Make someone's birthday extra special with one these beautiful birthday cake recipes.
Looking for comfort food ready in 30 minutes? This toad in the hole is super easy and baked entirely in the air-fryer! Serve with your favourite green veg and plenty of gravy.
When it comes to celebrating a special occasion, there is nothing better than tucking into a slice of classic chocolate cake. The ultimate indulgence, a rich, velvety ganache takes this dessert to the next level
Fun, festive cake pops are a great way to celebrate Christmas and get the kids busy in the kitchen. If stored in an airtight container these cake pops will last for up to one week, but for best results we advise gifting them soon after making.
If you're looking to impress your guests with a Middle Eastern-inspired dish, look no further than Maqluba. Topped with juicy vine tomatoes and garnished with vibrant pomegranate seeds, this dish is as beautiful as it is flavourful.
Jamie says: ‘I’ve given the humble upside-down cake a pretty pink twist, using bang-in-season forced rhubarb, and some orange and ginger for game-changing flavour. Using my all-in-one cake mix, it’s so easy to knock together but looks really impressive – perfect for treating your mum this Mother's Day.’
Simple yet stunning, these pretty little classic cakes are a sensation every time
Birthday cake isn’t just for birthdays! These thick vanilla pancakes are stacked with layers of raspberry jam and buttercream. Top with sprinkles for extra luck.
Transform your favourite cake into a healthy snack. Made with peanut butter and bananas, these carrot cake bars are a great on-the-go nibble.
Happy Thanksgiving! Celebrate with a big slice of Derek's vegan apple pie.
Wow your guests with this gingerbread masterpiece – a stunning alternative to traditional Christmas cake
Sit back and relax with a slice of this spectacular s’mores layer cake, topped with crispy little meringues and a decadent drizzle of dark chocolate. Heaven!
The impressive gluten-free fruitcake is elegant, delicious, and easy to prepare
Just a pinch of spice is enough to bring this chocolate fudge cake up a notch, making the perfect sweet, warming treat
Turn shop-bought sponges into this devilishly delicious chocolate cauldron cake! Kids will love helping decorate with green jelly, edible eyes and chocolate fingers – spooktastic!
The warming hug-in-a-sip hot toddy was the inspiration behind these dessert canapé cakes made with honey, lemon and whisky.
Add some Thai-inspired flavours to your Christmas party with these simple mini crab cakes, served with a tangy lime and sweet chilli sauce. Totally dairy- and gluten-free, these use tinned crab loaded with chilli, ginger and coriander for a quick canapé.
Not just for Christmas Day, try Brussels sprouts in these spicy sprout and potato cakes for a festive canapé. Mix shredded sprouts with smooth mash and flavour with garlic, chilli, ginger and spices for crispy, Indian-inspired party food.
Use up that jar of miso that's lurking at the back of the fridge with this delicious apple cake recipe.
Upside down and peachy all over, this delicious cake has a hint of almond for a nutty flavour
Jamie says: "These muffins are a delicious way to pack more veg and fruit into lunchboxes – each one gives kids 1 portion of their 5-a-day".
This vegan chocolate fudge cake is an absolute showstopper. The iced cake will keep in the freezer for up to 3 months, so you can freeze any leftovers and enjoy at a later date.
The biggest trend on TikTok right now? Turning shop-bought cakes into show-stoppers! Here’s how – without even turning on the oven
This easy cake hack uses shop-bought sponges as a handy trick, buy the other ingredients and frost the cake yourself for a show-stopping centrepiece without all the effort
Channel all of the autumnal flavours of a classic apple crumble with this fruity crumble cake recipe. Made with juicy Gala apples, tangy blackberries and a pinch of cinnamon, it's a great lunchbox treat or afternoon pick-me-up
Now here's a dessert that parents will love just as much as the kids! Reminiscent of the delightful puddings from school, and oh so easy to make, these simple bakes are a no-brainer
A bake that uses minimal flour and sugar which helps keep the cost down, these are your go-to bakes if you fancy a sweet treat in a hurry
Eccles cakes are little pastry pies filled with currants, mixed peel and spices. Delicious with a cup of tea!
This beautiful summer cake makes a great afternoon tea treat or post-barbecue dessert. It's made up of three fatless sponges sandwiched together with an elderflower-spiked cream and fresh strawberries and raspberries - delicious!
Make a cake fit for a queen! This chocolate biscuit crown cake is an absolute show-stopper
Polenta cake is one of the easiest bakes to make and this fruit-filled gluten-free recipe is one the best around. Ripe plums retain moisture as lemon zest adds a pleasant citrus tang to proceedings. Perfect for a Saturday afternoon.
This dazzling and delicious nectarine upside-down showstopper cake is sure to impress and makes the perfect Mother's Day bake
This decadent chocolate fudge cake is the perfect bake when there's something to celebrate
Jamie Oliver says, "Nutty bulgur wheat and creamy feta turn these crispy savoury cakes into something really special. Harissa gives them a nice hum of chilli, while the mint and lemon add freshness and zing."