The real trick with these brownies is to make sure you don't overcook them as you want them to be all soft and squidgy inside.
Flapjacks make a great breakfast if you're in a hurry, and the best thing about them is that you can put whatever fruit you like in them.
Lemon butter biscuits
These lovely light biscuits are really easy to make and taste delicious.
This recipe will make buttery, crumbly, delicious squares of simple shortbread, but, if you’re feeling adventurous, why not try replacing the citrus zest with a bit of lavender to take it to the next level.
Banana and cinnamon muffins with an oaty topping
These are a great treat for breakfast or are lovely for tea time too.
Butternut cupcakes with a frosty top
You might think I'm mad using butternut squash to make cakes, but it's really just like using carrots as the two vegetables are very similar - I've simply swapped carrots for squash. The skin of a butternut squash goes deliciously chewy and soft when cooked, so there's no need to peel it off. Give these cakes a go - they're a perfect naughty-but-nice treat.
Classic Victoria sponge with all the trimmings
This is a classic cake recipe that is perfect for birthdays, special occasions or simply for afternoon tea.
Spinach and goat's cheese muffins
These muffins are quick and easy to make – feel free to swap in different types of cheese, depending on what you like.
Tea-party fairy cakes
These fairy cakes are made using a simple sponge recipe, but then you can take the basic cakes in so many different ways by making a variety of icings and toppings.
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