Fun to make, even more fun to eat
We’re loving these Eastery birds’ nests. Easy enough for you and the kids to make together and they also make brilliant Easter gifts. See recipe for Chocolate nests.
Want to say 'thank-you' to someone special or maybe you think you deserve a little pat on the back? Give these treats as a sign of gratitude this Easter. See recipe for Thank-you cookies.
Packed full of oats with a wicked berry kick, these flapjacks are ideal for taking on family outings. See recipe for Apple blackberry flapjacks.
Don’t let these innocent little muffins fool you – they’re extremely moreish! Due to their size, they make the perfect portable snack. See recipe for Oaty banana mini muffins.
A baking classic and firm favourite of the ginger-loving amongst us, decorate with pastel-coloured icing for added fun. See recipe for Gingerbread men.
Float away with the taste of these light, zingy cakes of goodness. They are so much fun to make too, just try not to fight over who gets to lick the bowl. See recipe for Lemon butterfly cakes.
Add a fresh berry twist to a much loved classic. Easy to make and perfect to accompany a spot of afternoon tea. See recipe for Jam tarts with fresh tarts.
Do you love anyone enough to give them your last vanilla and chocolate love heart biscuit? With this recipe it’s a dilemma that you’ll never have to face, as you can just bake some more. See recipe for Vanilla and chocolate love heart biscuits.
Who said that pancakes are just for Pancake Day? These flipping great crêpes are just too good to enjoy only once a year. With a delicious banana ice cream filling, you’ll be having seconds. See recipe for Pancakes with banana ice cream.
As if an occasion was ever needed as an excuse to make or eat cupcakes, but just in case you do, give these Easter-themed beauties a try. See recipe for Easter cupcakes.
You’ve tried hot cross buns, now find out what happens when you mix two Great British classics together. See recipe for Hot cross scones.