The Ultimate Millionaire's Shortbread by former Great British Bake Off contestant James Morton. Layers of gooey sweet caramel and chocolate rest on top of a easy to make crumbly shortbread. Great for a treat!
These Raspberry Coconut Bars are super simple to make and with their shortbread base, raspberry jam middle and dessicated coconut topping, they are a combination of sweet, crunchy and tart in one portable dessert!
There's nothing quite as lovely as the smell of gingerbread filling your kitchen. These simple biscuits don't only taste amazing, but are also really easy to make, making them a great recipe for the little ones in the family too.
Nigella Lawson calls these simple chocolate biscuits 'Granny Boyd's biscuits' after her editor's, Eugenie Boyd, granny – who gave her the recipe. You can find the melt-in-the-mouth recipe in Paul A Young's Sensational Chocolate (£20), published to raise funds for The Children's Air Ambulance.
Great British Bake Off 2014: recipes from the first ever winner
James Morton’s simple, easy recipe for millionaire shortbread has quickly become a staple in our baking repertoire. Why? The combination of deliciously crumbly shortbread, smooth gooey caramel and perfectly tempered dark chocolate creates a tasty treat that the whole family will love. Truly the ultimate recipe!