For the final technical challenge Mary Berry asked the bakers to make this simple sponge with homemade jam and buttercream – without a recipe. For this recipe you will need two sandwich tins, an electric mixer and piping bag fitted with plain nozzle.
Sticky, gooey and surprisingly light and easy, Mary's sticky toffee pudding is a winner. Baked in a large dish, this is a family-sized pudding, spooned out or cut into squares to serve. For this recipe you will need a ovenproof dish and an electric whisk.
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Mary Berry's Lavender Shortbread recipe made quick & easy
Bring the flavours of Easter to your kitchen with Mary's moreish hot cross buns. For this recipe you will need a piping bag fitted witha fine nozzle, but if you don't have a nozzle you could use a piping bag and snip the end off.