Mary berry white chocolate ganache recipes

My Strawberry Meringue Layer Cake

My Strawberry Meringue Layer Cake

For the White Meringues (Adapted from a recipe by Mary Berry). Before we begin, this was the original Mary Berry recipe that this cake was inspired by
Cadbury's Creme Egg Cake

Cadbury's Creme Egg Cake

I started using Mary Berry's chocolate cake recipe. Finally for the top I made a white chocolate and milk chocolate ganache
Mocha & salted caramel Angel food cake

Mocha & salted caramel Angel food cake

I used Mary Berry’s basic sponge recipe, but I have added a little chocolate to the sponge mixture. I went for a sponge that was speckled with chocolate, coated in a dark chocolate and coffee ganache and finished with salted caramel and caramelised hazelnuts
Macarons vs Macaroons

Macarons vs Macaroons

I wonder if Catherine de Medici’s successor, Mary Queen of Scots as French queen brought it in her year-long reign as Queen of France
Easy Digger Cake Idea

Easy Digger Cake Idea

I had to make our cake dairy free due to Mr Amazing’s dairy intolerance, so I used this easy Chocolate Cake recipe by Mary Berry, substituting the butter with pure sunflower dairy free spread and leaving out the ganache icing
Easter Lemon Pavlova

Easter Lemon Pavlova

It was Mary Berry after all and there was a good chance she would not lead me astray. Put the egg whites into the bowl and whisk on the highest speed of a hand whisk or stand mixer until they are stiff
An English High Tea, Fit for a Princess

An English High Tea, Fit for a Princess

Mary Berry’s Anzac Biscuits (I know, we used an English recipe for an Australian dish and, yet, we took Australian recipes for several other items, that’s how Planet Elldrew keep you and ourselves on tippy toes)
One for Mary Berry

One for Mary Berry

Using a metal spoon, stir a little of the egg whites into the chocolate mixture to slacken the mix. Whisk the egg whites until stiff peaks are formed
Chocolate Yule Log

Chocolate Yule Log

I used a Mary Berry recipe which you can find here. Unfortunately the final photo that I remembered to take shows the log on a piece of baking paper rather than the nice white plate it was displayed on later