year all-occasion must bake.
These are such fabulous brownies that I'm submitting Slater's method, with a few of my own tips. No nuts, no flavourings, just a 24-carat brownie as dense and fudgy as Glastonbury mud. Whatever else you add is up to you. Serves 12 (or two with the munchies).
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.