Mary berry coconut sponge cake recipe recipes

Classic Madeira Cake

Classic Madeira Cake

A few weeks before the birthday party I did a practice run of the cake to get to grips with using fondant icing and the recipe I’d tried out – MaryBerry’s Madeira Cake – went down so well with everyone there was no question that I’d be using it for the real thing
A Low FODMAP Christmas Dinner & A Recipe For Sage & Spring Onion Stuffing

A Low FODMAP Christmas Dinner & A Recipe For Sage & Spring Onion Stuffing

I made this one last year using MaryBerry’srecipe. Omit the sherry and cranberry sauce too. I will substitute the cream in the ganache for tinned coconut milk, and I will use whipped tinned coconut milk for the filling (if you don’t know how to do that then follow this recipe by Minimalist Baker…a favourite blog of mine)
Piña Colada Swiss Roll #GBBO bake along

Piña Colada Swiss Roll #GBBO bake along

The theme was cakes and the contestants shared their signature Swiss roll recipes, tackled a classic MaryBerry cherry cake and baked mini versions of British classics
Blackberry & Hazelnut Roulade: GBBO Week #7

Blackberry & Hazelnut Roulade: GBBO Week #7

Benjamina made a pina colada roulade which sounded really fun and her sponge was lovely and soft according to Mary, but Paul thought the coconut extract she used tasted too artificial

Dairy-free sticky toffee ginger puddings

to hear MaryBerry saying it was “to die for” is still one of the best moments in my life. Coconut cream (the thick sort you get in cartons) is sublime and when mixed with lime juice and perhaps a splash of rum

Baking, a recipe for coconut and raspberry cake

From the terrifyingly qualified and exacting Cherish Finden, whose jawdropping creations are miniature works of art, to the homeliness and failsafe recipe of the Queen of baking, MaryBerry, Lorraine Pascale's straightforward, yet impressive approach often offering a "lighter" version of classic bakes, to the truly gifted amateurs who have stepped out of their kitchens and into the spotlight that is (was
Jam and Coconut Cake

Jam and Coconut Cake

I opted for good old MaryBerry’s Victoria Sponge for the. Mary advises on the all in one method but I prefer to cream the butter and
The Wedding Cakes!

The Wedding Cakes!

Unfortunately, MaryBerry was busy writing her one thousand two hundred and fiftieth cookbook. ), Brownies, mini Victoria Sponges, tiffin, Bara Brith, Coconut Squares, Coffee and Walnut cake, battenburg, Cupcakes, Lemon Drizzle Cakes and a lovely two tier iced Fruit Cake for cutting (pictured up top)

Cooking with Coconut Oil at Christmas

Sherry perhaps in MaryBerry style, stout as Dan Lepard prefers or maybe rum like Nigella. Other countries have their own version of Christmas cake, for example Germany has Stollen, Italy it’s Panettone, Japan is a spongecake topped with cream, strawberries and chocolate and in the Philippines it’s a bright yellow pound cake that includes nuts and (similar to ours) soaked in brandy and a palm sugar and water syrup, with added orange flower water
Alphabakes Roundup - January 2013 - D

Alphabakes Roundup - January 2013 - D

  Al from Alastair’s Miscellany has dared to alter a MaryBerryrecipe – but I’m sure she would forgive him as this date and walnut loaf looks so nice
Round-Up: Tea Time Treats February 2014 = CHOCOLATE!

Round-Up: Tea Time Treats February 2014 = CHOCOLATE!

 Corina based this recipe on a MaryBerry’srecipe in the Baking Bible in the Baking for Children chapter, but used different quantities of ingredients and different types of sugar and flour
Great British Bake Off, Episode 3

Great British Bake Off, Episode 3

Stuart misread the recipe, Victoria overworked her pastry and John was worried there wasn't enough water in it, but said, "I'm not going to fiddle with MaryBerry

Random Recipes #15 - round-up

 Rhubarb and Strawberry Tart.  Coconut Milk Layer Cake. a bit of a twist is this Vik Sponge. in the centre of the room is a long table, groaning with the weight of glorious cakes of all kind