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From hot cross buns to simnel cake, baking is traditional at Easter. These Easter cake recipes will have everyone licking their lips and asking for more.
A most excellent Easter cake, with hazelnuts and marzipan. Perfect with a cup of tea.
This chocolate and caramel Easter cake recipe is perfect for Easter and tastes every bit as fantastic as it looks.
This traditional Easter cake is usually topped with 11 balls of almond paste, representing the apostles; ours has almond Easter eggs.
These chocolate nests are a perfect way to enjoy Easter, and kids will love making and eating them.
A sumptuous, rich and moist chocolate cake. To decorate the cake, we used edible rice paper daisies from Jane Asher Party Cakes.
This carrot cake recipe is the gold standard of carrot cakes – a true classic.
Hot cross buns are traditionally eaten on Good Friday, hot from the oven with lashings of butter. Try this chocolate and orange hot cross bun recipe for a bit of variation this Easter.
This rich chocolate fruit cake is packed with chocolate chunks. We’ve decorated it in a traditional way, but you can just dust it with cocoa and sugar eggs.
Gently flavoured with lavender sugar, lemon or rosemary, these gorgeous mini cakes look as good as they taste.
A decadent cake recipe strictly for the grown-ups, perfect for a lazy afternoon with friends and a large pot of tea.
There are as many versions of this apple cake recipe as there are cooks but we love this lemony one. Serve with clotted cream.
This is a classic Victoria sponge cake recipe flavoured with lemon zest and sandwiched with raspberry jam and cream – scrumptious.
Carrot cake... courgette muffins... and now we come up with chocolate beetroot cake. Crazy as it sounds these ingredients work beautifully together – we dare you to try it.
Indulge your friends and family with this luscious cake.
This marbled cherry and almond cake will go down a storm at any dinner party.
This moist ginger cake is a great treat for elevenses, or for a snack while you're on the go. The rich taste of the ginger will leave your taste buds tingling.
This clever recipe makes the best chocolate egg you'll ever lay eyes on. See our tip for details of where to buy egg moulds.
These chocolate Easter truffles are a sophisticated alternative to a shop-bought Easter egg. Kids can help you make these delightful sweets and decorate the 'nest'.
These pretty biscuits will be a hit with all generations and they're so easy to make.
A crisp chocolate shell filled with spiced salted carmel – these Easter eggs are truly special.
This version of the traditional Easter cake uses only golden-hued fruits, such as apricots, pears and sultanas. It's juicy and moist - perfect with a strong cup of tea
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