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|Bake your own hot cross buns9|
Hot Cross Buns are traditionally served on Good Friday - but they're also a popular bread snack for breakfast or afternoon tea. Try this delicious golden bun recipe with a light seasoning of cinnamon and allspice.
Cocoa powder gives this cake a rich chocolate flavour, but for an extra chocolate boost, try adding a little chopped chocolate to the batter.
|Gingerbread cupcakes with ginger glaze3|
The combination of ground, fresh and crystallised ginger gives this delicious cupcake recipe a multi-layered flavour that lovers of ginger will find irresistible. Revered in Asia for being both a stimulant and a calmative, ginger shows promise as a remedy for seasickness, morning sickness, and other stomach ills.
|Spanish orange and almond cake3|
Made with whole oranges – simmered until very tender and then finely chopped – and ground almonds, this classic Spanish cake recipe has a moist, light texture and a wonderful fresh flavour.
|Carrot and ginger muffins2|
Ginger-scented muffins full of all sorts of nutritional goodies – perfect for breakfast on the go
|Chocolate cake recipes2|
Everyone needs a good chocolate cake recipe. Whether you’re looking for decadence, simplicity or low-fat, we have delicious chocolate cake recipes to suit every occasion. Here's five of our favourites.
|Spiced Apple and Blueberry PieHere's the easiest fruit pie you could hope to make.||Daffodil cakeCelebrate the last days of summer by baking a daffodil cake – a fragrant, delicate sponge cake with swirls of yellow and white in every slice. This low fat healthy recipe is lightly flavoured with orange, and boasts one mere gram of fat per serving.||Apricot and rum brioche puddingThis glamorous dessert recipe is based on brioche and custard spiked with rum or brandy for a seductive flavour. Sultanas, dried apricots and apricot conserve provide lots of sweetness to this pudding recipe, so no sugar is needed.||Decorate cakes with aluminium foilYou can make whatever shaped cake the occasion may call for|
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