Mary Berry's Pear Frangipane Tart
Mary Berry's pear frangipane tart is perfect for a party served warm with cream or creme fraiche. You can use shopbought pastry if time is short
Mary Berry’s Tuiles with Chocolate Mousse
Pretty and delicately decorated, these biscuits are baked quickly and shaped as soon as they come out of the oven. If they start to harden, becoming too firm to bend before you have a chance to shape them all, just return the sheet to the oven for 30–60 seconds to soften. You can bake them all and then freeze some, or keep the mixture in the fridge for 3–4 days to make fresh tuiles when wanted.
Mary Berry Cooks: Rich chocolate tray bake with feathered icing
This is a great cake for a birthday party for the young as they love the sweetness of milk chocolate. And of course you can decorate it however you like – try topping it with sweets, chopped chocolate bars, marshmallows or lots of candles!
Mary Berry Chocolate Cupcakes
This foolproof Mary Berry chocolate cupcake recipe is pure chocolate indulgence. Children will love to decorate with chocolate strands and chocolate decorations.
Mary Berry special: Coffee and walnut butterfly cakes
The combination of coffee and walnut is always popular. For these small cakes I’ve used the all-in-one method, which really simplifies cake-making and, I think, makes it much more foolproof.
Mary’s Viennese whirls recipe
Push the boat out with these melt-in-the-mouth biscuits filled with homemade jam and vanilla buttercream. For this recipe you will need a piping bag, a medium star nozzle, a large star nozzle, 3 baking sheets
Mary Berry's Chocolate Fudge Cake | Baking Recipes | GoodtoKnow
Mary Berry's chocolate fudge birthday cake is a very close-textured ‘fudgy’ cake that needs no filling. Topped with chocolate icing it's an easy winner