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Mary Berrys Baking Bible by Mary BerryThis definitive collection from the undisputed queen of cakes brings together all of Mary Berrys most mouth-watering baking recipes in a beautifully packaged edition. Filled with 250 foolproof recipes, from the classic Victoria Sponge, Very Best Chocolate Cake and Hazelnut Meringue Cake to tempting muffins, scones and bread and butter pudding, this is the most comprehensive baking cookbook youll ever need.
Marys easy-to-follow instructions and handy tips make it ideal for kitchen novices and more experienced cooks alike, and full-colour photographs and beautiful illustrations will guide you smoothly to baking success. Drawing on her years of experience to create recipes for cakes, breads and desserts, Mary Berrys Baking Bible will prove to be a timeless classic.
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Very Best Chocolate Fudge Cake
Have some Chocolate-tea treats! Organise a chocolate tea party to raise money to help families with seriously ill children. Method 1. Grease two 20 cm 8 in deep sandwich tins then line the base of each tin with baking parchment. Blend the cocoa and boiling water in a large bowl then add the remaining cake ingredients and beat until the mixture has become a smooth, thickish batter. Divide the cake mix equally between the prepared tins and level the surface.
Were you addicted to the bake off? Grease two 20 cm 8 in deep sandwich tins then line the base of each tin with baking parchment. Blend the cocoa and boiling water in a large bowl then add the remaining cake ingredients and beat until the mixture has become a smooth, thickish batter. Divide the cake mix equally between the prepared tins and level the surface. Bake in the pre-heated oven for about 25—30 minutes or until well risen and the tops of the cakes spring back when lightly pressed with a fi nger.
Mary Berry: easy fruit cake
Mary Berry Everyday S01E03 - Big Crowd Pleasers
A hint of coffee, a crunch of walnuts and decadent chocolate help to set these brownies apart from the rest. The secret is to take them out of the oven just before you think they are done — the middle should be soft and squidgy, not set firm. Recipe here. Strawberry jam is the perfect partner for this classic sponge cake. For extra indulgence, add a thick layer of buttercream icing. A creamy, zesty filling helps to give this cake a summery feel.