Mary berry baked egg custard recipes

mary berry's perfect victoria sandwich

mary berry's perfect victoria sandwich

Then I added the rest of the ingredients - the eggs, flour and baking powder. It is versatile - you can sandwich the layers with different flavours of jam, cream, custard, lemon curd, or whatever filling that you like
Mary Berry’s Austrian Chocolate Cake

Mary Berry’s Austrian Chocolate Cake

Put the egg whites in a bowl and whisk until they form soft peaks. It’s a rich chocolaty moist brownie-like cake and although it is a cake, it’s the type of cake you could serve for dessert with some cream on the side, which we did, or some custard, which we did the next day, or some ice cream, which we eventually managed with our final slice
Pear Apple and Almond Cake

Pear Apple and Almond Cake

Such as this Pear, Apple and Almond Cake, a twist on a MaryBerry favourite. Beat together the flour, ground almonds, baking powder, sugar, eggs, almond extract and melted butter in a large bowl
Tarte Au Citron – Lemon Tart

Tarte Au Citron – Lemon Tart

I made the sweet shortcrust pastry – Pâte sucrée the old-fashioned way – using my hands and a butter knife, where as MaryBerry uses a food processor
My Strawberry Meringue Layer Cake

My Strawberry Meringue Layer Cake

Before we begin, this was the original MaryBerry recipe that this cake was inspired by. Once baked, leave to cool completely
Glazed Banana Bread

Glazed Banana Bread

I pinched the spices from Your Sunny Side Up Banana Bread and adapted non other than a MaryBerry recipe

2016 Recipe Disasters!

Add to it those rosemary red chilli breadcrumbs and no, just no. Even my fresh berry compote couldn't save those pancakes

These are a few of my favourite things #57

Chicken thighs Normande- by Claire/MaryBerry. Believe it or not that chicken, although it looks deliciously deep fried, is in fact baked
Rhubarb and Ginger Cake with Kenwood kMix

Rhubarb and Ginger Cake with Kenwood kMix

I have based this cake on the wonderful MaryBerry's Ginger and Treacle Spiced Traybake but have transformed it into a cake with added flavours
Great British Bake Off, Episode 4

Great British Bake Off, Episode 4

MaryBerry's Crème Caramel. Mary said she had only used potato flour in drop scones and Hollywood admitted to having never used the stuff at all, having always avoided it "like the plague" due to its high starch content, but, in characteristic fashion, he still had plenty to opine about it
Rose & Raspberry Eclairs: GBBO Week #7

Rose & Raspberry Eclairs: GBBO Week #7

Christine also saved herself with a fantastic selection of puff pastry goodies including Eccles Cakes and Fresh Fruit Baskets which Paul and Mary thought were well baked, delicious and unique with great flavour