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Hot Cross Buns Recipe
Easter could not be Easter without a mound of these soft, spiced, fruity buns on Good Friday, the traditional time for eating them though they are good at any time. This recipe is an easier version than many classic recipes though it does still need a little planning to allow time for the buns to rise. But all the effort is worth it as the house fills with the scent of cinnamon.and spices.Continue to 2 of 10 below.
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Hot Cross Bun Bread and Butter Pudding
Should you, though it is doubtful you will, have any leftover Hot Cross Buns then use them up in this Bread and Butter Pudding Recipe.Continue to 3 of 10 below.
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Chocolate Macaron Recipe
Make a change from giving Easter Eggs, bake these delightful Macarons and offer them as gifts at Easter and watch the delight of those you give them to (plus they will be very impressed.
Do not be afraid of making these classy chocolate Macarons; they are not as difficult as they seem. There are a few rules to follow and if you do, you will be thrilled with the results.
Just because it is Easter, you do not have to only make chocolate Macarons, there are many flavours to... choose from.Continue to 4 of 10 below.
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Perfect Macarons Every Time
Just because it is Easter, you do not have to only make chocolate Macarons, there are many flavours to choose from.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Simnel Cake Recipe
The traditional Simnel cake is steeped in history and symbolism. The cake signifies the end of Lent and the period of fasting and abstinence. So what better way than with a cake rich with dried fruits, heady spices and luscious layers of marzipan.Continue to 6 of 10 below.
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Zingy Passion Fruit Tart Recipe
As a balance to all the chocolate, spices and marzipan whizzing around at Easter comes this sophisticated Passion Fruit Tart. The tart is a take on the classic Lemon Tart but with a touch of tangy lemon and then the sweetness of the Passion Fruit,Continue to 7 of 10 below.
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Battenberg Cake Recipe
Battenberg is such a cute cake to bake and serve at Easter, the colours reflect all the joy that Spring has finally arrived, making it something of a celebration as well as a delicious thing to eat.Continue to 8 of 10 below.
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Baileys Chocolate Cup Cake Recipe
Easter treats for Grown-Ups only. These super little cupcakes have Easter all over them with the delicious chocolate cake, Irish but it is the icing on the cake quite literally which makes these a hands-off to the kids and the topping is laced with rIrishBaileys Cream liqueur.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Chocolate Cake Recipe
This delicious, easy to make chocolate cake will soon become a firm family favourite. The recipe comes originally from Kathleen Grant, a lovely lady who died many years ago and the recipe was found by her son Robin in her hand-written recipe book.Continue to 10 of 10 below.
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Traditional Bakewell Tart Recipe
No chocolate in this one, simply lovely ground almonds topping thick raspberry jam in a rich shortcrust pastry base.All those fabulous ingredients make this a perfect tart with which to celebrate Easter.