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Don your pinny and get baking. Everybody's doing it. We have a plethora of advice, cake and bread recipes and baking classes for those of you wanting to hone your skills.
So you want bake eye-poppingly, jaw-droppingly beautiful cakes? Then you want to follow these expert tips.
If there’s one trend that’s captured the nation’s imagination recently, it’s baking. For all you baking mad folk, here’s our baking guide to the right kit for novices and keen cooks alike.
Ready in 30 minutes
These are individual cakes, but if you prefer you can use a 23cm cake tin and bake for 1 hour, until a skewer comes out clean.
Phil Vickery's gluten-free recipe has no flour and relies on almonds and eggs to get a lovely pudding. The centre will sink considerably but that’s quite normal.
Ready within the hour
An easy foolproof chocolate cake recipe. You could also fill it with whipped cream and jam instead of chocolate icing.
Phil Vickery's gluten-free cake recipe is really rather good. The glycerine helps to keep the sponge soft, as does the butter.
Carrot cake is a moist, moreish and incredibly popular recipe. Who would have thought that one of your favourite desserts would be made from common garden vegetables!
This sweet and sticky treacle tart is fun to make - but much more fun to eat!
These white chocolate muffins are simple to make and will treat a crowd.
Ready in over an hour
A fruit loaf made from parsnips? Whatever next! (Oh, did we mention how ruddy lovely it tastes?)
Good lemon curd gives this easy recipe for Easter sponge cake the edge. Bake it and enjoy for dessert or with an afternoon cuppa.
Enjoy baking? This beautiful apple tart tastes as good as it looks. You can also use pears instead of apples.
A sumptuous, rich and moist chocolate cake. To decorate the cake, we used edible rice paper daisies from Jane Asher Party Cakes.
Think American diners... think steaming hot coffee... think cherry pie.
Nothing beats homemade bread, and it’s a lot easier to make than you might think. Master the basic white loaf, then try the easy flavoured breads. Before you know it, you'll be giving Delia a run for her money!
Bread: savoury or sweet, there's nothing quite like it. It's the King of Comfort Food. As the credit crunch puts paid to treats, get back to basics with a bit of home baking and fill your abode with the loveliest of aromas.
From the cupcake craze to a summer scone, we're going back to baking. Rise to the occasion by taking part in one of these classes around the UK.
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Hi Joyce, this wonderful recipe is online. If you type the recipe into the search at the top right-hand corner of this site, it wil display. Regards, Debra, web editor
How can I get the sausage and Egg picnic pie that was in Aug issue, unfortunately I lost my copy. Thank you
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