Category: Baking

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Rhubarb Frangipane Tart

This tart is a simple, easy way to celebrate rhubarb at the height of its season. It’s also quick to make, making it a great dessert option to have up your sleeve.

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Baked Blueberry & Yoghurt Cheesecake

Made with bright tasting Greek yoghurt and packed with splodges of juicy blueberries, this simple baked cheesecake is sure to go down a treat with all comers.

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Chocolate Fig Pudding Cake

This deliciously seasonal chocolate fig pudding cake is a classic chocolate cake at the edges, but the further in to the centre you go, the more puddingy it is – like a chocolate fondant in a slice. It’s also incredibly easy and quick to make yet will make a big impression at any table.

Blackberry, pear & spelt muffins
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Chai-Infused Blackberry & Pear Muffins

Light, fluffy & richly flavoured, these muffins feel very cosy and autumnal and would be ideal for serving up to friends with coffee for brunch or late in the afternoon, or packed up and brought with a thermos of chai tea for a walk at the beach.

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Blueberry & Yogurt Cloud Cake

Looking for a dessert that even your health conscious pals will enjoy? Although this blueberry & yogurt cloud cake is made with no butter or oil, barely any sugar and just a sprinkle of flour it somehow becomes a magnificent, towering cake with a wonderfully fluffy texture and a beautiful subtly sweet, lemony flavour – a triumph by any standards.