Bonfire night is the perfect excuse to scoff seasonal cakes, buns and brownies. We bring you some of the best
Try your hand at toffee apples with a twist. Dip the apples in toffee then in crushed ginger biscuits and mini sugar stars, or ditch the toffee altogether and dunk in melted milk chocolate (controversial, but good).
Fudgy dried apricots and toasted pumpkin seeds bring a sophisticated edge to this dark and delicious parkin. It will stay irresistibly moist for a good few days so you can make it ahead of time.
Packet cake mix and a quick marshmallow topping mean you can whip up this squidgy chocolate cake in half an hour flat.
A packet bread mix is the secret to these speedy Armagnac and prune Chelsea buns. Tear and share these good-looking treats to restore any firework-frazzled friends.
This cake is spectacularly indulgent, but after standing out all night in the cold surrounded by screaming kids and hordes of people, it’s an indulgence you definitely deserve.
Fairtrade cinnamon, Canadian maple syrup, natural yogurt and fresh apple chunks. Mmmmm. If you make them ahead of time, pop them in the microwave for 20 seconds (without the icing sugar topping) and they’ll smell freshly baked.
Homemade toffee sauce and warm pancakes – the perfect treat for any cold autumn night. Add a dollop of velvety cream and you're done.
This cake just speaks for itself ...
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