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  • Nadiya Hussain's Profiterols

    Nadiya Hussain's rose & pistachio choux stack

    Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain's delicate rose and pistachio choux stack is almost too pretty to eat. Go for a birthday cake with a twist and whip up this profiterole pile - delish!

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  • Nadiya Hussain's red berry simnel cake

    Nadiya Hussain's red berry simnel cake

    Nadiya Hussain's red berry simnel cake is a classic Easter recipe with a berry twist. It's got berries in the cake mixture and freeze-dried berries in the marzipan, which gives it a strong pink colour. Simnel cake is a traditional Easter cake topped with marzipan and gently toasted. It's decorated with 11 marzipan balls to represent the apostles, minus Judas - although, sometimes you might have 12 marzipan balls, including Jesus. This version of a Simnel cake is a really nice change from the classic Simnel recipe, with lovely fresh berries. This recipe serves up to 16, so you'll know there will be plenty to go round for everyone!

    • 3
    (5 ratings)
  • Nadiya Hussain
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    "I will finally feel needed" Nadiya Hussain talks about a VERY exciting new project

    Find our what Bake Off winner Nadiya has been up to this month...

    • 3
    (7 ratings)
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    #NadiyaBakes: Nadiya reveals why she's had the 'longest nine days' of her life

    Nadiya revels how hard moving house can be when you rely on your kitchen so much

    • 5
    (2 ratings)
  • Nadiya Hussain's strawberries and cream custard tart

    Nadiya Hussain's strawberries and cream custard tart

    This strawberries and cream custard tart is such a pretty dessert - it's light and spongy and the custard is perfectly creamy with sliced fresh strawberries on top - we love it! Once you've made your own custard, you'll never want to go back to shop - bought. It's so much smoother, plus you can control how much sugar goes in which is ideal if you're watching your figure or if you're baking for kids. This tart is perfect to serve at a party as you can get more slices out of it if you need, or if you can't bear to share, it'll serve the family, with a little bit left over (maybe)!

    • 0
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  • Nadiya Hussain and husband

    #NadiyaBakes: "These last few weeks have been the most intense that I have experienced"

    Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain spills the beans on writing her first cook book...

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    (3 ratings)
  • Nadiya Hussain's white chocolate crown cake

    Nadiya Hussain's white chocolate crown cake really is a showstopper! This stunning cake with raspberry frosting would make a seriously impressive birthday cake; it'll make both kids and grown-ups very happy. The white chocolate shard decorations are really easy to make and make it extra special. This added touch looks like you've gone to a lot of effort, when really, they're so simple! Raspberries and white chocolate are a match made in heaven. This cake is not only delicious, but it's also so pretty with its beautiful pink colour that it gets from the raspberries. The perfect summer cake!

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  • Nadiya Hussain #NadiyaBakes blog

    #NadiyaBakes: "I used to think I was the queen of multitasking"

    Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain on a very special episode of Loose Woman, meeting her hero and her first attempts at a magic cake

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  • NadiyaBakes: Queen's birthday cake

    #NadiyaBakes: What it's really like to make the Queen's birthday cake

    Bake Off winner Nadiya shares what it was like to make the Queen’s birthday cake – at the same time as buying a house and planning her dream kitchen

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    (4 ratings)
  • Nadiya Hussain's pizza rolls

    Nadiya Hussain's pizza rolls

    Nadiya Hussain's pizza rolls are tear 'n' share savoury rolls that are perfect for sharing, with all the flavours of a pizza inside. These savoury rolls are super easy to make. They take a little bit of time to rise properly, like bread, but they're definitely worth the wait. You can share the at a party, or serve them instead of bread with soup. They're also just as nice in a lunchbox instead of a sandwich - really filling, and so full of cheesy flavour!

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