Lincolnshire Plum Loaf, first created in 1901 is a speciality of that county. It’s a rich and fruity bread that is often served with cheese. It tastes so good.
Recipes for yeasted baking, breads, rolls, buns, brioche and yeasted pastries
A Cheese & Spring Onion Quick Bread Loaf is so easy to make and is full of those rich flavours. Perfect served warm or cold this one is a winner.
Cherry Scones, using glace cherries, are a lovely variant to other fruit scones. With a hint of almond extract added too they really do taste very good indeed.
I saw a lovely recipe on The Bread Kitchen that I have enjoyed for many years. That is by Titli Nihaan who really does a great job with her recipes. This particular one, for Polar Bread is one that I have wanted to try for quite some time. Though the recipe was posted a good […]
A Bloomer is a large loaf, shaped as an oblong with some slashes in the top. It is perfect for sandwiches. I do love a nice Bloomer for my lunchtime sandwiches. I have made a Cheese Bloomer in the past but today I decided to add even more flavour into the bread, with some garlic […]
A lovely soft enriched dough makes this Brioche Loaf perfect for sandwiches, French Toast or even Bread and Butter Pudding, all of which are delicious
Soft and sweet these popular Puerto Rican buns are so tasty and perfect for snacking, or even filling. My sister Margaret, who lives in Canada, suggested that I try Mallorca Bread, buns that are very popular in Puerto Rico. I read up a little on the buns and found that they are very similar to […]
Soft and fluffy potato burger buns, so much better than those store bought ones. My sister Margaret suggested that I might like to make some burger buns, using mashed potato in the dough. It seems, from her information that such buns, and dinner rolls are becoming increasingly popular. The texture of the resultant buns are, […]
A great alternative, at Easter these Hot Cross Scones have that tradional Easter flavour but with the wonderful scone texture, associated with so many afternoon teas. Having made the traditional Hot Cross Buns for both my blog and my Youtube channel in previous years I decided to try something a little different for this year. […]
Soft bun, fresh cream with strawberry jam and topped with icing. What could be better for afternoon tea? One of the first things I baked when I started my blog in 2014 was Iced Buns. I decided to make them again, this time with a video. I hadn’t intended to make them today, but after […]