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  • Lemon Maderia Cake

    Lemon Madeira cake

    Lemon Madeira cake recipe is so simple and uses just a few ingredients. Serve with a cuppa - and relax. Madeira cake is the perfect afternoon mood-lifter. This classic Madeira cake will take around 1hr and 15 mins to prepare and bake. It's a real family favourite that you'll want to make time and time again. This recipe serves 6-8 people. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container or cake tin and are best eaten within 3 days of baking. This cake is just perfect served with a cuppa as an afternoon treat or if you want to serve with for dessert we'd recommend serving it warm with ice cream or with homemade custard.

    • 4
    (179 ratings)
  • Baileys no-bake cheesecake

    Baileys cheesecake is an all time favourite and this no-bake recipe makes a seriously impressive dessert when you’re entertaining friends and family! And as well as being delicious, this Baileys cheesecake recipe is particularly easy to make. Our Baileys cheesecake is so simple to make that all you have to do is combine very few ingredients, including double cream and Baileys for the topping and digestive biscuits and butter for the base. Because this Baileys cheesecake recipe is no bake, there’s no need to pop it in the oven - all you have to do is put it in the fridge and wait a few hours or overnight for it to set. If you love Baileys, this Baileys no-bake cheesecake is especially great for the holidays, as it's another way to enjoy the festive tipple. But if you're just a fan of a deliciously sweet pud, this Baileys cheesecake can also be enjoyed throughout the rest of the year as a refreshing dessert - especially as a post Sunday-roast treat! Sprinkled with grated chocolate or cocoa powder and topped with cream, this Baileys cheesecake makes a delicious dessert than everyone will love - and be asking you for the recipe!

    • 3
    (370 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's chocolate cake

    Mary Berry's chocolate cake is a timeless treat. This recipe makes a perfect rich chocolate cake with creamy chocolate icing every time. This Mary Berry chocolate cake recipe is surprisingly easy to make and will show you how to make a chocolate cake in less than an hour. This easy chocolate cake is simple and easy-to-follow, serving 6 people and taking only 50 mins to prepare and bake. Mary Berry's moist chocolate cake is perfect served with a drizzle of fresh cream for an indulgent dessert or afternoon snack with a cuppa. Store this chocolate cake in an airtight container or cake tin for up to 2 days. If you have any of this moist cake left after 2 days, we'd recommend warming a slice in the microwave for about 10 seconds and serving with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. This is our best chocolate cake recipe and is part of Mary Berry's three cakes in one recipe, taken from Mary Berry's Stress-free Kitchen. Mary Berry's chocolate cake will keep for 3 days in the fridge, but the icing might lose its shine - you'll just have to eat the entire chocolate cake as fast as you can...

    • 3
    (4215 ratings)
  • Lemon cake

    Lemon cake is delicious, quick and easy to make and this lemon cake recipe is a real winner. It's difficult not to gobble this delicious lemon cake down as soon as you've made it - but try to freeze a few slices for tomorrow! Another great cake from Woman's Weekly. This delicious, quick and easy lemon sponge cake recipe is a real winner. Infused with fresh lemons and topped with a sweet lemon curd buttercream. This cake serves 12 people and will take around 35 mins to bake plus cooling and decorating time. Store any leftover lemon cake in an airtight container for up to 2 days. This sponge cake recipe would work just as well with other citrus fruits instead. Try orange or lime.

    • 3
    (491 ratings)
  • Spiced apple cake

    Gordon Ramsay's spiced apple cake

    Gordon Ramsay's spiced apple cake is a delicious and easy to make recipe that you'll want to make time and time again. This recipe makes a deliciously dense and moist cake packed with lots of healthy fibre. This recipe serves 8 people and will take around 1hr and 20 mins to prepare and bake. This delicious cake is made with cooking apples of your choice. It's also made with wholemeal flour which is much healthier than regular flour. Gordon Ramsay's recipe would perfectly follow a Sunday roast and if you've got any leftovers, just pop into an airtight container and store in the fridge for up to 2 days. You reheat this apple cake to serve warm with melting ice cream or you can serve cold with a splash of fresh cream - the choice is yours!

    • 4
    (27 ratings)
  • parsnip cake

    Carrot and parsnip cake

    This carrot and parsnip cake is a fantastic twist on the well-known coffee shop favourite. It is deliciously spiced with cinnamon and topped with a silky smooth cream cheese frosting. Although the sound of parsnip cake might not immediately sound appealing, after the first bite we are sure you’ll be converted. Plus, look out for paper mini loaf cases in the supermarkets so that you can enjoy parsnip cake on the go. Parsnips have a subtle sweetness when cooked that works so well in this cake! And if you’re sneaking a bit of veg into your slice of cake, there’s even more reason to treat yourself!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Blueberry muffins

    Gordon Ramsay's blueberry muffins

    Gordon Ramsay's blueberry muffins are made with fresh blueberries, banana and wholemeal flour making them healthier than your average muffin recipe. These wholemeal muffins are made with buttermilk which makes the sponge extra moist and spongey. These delicious muffins are packed full of goodness and are very tasty - you'll want to make them time and time again. This recipe makes 12 regular sized muffins taking around 15 mins to prep and 20 mins to bake. They're the perfect option for bake sales or to be shared with friends and family. They're a delicious mid-morning snack perfect served with a cup of tea or coffee.

    • 4
    (45 ratings)
  • Banana bread

    Banana bread that comes out perfectly every time. You'll never need another banana bread recipe as the whole family will love this one - and it's SO easy! This simple banana bread recipe is the perfect way to make the most of the bananas that have started to go brown in the fruit bowl, and shows you how to make banana bread is just a few very easy steps. You can either just slice this banana bread up and eat it as it is, or it's just as nice toasted with a little butter on it. Over-ripe bananas are often thrown away, but this classic banana bread recipe is the best way to use them up and you'll never want to throw them away ever again! Ripe bananas give this easy banana bread a lovely moist texture with a rich flavour. The thick dough takes a little longer than your average cake to bake, but it's worth the wait. A slice of this flavour-packed banana loaf recipe is a perfect treat for breakfast (try it with a spread of butter), as it will go down a treat on its own with a cuppa or as part of lovely brunch spread on a lazy Sunday morning. This delicious banana bread can also be served at parties or just a little afternoon treat - perfect for rainy days!

    • 4
    (176 ratings)
  • Banana cake

    Banana cake is naturally sweet, moist and deliciously rich and this easy banana cake recipe makes an impressive cake that would look the part at a celebration. The moist sponge is sprinkled with walnuts and topped with a rich chocolate buttercream to complement the banana. To make this banana cake recipe, you need to make sure the bananas you use are very ripe and brown - in fact, it's a great way to use up bananas that have been left in the fruit bowl for some time. This will pack your sponge full of sweet flavour and make your banana cake extra moist and soft. If you're not a fan of chocolate buttercream on your banana cake, you can swap this for vanilla instead, or you could even drizzle your banana cake in a light icing sugar and water mix to give it a simple glaze. This easy banana cake recipe serves 12 people, so it's great for a gathering. This easy banana cake only takes 1hr and 15 mins to make, but just 15 minutes to prepare. Easy! Any leftovers (ha!) can be stored in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

    • 3
    (227 ratings)
  • Red velvet cake recipe

    Rachel Allen's red velvet cake

    Red velvet cake is an all time favourite when it comes to delicious bakes that you can make easily make to impress your family and friends. Learn how to make red velvet cake with our classic red velvet cake recipe from Rachel Allen, which makes a lovely bake every time. A rich red sponge topped with a cool white frosting, this yummy red velvet cake is an impressive choice for any occasion. This easy red velvet cake recipe will take around 1hr to make and bake and serves between 10-12 people - perfect for special occasions or parties. This rich, soft sponge is infused with cocoa powder and has a sweet, fluffy white cream frosting. This delicious red velvet cake would make the perfect showstopper for birthdays, Valentine's Day or simply served with a cuppa as a weekend treat. This cake can be kept in an airtight container for up to 2 days. Store somewhere cool.

    • 3
    (93 ratings)
  • Red velvet cupcakes

    Red velvet cupcakes are a classic treat. This easy red velvet cupcakes recipe is simple but so pretty and so simple to make. These popular red velvet cupcakes from the Hummingbird Bakery have deep red sponge and a tangy cream cheese frosting, which go so well together. Use the exact quantities and mix the ingredients well so the sponge has an even colour and texture. This recipe makes 12 cupcakes in one batch, but it's easy to scale up if you need to make more. For the cream cheese frosting, you'll only need three ingredients, so you know the topping is also quite simple to whip up. The best part about this red velvet recipe is that these cupcakes are ready in just 25 mins, so you won't have to wait long to enjoy them - perfect if you have eager children who can't wait to have a bite! These distinctive cupcakes are perfect for special occasions, like birthdays, anniversaries or any other celebrations. How about rustling up a batch as a foodie gift? Or what about dessert at a kids' party, or arrange them into cupcake tower instead of a birthday cake? Of course you can also whip up these delicious red velvet cupcakes on a lazy Sunday afternoon and enjoy them with a cuppa. This classic recipe by Hummingbird Bakery is one of our favourites and makes delicious red velvet cupcakes every time.

    • 4
    (757 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's iced fairy cakes

    Mary Berry's iced fairy cakes are so easy to make using store cupboard ingredients and they area ready in 30 minutes! This easy recipe shows you how to make a batch of 12 simple fairy cakes and how to decorate them with a simple icing and sweets. Get the kids to help you make these tasty fairy cakes; they can learn how to crack eggs and make smooth icing to drizzle on top of your mini sponges. This recipe couldn't be easier, but comes out perfectly every time - and everyone loves a fairy cake! These fairy cakes make the perfect birthday treat, party food or food gift for friends, family and little ones. Mary Berry's iced fairy cakes recipe is taken from one of her most famous books, Mary Berry's Baking Bible.

    • 3
    (1174 ratings)

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