Mary berry coffee cake tray bake recipes

Apple and Cinnamon Cake

Apple and Cinnamon Cake

from a recipe by MaryBerry. Apple Crumble, Toffee Apple Crumble, Cinnamon Apple Muffins, Apple, Ginger and Cranberry Crisp, Apple Turnovers, Chocolate Apples, German Hazelnut, Coffee and Apple Cake
Ready...set..bake!

Ready...set..bake!

As you could possibly guess from the title of this post, I'm a massive Bake Off fan and I especially love MaryBerry
Chocolate & Lime Swiss Roll: GBBO Season Five Begins!

Chocolate & Lime Swiss Roll: GBBO Season Five Begins!

The first technical challenge of the season was MaryBerry's Cherry Cake. Richard and Enwezor both used coffee and walnut as their flavours, which are a favourite of Mary's and they received good feedback from her
Cherry Bakewell Cupcakes / OXO Giveaway

Cherry Bakewell Cupcakes / OXO Giveaway

And could it get even better for the contestants working alongside the baking queen that is MaryBerry and the bread master, Paul Hollywood
Less Sinful Mince Pies

Less Sinful Mince Pies

I decided that MaryBerry's recipe looked good - I trust her for something traditional like this, and I also liked the fact that this recipe didn't use suet as I knew if I bought a whole box I wouldn't use it for anything else
Vanilla Cupcakes

Vanilla Cupcakes

My mum and MaryBerry think Flora or other soft margarine work best for vanilla cupcakes – who am I to disagree with the two best cake makers I know
J is for Japonaise

J is for Japonaise

Once I’d made and tried one they actually reminded me of an earlier recipe I baked a while back now from MaryBerry’s Baking Bible – Hazelnut Meringue Cake
Blackcurrant & Mascarpone Viennese Whirls: GBBO Week #2

Blackcurrant & Mascarpone Viennese Whirls: GBBO Week #2

They were following a MaryBerry recipe. Mary said the biscuit had simple ingredients but the bakers needed to make sure the butter was soft enough otherwise the mixture would be too stiff for piping
ANZAC Biscuits

ANZAC Biscuits

ANZAC BiscuitsThis version of ANZAC biscuits – as tradition dictates – is very close to the original recipe, and comes (loosely – we just looked at the pictures and ingredients) from a MaryBerry book found in a friend’s cupboard