Nothing beats the sweet smell of warm vanilla sponge, fresh from the oven. This super-reliable cupcake recipe is a great one to make with kids, or if you’re batch baking for a party or cake sale. It’s a simple six-step recipe that should be in every baker’s bible.
Best enjoyed with a cup of tea as a midday treat, banana bread is a fantastic, not to mention classic, option. It’s a breeze to throw together, and can easily be made gluten free, as Nicole Knegt from Four Spoons Bakery shows us…
There’s nothing better than tucking into a good old slice of classic chocolate cake for a special occasion. In this feature, Georgina Hayden from Jamie’s food team shares her favourite recipe.
Smooth, chocolatey sponge smothered with rich buttercream icing, it takes a lot to beat the beautiful indulgence of red velvet cake. Here, Georgina Hayden from Jamie’s food team shares her fail-safe recipe.
Ever wondered how to make the most perfect, melt-in-the-mouth banana cake? Then look no further – April Carter from Rhubarb & Rose is here to show you how.
Sour and tart, yet sweet and smooth at the same time, rhubarb is a real treat for the tastebuds. Bang in season, now’s the time to embrace rhubarb in all its glory by bringing it to the table in a delicious crumble – April Carter from Rhubarb & Rose shows you how.
Digestive biscuits are one of the most popular biscuits ever – us Brits just can’t get enough of them! They’re super-easy to make at home, too, so get the kettle on, roll up your sleeves and get baking.
Whether you’re indulging in a chocolate egg, whipping up an afternoon bake or creating an Easter Sunday dessert, Easter goes hand-in-hand with sweet treats.
For a quick and easy loaf, Irish soda bread is just the ticket. Taking just 10 minutes to prep, simply mix the ingredients (don’t over-mix them!), pat into a dough, then whack it all straight in the oven.
It’s British Pie week, and to celebrate Katie Allanson has delved into the history of one of Britain’s favourite dishes to reveal the life of pie.