Mary berry shortbread recipes recipes

Millionaires Shortbread

Millionaires Shortbread

I did add a little bit of homemade salted caramel that had been hanging around in the back of the fridge for quite a while now – there was only two tablespoons worth added so I haven’t added it to the recipe below (which was adapted from Mary Berry’s recipe) but the subtle saltiness that came through was enough for me to want to try out a recipe using only salted caramel in the near future
Buttery Shortbread

Buttery Shortbread

I pulled my Mary Berry Baking Bible down from the shelf and found her shortbread recipe. I should realise when I read a Mary Berry recipe that she knows what she is talking about and not ignore her instructions
How to Make Lavender Shortbreads

How to Make Lavender Shortbreads

Based on the wonderful Mary Berry’s recipe in her timeless Fast Cakes, this is a real teatime treat. An English summer afternoon is not a proper summer afternoon without afternoon tea, and afternoon tea is not afternoon tea without shortbread
Easy Peasy Chocolate Fudge Cake

Easy Peasy Chocolate Fudge Cake

Dairy Milk Caramel Shortbread. I took inspiration from a recipe by Mary Berry, from her 101 cake and bakes cook book, but tweaked it slightly to give my own spin on things
Cappuccino Fudge Cake

Cappuccino Fudge Cake

from a recipe by Mary Berry. Millionaire's Salted Caramel Shortbread. Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu
Spicy Chicken with Zesty Rice Salad

Spicy Chicken with Zesty Rice Salad

Adapted from recipes by Mary Berry. Chocolate Shortbread with White Chocolate Drizzle. Other salad recipes on the blog include Quick Pasta Salad, Spicy Chickpea Salad, BBQ Chicken Salad, Sun-Dried Tomato Pasta Salad and Grilled Vegetable Pasta Salad
Edible flowers

Edible flowers

Scented roses, lavender (see Mary Berry’s hugely popular recipe for Lavender Shortbread), thyme, primrose, sweet cicely and begonias, borage for example
Five festive frugal things I did this week #16

Five festive frugal things I did this week #16

I used an old faithful recipe from the Mary Berry Christmas Collection*, where the pastry gets a lift from adding a bit of icing sugar and the grated zest of half an orange (recipe is also in this article)