Traditional English Easter Biscuits Recipe

Dive into the spirit of Easter with our delightful Easter Biscuits recipe (St George icing not included). These sweet treats, infused with a hint of spice and citrusy zest, make a delightful rustic addition to your festive table. Ingredients: Instructions: These biscuits are not only delicious but also a fun Easter activity for the family.… Continue reading Traditional English Easter Biscuits Recipe

Cherry Crêpes Recipe

Try something different this Pancake Day Shrove Tuesday is on the morrow, Tuesday 13th February, And you can mix up the usual chocolate or lemon filled pancakes with our delightful Cherry Crêpes recipe. These thin, delicate French style pancakes topped with juicy cherry compote will awaken your senses and satisfy your sweet cravings. Even better,… Continue reading Cherry Crêpes Recipe

Rhubarb Fool Recipe

Early-sprouting rhubarb will soon be ready for harvest. Whether it’s your own produce or from your friendly local greengrocer, give this rhubarb fool recipe a try – a delightful pick-me-up for the promises of spring around the corner! Ingredients: Method: 2. Whip the Cream: 3. Combine Rhubarb Compote and Whipped Cream: 4. Chill: 5. Serve… Continue reading Rhubarb Fool Recipe

Grow Your Own Blueberries and Delight in a Homemade Blueberry Pie!

Are you a fan of sweet and tangy blueberries? Imagine plucking fresh blue beauties straight from your own garden and transforming them into a delectable homemade blueberry pie. Well, with just a load of effort and this here recipe, you can enjoy the satisfaction of growing and baking with your own homegrown blueberries into homemade… Continue reading Grow Your Own Blueberries and Delight in a Homemade Blueberry Pie!

Raspberry Bakewell Recipe

Mini Raspberry Bakewells

Indulge in the delectable world of Raspberry Bakewells with our irresistible recipe. Picture this: plump and juicy raspberries, bursting with sweet-tart goodness, nestled within a buttery pastry shell and crowned with a luscious almond filling. What makes any Raspberry Bakewell recipe even more delightful is using your own homegrown raspberries, freshly picked from your very… Continue reading Raspberry Bakewell Recipe

Hot Cross Buns

One a penny, two a penny, hot cross-buns Traditionally eaten on Good Friday, these days hot cross buns seem to be available practically year-round, more ten a penny than two. If you’re tired of lacklustre shop-bought buns, try making your own. They’re straightforward to make – as with most baked goods the main ingredient is… Continue reading Hot Cross Buns

Somerset Apple Cake with optional streusel twist

The streusel topping elevates a traditional tea time delicacy to a luxurious dessert. The apple store is usually looking a little depleted by this time of year, but if you still have a few Bramley apples knocking about this recipe is a lovely way of using them up. (If you don’t have Bramley’s any other… Continue reading Somerset Apple Cake with optional streusel twist

Comté & pear tartlets

Comté & pear tartlets

February’s pickings from the vegetable patch can be sparse, but if you’re lucky you’ll have apples and pears from autumn’s harvest to use up. There might also be some winter salad leaves such as mizuna, lamb’s lettuce or baby spinach. Tossed in a punchy mustardy dressing, they’re the ideal counterpoint to this crisp and indulgently… Continue reading Comté & pear tartlets

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