School Dinner Jam and Coconut Cake
As the weather gets colder and the dark nights draw in, I feel the need for comfort food. Traditional recipes that hark back to childhood,...
Peach and almond tart
This peach and almond tart is a little effort to make, but the results are delicious, with a light hazelnut and almond frangipane holding the poached peach slices. You can skip the pastry making part of this recipe if you like and use a ready-made sweet pastry
Maids of Honour - Old English Tudor Cheesecakes Recipe - Food.com
These are the forerunner of modern baked cheesecakes, and this recipe originates from one of the first documented versions of this recipe. Curd cheese was very popular as an ingredient for desserts many hundreds of years ago, and these delightful little tarts have a Royal lineage; the story is that whilst Henry VIII was strolling in the gardens of Hampton Court Palace, he came across a group of ladies in waiting (to his queen, Catherine of Aragon), one of whom was Anne Boleyn - whom…
Bread pudding is one of those nostalgic bakes that is a cross between a pudding and a cake and one that takes me right back to my childhood...
Steamed Treacle Pudding - My first attempt! - My Easy Cooking
Steamed treacle pudding was on my to-do-list for this winter. I have been intrigued by steamed puddings since I watched my gran skilfully cover the glass bowl, with our Christmas Penny pudding inside, to submerge it into the pot of boiling water on the stove. I marveled at her patience to wait for two long […]
Cherry Bakewell Loaf Cake
Cherry bakewell loaf cake is an easy and delicious budget cake with all the flavours of a bakewell tart. Topped with a layer of icing sugar it's perfect for sharing with friends.
Apple and rhubarb crumble
This comforting dessert is fruity and filling with its buttery oat topping. Use tinned fruit if you don't have fresh and serve with ice cream or cream for extra yum.
Butterscotch Self Saucing Pudding
Our simple butterscotch self saucing pudding is the ultimate winter comfort food. A soft and fluffy sponge pudding covered with sweet and rich butterscotch sauce.
Chocolate concrete like school makes it
A basic chocolate concrete (or crunch as you may know it). Very easy to make with only 4 ingredients. Makes a nice dessert in winter that kids absolutely love. It's my siblings' favourite. I use a 23cm sandwich tin, you can use almost anything really. Plus it is a really cheap dessert.