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Famed British desserts include puddings, trifles, cakes, tarts and pies; find every dessert you're looking for by browsing through our selection of recipes.
Jean Turczyn saved to Recipes to try
2 · 70 minutes · Evelyn Kennell of Roanoke, Illinois sends the recipe for Ample Brown Betty. It's great for using leftover bread.
- • 40 cups Apples
- • 3 tbsp Lemon juice
Baking & Spices
- • 3 cups Brown sugar, packed
- • 2 tsp Cinnamon, ground
- • 2 tsp Nutmeg, ground
- • 2 cups Sugar
Bread & Baked Goods
- • 2 loaves (20 ounces each) white bread with crusts
- • 2 cups Butter
- • 4 cups Water
Priscila Monteiro Hoffmann saved to Baking
Mary Berry's all in one Mincemeat Loaf Cake is one of the easiest cakes ever! The recipe makes two loaf cakes or four mini loaves.
Sharron Botes saved to baking
I’ve been on a bit of a baking slump at the moment, like a huge one. I have no idea why – I just haven’t felt like baking very much. But the Great British Bake Off started again and, in true GBBO s…
Carol saved to Shortbread recipes
TV cook Mary Berry reveals her quick and easy recipe for Yorkshire puddings - perfect with your Christmas roast dinner
Sue Chaplin saved to Mary Berry
While she might not be appearing on future seasons of The Great British Bake Off, you can still get your Mary Berry fix trying out her recipes at home. Ready, set, bake.
candace burgin saved to you take the cake 2
Mary Berry's Bakewell tart recipe is a winner, but I've made some changes to help those of us in US kitchens to master this dessert.
Liz Longenecker saved to Desserts
This collection of easy Mary Berry recipes will have you baking everything from biscuits and Bakewell slices to cakes and cookies with ease.
Carly Trotter saved to Baking
All the latest dinner recipe ideas for both new and experienced cooks with food and drink inspiration for main courses and meals, from House & Garden.
House & Garden Magazine UK saved to Recipes
Learn to make traditional British fruity scones with this foolproof recipe from Mary Berry. Enjoy with lashings of jam and cream for a classic cream tea. Perfect!
- • 1 Sultana