An easy treat, and very quickly made from store-cupboard ingredients.
If you’re a first time bread maker this is the place to start.
This bread gets its light texture and superb flavour from mixing Marriage’s Finest Plain white flour, with buttermilk and bicarbonate of soda.
Homemade pasta is fairly simple to make if you have a food processor and a pasta roller/cutter, and is a good way to get children into cooking.
A very easy, well-loved recipe. The garlic butter can be made in batches and kept in the freezer.
These moreish biscuits are cheesy, crumbly and delicious with drinks
This bread gets its light texture and superb flavour from mixing Marriage’s Golden Wholegrain Plain flour with buttermilk and bicarbonate of soda.
Homemade pizza is perfect for a relaxed supper – just add toppings of your choice!
Rather addictive biscuits that are chocolately, nutty, and oaty at the same time yet not too sweet.
Homemade Brownies are the ultimate treat, simply irresistible.
Very rich and more-ish, but easy to make in a food processor.
Warm scones served with thick, clotted cream and jam are always a treat. Quick and simple to make, they are perfect for afternoon tea.
This quick and simple loaf cake gains its rich taste from the combination of apricots and marzipan.
Packed with fresh or frozen fruit (use straight from the freezer), these muffins are great for coffee time, lunchboxes and picnics.
A deliciously spicy, sticky dark ginger cake; quickly made by melting and mixing.
A classic cake that has a moist, rich texture, but is not too sweet. the creamy topping and filling are flavoured with orange.
Good to eat and fun to make! The shapes can be decorated after baking with icing pens, silver balls and edible decorations then hung from fine ribbons or raffia.
A pancake recipe ideal for Shrove Tuesday. Serve with plenty of wedges of lemon, plus caster sugar for sprinkling.
Crisp, buttery almond biscuits sandwiched with a fresh raspberry filling are perfect for Valentine's Day. The dough is quickly and easily made in a food processor, and unblanched almonds give a good, rich flavour.
Not just for gingerbread people – look out for cutters in the shape of a princess, pony, teddy bear, star, or letters of the alphabet. The dough is made in a saucepan and mixed with a wooden spoon. After baking you can have fun with the icing pens, silver balls, choc chips, Smarties, hundreds and thousands!
You simply can’t buy a cake that tastes as good as this: a buttery yet light sponge cake with a rich coffee taste and aroma, crunchy walnuts and a bittersweet coffee icing laden with more nuts.
A classic vanilla-scented sponge cake sandwiched with plenty of raspberry or strawberry jam. Add fresh berries and whipped cream for a special treat.
Made with an extra-light shortcrust pastry using light brown flour for flavour, topped with the well-loved and sticky combination of golden syrup and bread crumbs, plus grated Bramley apple for a lighter texture and zing.
A very simple, quickly made cake using fresh fruit - cranberries, plus raisins and pecans.
Soft and chewy, these delicious oaty, raisin cookies are a tasty treat at any time of day. This quick and simple recipe is fun for children to make too.
These wholesome, easy to make muffins are packed with blueberries and bananas – enjoy for breakfast or a coffee time snack.
Easy to make - cut into squares for a teatime treat!
These never fail and are an easy one to whip up for surprise visitors.
A real treat – a very light, moist and utterly irresistible sponge pudding with a little spice plus a sticky, nutty topping!
The rich flavours and natural sweetness of beetroot and Golden Wholegrain flour add balance to dark chocolate and walnuts - great additions to a well-loved classic.
A really easy bake – all the ingredients are quickly stirred together in a bowl. The simple glossy glaze is poured over while the cake is hot. Use crisp, tart dessert apple for the best flavour and texture.