Mary berry fruit scone recipe recipes

Spelt Recipes

Our recipe is a MaryBerryrecipe which we have slightly adapted and used our white scone mix, you can actually make four of these cakes from one bag of our mix
Bonfire Bakes: Fat Rascals

Bonfire Bakes: Fat Rascals

Not even the combined efforts of James Bond, Sherlock Holmes and MaryBerry could possibly guess the original recipe

BBC Good Food Show London 2013

We left super early to trek it down to the other end of London as I didn’t want to miss Paul Hollywood, MaryBerry and Michel Roux Jr open the show
Traditional Fruit Scones

Traditional Fruit Scones

  I decided to have a go at these and chose to follow a recipe just slightly adapted from MaryBerry’s Baking Bible
Fruit Scones

Fruit Scones

The best recipe I've come across to date is from the one and only, MaryBerry. Serve as fresh as possible, cut in half and spread generously with your favourite jam (mine is raspberry) and top with a good spoonful of thick cream
random recipes round-up #34

random recipes round-up #34

and finally, rounding up a wonderful month of treats is Roz from The More Than Occasional Baker with these Fork Biscuits taken from MaryBerry's Ultimate Cake Book

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

Cakes from Wales...

The MaryBerryrecipe I used was very easy to follow and quick and simple to make up. Welsh Cakes from MaryBerry's Complete Cook Book, by MaryBerry

BBC Good Food Show London 2013

We left super early to trek it down to the other end of London as I didn’t want to miss Paul Hollywood, MaryBerry and Michel Roux Jr open the show

Cooking with Coconut Oil at Christmas

Sherry perhaps in MaryBerry style, stout as Dan Lepard prefers or maybe rum like Nigella. Just saying the words ‘Christmas cakes’ fills you with nostalgia and you can instantly smell the aroma of the fruits soaked in alcohol – amazing even uncooked