A citrussy mousse like cake from Thomasina Miers.
A seriously good cake from Thomasina Miers. if you like serve with some whipped cream or creme fraiche on the side.
A rich, moist and intense cake from Nigel Slater. Serve in thin slices with sour cream or creme fraiche. It will keep for a day or two, wrapped in cling film or foil.
This recipe from Maryam Sham won the best readers recipe award in Observer Food Monthly in 2017.
A delicious sticky cake from Sybil Kapoor.
A recipe from ” The Little Book of Marmalade” by Lucy Deedes. You can serve warm as a pudding with cream or ice cream, or cold as a cake. Or both….
A moreish cake from Anna Jones. You could replace the rosemary with orange zest or the seeds from a vanilla pod if you like.
A festive recipe from Claire Thomson.
A moist and flourless cake from Claudia Roden’s ” A New Book of Middle Eadtern Food”.
This version of an orange and almond cake from Anna Jones has a crunchy streusel topping. You can leave this out for a more traditional version.
In my view you can never have enough recipes for cherries or polenta cakes, so here is a winning combination from Nigel Slater.
A delicious cake from ” Towpath:Recipes and Stories” by Lori de Mori and Laura Jackson.
A moist spicy cake from Liam Charles.
Another delicious cake from Diana Henry,
A deliciously moist cake from ” A Change of Appetite” by Diana Henry, Serve carefully, with dollops of Greek yoghurt if wished.