Hot, buttered crumpets are a quintessentially British treat. Our homemade versions are delightfully airy and spongy in texture. They are well worth making at home. Will you enjoy yours with just butter, with a dollop of jam, or a smear of Marmite?
Making Viennetta yourself is easier than you might think. This ice cream dessert is a sparkling showpiece which is perfect for the festive period.
Butterscotch sauce is easy to make yourself, and only requires a few ingredients. A rich, creamy caramel sauce which will make your cakes and desserts even tastier.
Our take on the traditional British meat pie has a delicious filling of mince, leeks, carrots, peas and more, encased in a double pastry crust, just as a perfect meat pie should be.
An even simpler version of the classic English Eton Mess. Decadently delicious, with sweet crumbled meringues, whipped cream and tart berries.
Proper fish and chips, just like the ones you get from from the chippy, can't be beaten. Wrapped in newspaper, and accompanied by mushy peas and tartar sauce, they're a true British classic.
Making your own clotted cream is easier than you might think. With only 2 ingredients, and a little time and patience on your part. A must for your scones!
Making your own scones is not at all difficult. You only need a few ingredients and they’re ready in no time.
This sweet potato Shepherd's pie is possibly even tastier than the classic version. A delicious oven-baked dish combining minced lamb, mashed sweet potatoes and cheese.
An espresso martini is a deliciously sweet coffee cocktail which includes vodka and espresso. A super tasty iced coffee; the perfect after dinner cocktail!
Making your own scones is easy and they're ready within 20 minutes. Try our cranberry and grapefruit scones, made with yogurt and more.
A quintessential part of every afternoon tea. Enjoy these scones with thick clotted cream and jam, and of course a cup (or two) of tea! Makes around 15 scones.
This traditional dish of braised red cabbage with apple, cinnamon and bay leaves is a winter favourite. Spice up your Christmas dinner with this winter warmer. Serves at least 10 people.
Known as drop scones or Scotch pancakes (and as pikelets in Australia and New Zealand), these fluffy little pancakes make a delicious breakfast or teatime treat.