Mary berry crumble recipes

Winter Crumble Tart

I made this MaryBerry recipe for Winter Crumble Tart for a Sunday lunch and there was not a slice left – it was so delicious and I can understand why it is one of Mary’s favourite dishes
Nutty apple crumble

Nutty apple crumble

I took crumble topping inspiration from the Queen of Bake Off herself, MaryBerry – her recipe is here
Peaches, Cream, Almond, Honey and Crumble

Peaches, Cream, Almond, Honey and Crumble

That'll be the non-stick rounded fluted tin used in the MaryBerry's Cherry Cake Technical Challenge rather than Stormin' Norman's Swiss Roll skateboard presentation platter
LE CREUSET CRUMBLE

LE CREUSET CRUMBLE

As far as my MaryBerry skills go, I can cook up an epic stir-fry and dish a mean chilli but when it comes to baking I'm more of a freezer aisle kind of girl
Coffee and Walnut cake

Coffee and Walnut cake

Unlike MaryBerry's version. the reason I finally crumbled was it the first technical challenge in. This is the cake Mr
Day One on The Advent Calendar & Tea Time Treats Birthday Cake Round-Up

Day One on The Advent Calendar & Tea Time Treats Birthday Cake Round-Up

And the winner of the LOVELY book, MaryBerry’s Ultimate Cake Book, goes to……….  Vanessa from Cakes and Teacups for her LOVELY Black Forest Gateau, as this was the FIRST time she has ever attempted anything like this, and she will really benefit from the Mary Bery book as a novice cake maker, plus, her Black Forest Gateau was GORGEOUS
Millionaires Shortbread

Millionaires Shortbread

I did add a little bit of homemade salted caramel that had been hanging around in the back of the fridge for quite a while now – there was only two tablespoons worth added so I haven’t added it to the recipe below (which was adapted from MaryBerry’s recipe) but the subtle saltiness that came through was enough for me to want to try out a recipe using only salted caramel in the near future
Cheese & Marmite Pinwheel Biscuits: GBBO Week #2

Cheese & Marmite Pinwheel Biscuits: GBBO Week #2

This week's technical challenge was another MaryBerry recipe - Florentines. Mary wanted them to either have a nice crumble or nice snap depending on the type of biscuit
Easy Chilli

Easy Chilli

Having said that, assisting MaryBerry demonstrate at a county show, when I was still a student was a perk, as she was lovely and kind to a newbie as I was back then
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
Top 10 best dessert recipes

Top 10 best dessert recipes

Hana baked this one from a cheesecake recipe by MaryBerry. I’ve made several gorgeous muffins from our Cornucopia Cookbook but my favourite has to be White Chocolate and Raspberry, too good for words
courgette, spinach and feta filo tarts.

courgette, spinach and feta filo tarts.

makes eight♥ one courgette♥ one white onion, chopped♥ 100g spinach, roughly torn♥ 15g pine nuts♥ 75g feta, crumbled♥ eight sheets of filo pastry (ready made is fine, i won't tell maryberry)♥ one egg, beaten♥ salt and pepper to season♥ a little olive oil or spray to prevent sticking. 100g spinach, roughly torn♥ 15g pine nuts♥ 75g feta, crumbled♥ eight sheets of filo pastry (ready made is fine, i won't tell maryberry)♥ one egg, beaten♥ salt and pepper to season♥ a little olive oil or spray to prevent sticking
lemon zest scones

lemon zest scones

The ones i'm sharing here today are a new MaryBerry recipe and to be frank I didn't like them. having had a little break from blogging over the past few weeks, dipping in and out when i've had a moment has actually built a little confusion in my mind
Courgette Quiche with Cherry Tomatoes & Feta

Courgette Quiche with Cherry Tomatoes & Feta

Well if it’s good enough for MaryBerry it’s good enough for me. You can switch the herbs if you like, rosemary would be great and if you are a garlic lover, a clove or two would be lovely here too
Goosie Goosie Goosegogs

Goosie Goosie Goosegogs

I have been really lucky this year - a lovely local lady, Mary, has brought me in bags and bags of lovely gooseberries from her garden, so I have been able to indulge myself in some less than mainstream recipes