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You can never go wrong with classic recipes like a buttery scone or fudgy brownie, but mastering the basics can be difficult when you’re not sure where to start.
Practice however, does make perfect and we’ve rounded up our 10 most easy-to-follow recipes any beginner baker can perfect.
Scones are almost effortless, and they take less than 15 minutes in the oven. They’re great for a quick treat or handy when you have unexpected guests and want to whip up something fancier than just store-bought biscuits.
There’s nothing more comforting than the aroma of freshly baked bread making its way through your house. Get kneading with this basic bread recipe that is perfect for lazy weekends, served with butter, cheese or jam.
Say goodbye to your boxed cake mix and master this basic sponge cake that can be decorated with caramel and cream, icing sugar or a creamy chocolate ganache.
This ultimate chocolate cake will become a firm family favourite for all occasions.
These cheesy filled muffins are easy to mix together, and a great breakfast or lunch option.
Light, airy meringue accompanied by a zesty lemon custard; lemon meringue pie is an irresistible favourite with just about everyone we know.
Any beautifully baked tart or sweet pie begins and ends with a crisp, buttery pastry and the great thing about this recipe is that you can make it ahead of time, store it in the freezer and take out when needed. Perfect for milk tarts, fridge tarts or sweet pies.
Upgrade your next cheese platter by baking your own cheese straws to serve. Sprinkle with sesame seeds before baking and you’ll have an impressive recipe for success.
Cranberry seed and oat crunchies
Crunchies make excellent gifts, and are useful to have an hand for an afternoon snack or lunch box surprise.
Brownies are the chocolaty morsels you can serve for dessert and without fail, they’ll have you coming back for more!
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