A gently spiced rich and moreish cake from Dan Lepard. If you like you can spoon a little extra honey over the cake while its fot out of the oven.
This good old fashioned cake can be served warm as a pudding or cool as a cake. Its from ” Good Cooking” by Jill Dupleix
A favourite recipe from Yotam Ottolenghi’s ” Simple”.
A version of Sernyk, a traditional cheesecake eaten across poland and Ukraine, which i found in ” Summer KItchens” by Olia Hercules.
Another recipe for Blood Orange Cake- this one is from Diana Henry.
A very good cake from ” Notes from a Small Kitchen Island ” by Debora Robertson. It will keep well sealed in a tin for a few days.
An easy and delicious traybake from Jane Hornby which I found on BBC Good Food. I made it for a cake stall at my Community Orchard Open Day earlier this month and many people complemented it. The version shown in the picture is not iced as it was a hot day!
A rich and squidgy cake which provides a good hit of iron from Xanthe Clay.
An easy cake to bake from ” Cook Simple” by Diana Henry. You can use other fruit if you like, for example peaches, pears or apricots. Just be sure the fruit is tender and ripe or it wont cook .
A most delicious cake from ” Flavour” by Ruby Tandoh.
We have harvested most of the apples in our local community orchard and will be sharing the bounty amongst our members shortly. This sweet and aromatic cake is from ” Apple” by James Rich who, together with his family, has a long history of growing apples in Somerset,
A recipe from Colonsay which I found in ” A Taste of the Scottish Islands” by Sue Lawrence.
A variation on a French classic from Bake Off Finalist Tamal Ray.
A rich flourless chocolate cake from ” Old Food” by Jill Dupleix. She adapted it from a recipe by Elizabeth David in ” French Provincial Cooking”. It makes a great pudding for a spacial occasion served with creme fraiche or custard, but can also be sprinkled with icing sugar or cocoa powder and served as a cake.
A cake from Claire Ptak to serve with yoghurt or creme fraiche.