STICKY, gooey and filled with chocolate, this torte is perfectly indulgent.
Bake of the Week
CAN you imagine Christmas without homemade mince pies enjoyed by the dozen – no, thanks!
SERVED as part of an indulgent afternoon tea, you can’t go far wrong with a perfectly crumbly scone.
Bake of the Week: Treat yourself with MasterChef winner Gary Maclean’s chocolate and hazelnut cheesecake
MASTERCHEF winner Gary Maclean began his cooking career over 30 years ago and now he’s sharing his secrets and skills in a new book, Kitchen Essentials.
“I IMPROVISED with sesame seeds and ground almonds, only to discover how delicious these nutty additions are,” says cookery writer Rachel Khoo.
BLACKBERRY Cottage was founded by Berkshire-based baker Kate Saunders, and they focus on vegetable-based cakes.
WITH rich chocolate brownies, vibrant orange custard and creepy green jelly, this spooky twist on a classic trifle is a hauntingly good Halloween party idea that will definitely impress the kids – or any ghouls, and monsters that rock up on your doorstep.
“THESE are a favourite of my small boy, and something of a lazy Sunday tradition,” says cook and activist, Jack Monroe.
WE spent ages perfecting these, ensuring that they were soft, rich and gooey in the centre.
WE might be a long way from Cornwall, but these Cornish whoopie pies are a tradition well worth adopting.
Bake of the Week: Get baking for Breast Cancer Awareness Month with this sweet strawberry shortcake recipe
OCTOBER is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a health campaign organised to increase awareness and to raise funds for research.