Looking for a lighter breakfast? These pancakes are great for a twist on tradition. The body and bulk of white flour is here replaced with ground flaxseed/linseed and ground almonds but you’ll still find the adorable puff from egg whites and pop from blistered berries.
It’s hard not to love this dessert. Cakes made with oil have an intriguingly different texture from those made with butter, and the celery leaves add a refreshing note alongside the white chocolate ice cream.
Jaw-dropping and gut-busting, this Dobos Torte cake from pastry expert Claire Clark is a delight for the senses.
Le Cordon Bleu trained cook and baker, Linda Collister’s rich brownies are studded with juicy raspberries, crunchy nuts and white chocolate pieces – conjuring a triple chocolate treat that’s perfect for a little naughty decadence.
Trine Hahnemann serves up a taste of Copenhagen with these fluffy cardamom buns.
Michelin-starred chef Nathan Outlaw’s sticky toffee pudding is comfort food at its most indulgent
One for the sweet toothed – here, the marbling is achieved by sandwiching the two different doughs with the Nutella and banana, then giving the dough a couple of judicious twists before laying it in the tin.
There are certain flavours in the world that were meant for each other, with maple syrup and toasted pecans being an ultimate food power couple.
Stephen Harris shares his recipe for sumptuously fresh focaccia.
This is a stunning visual feast to finish a dinner party.
This recipe is simple: good ingredients used in season, treated with respect, and showcased simply using good technique.
Fuss-free and fabulous.
Looking for your next afternoon tea fix? This fruity tart has all the answers.
Celebrate all things sugary by making a batch of these heavenly strawberry shortcake grilled doughnuts
Sink your fork into this national teatime favourite.
This cake is a healthy bite in devious disguise.
Perfect the art of ganache with James Martin’s moreish recipe.
Add a matcha twist to your usual afternoon tea with this unique cake.
A few teaspoons full of rosewater, a handful of pistachios and a scattering of rose petals elevate this simple cream filled sponge to something exotically redolent of a Persian flower garden.
Popular in Indonesia, you can make steamed cakes such as this one as vibrant as you wish.