TV’s biggest baking showdown might be coming to an end (sob!), but don’t hang up your pinny just yet! We’ve checked out your most-wanted autumn baking recipes and put them together for you in a neat little list. Rolling pins at the ready!
These impressive pastel-coloured macaroons are easier to make than they look and have a moreish chewy texture. Serve with steaming hot tea in dainty cups for the perfect mid-afternoon treat.
Great for making with kids, these maple syrup flapjacks will be gone before you know it. With just four ingredients, this recipe won’t break the bank, and these flapjacks are ideal for little lunchboxes.
A Cornish pasty is the kind of comfort food autumn is made for. Filled with juicy strips of sirloin steak and flavoursome swede and potato, this savoury feast is encased in tempting, golden pastry.
The sight of a scone can only mean one thing: clotted cream and jam are not far from the scene. Rustle up these classic British scones in under 40 minutes, and the smell of baking will have the neighbours knocking on your door for a cuppa!
Muffins aren’t just for snack times – they’re for breakfast time too. These honey and raisin muffins made with dark brown sugar and a hint of cinnamon will make autumn mornings taste brilliant. Ready in just over 30 minutes, they’re a seriously easy bake.
It can be tricky to master this buttery British biscuit, but this handy how-to video gives you a step-by-step breakdown. Once you’ve whipped up a batch of this old-fashioned shortbread, put your feet up on the sofa and tuck straight in. Cup of tea too? Yes, it’s the law.
Swirls of chocolate and vanilla sponge come together in this showstopper of a cake. Topped with chocolate ganache and chocolate crispies, this tempting marble cake is great for sharing
Why make a standard cheesecake when you can make a chocolate-orange one? Topped with clementines, this decadent version has a chocolately ginger biscuit base, and a dark chocolate-orange filling.
Got a glut of blackberries this autumn? Use them in these cute individual crumbles with some rhubarb and lime for an added flavour twist.
Darker nights roll in with autumn, but so does the wonder that is pastry. Get your shortcrust fix with this cherry tomato and basil quiche, complete with Cheddar tang. Hot pastry, straight from the oven? Don’t mind if we do.