Seasonal Fruit Crumble Cake

DessertServes 8

The perfect pudding using late summer fruit, this rustic, seasonal fruit crumble cake has a fruity, crumbly topping that is packed with sweet flavour. Using Apple & Rhubarb Juice from the team at Yorkshire Wolds Apple Juice and award-winning Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil, this easy to make cake uses rhubarb alongside fresh apples to give it a real taste of Yorkshire. For more sweet and savoury recipe inspiration visit

Cinnamon Madeleines

DessertServes 12

Simple to make and incredibly moreish, madeleines are a delicious cross between a small cake and a biscuit and this cinnamon version from the team at Rafi’s Spicebox are a teatime treat not to be missed! For more recipe inspiration visit

Farmhouse Scones

DessertServes 10

With Easter and the Coronation on the horizon, now’s the time to swot up on your scone making ahead of the spring celebrations. This Farmhouse Scone recipe from the team at Rosebud Preserves makes the perfect basic scone that can be adapted with different flavours or just smothered in their award-winning strawberry jam for a classic afternoon tea. For more recipe inspiration and to buy their range of jams and preserves online visit

Rhubarb and Blood Orange Crumble Bars

DessertServes 12

Take your Bank Holiday baking to the next level this weekend with these Rhubarb and Blood Orange Crumble Bars from the team at Harrogate based farm shop Fodder. Pairing local grown rhubarb with delicious blood oranges creates a temptingly moreish treat and a perfect project for little bakers this Easter holiday For more recipe inspiration visit

Fougasse Tear and Share Bread

Side dishServes 4

This simple and delicious tear and share bread recipe from the team at Side Oven Bakery at Foston on the Wolds in East Yorkshire is a wonderfully light dough and perfect for plunging into soup or, now the sun has returned, dunking into dipping oils in the garden with a glass of something fizzy! For more recipe inspiration and to buy their range of award-winning products online visit

Chocolate & Hazelnut Celebration Bread

DessertServes 8

Get your Easter baking underway early with this delicious and sweet celebration bread from the team at the Side Oven Bakery in Foston on the Wolds. With crunchy undertones of hazelnut this stunning bread makes a great centre piece and is perfect with a cup of a coffee. For more recipe inspiration and to buy their award winning range of flours, granolas and more online visit

Spiced Orange Sponges with Whisky Buttercream

DessertServes 3

Give your weekend baking a boozy kick with these Spiced Orange Sponges with Whisky Buttercream from Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil. Using their Cold Pressed Oil these simple sponges are filled with winter spice flavours and make the perfect teatime treat. For more recipe inspiration and to buy online visit  

Cheesey Parsnip Bread

StarterServes 6

Celebrate the very best of Great British produce with this Cheesey Parnip bread recipe from the team at award winning East Yorkshire based Side Oven Bakery. A firm favourite during the winter months with the Side Oven team, this recipe creates a delicious savoury bread – perfect for tear and share, dipping in soup or even for an extra special sandwich. For more recipe inspiration and to buy their products online visit

Blue Poppy Seed and Lemon Syrup Cake

DessertServes 8

If your lockdown baking is now in full swing why not give this deliciously zesty lemon and poppy seed cake a try from the team at Jervaulx Abbey Tearooms. Taken from their book In Their Footsteps which features a collection of the award winning tearooms favourite recipes, this is a classic teatime treat and a real crowd pleaser! For more information and to buy online visit For the cake

Sourdough Leaven

Side dish

If baking your own bread has become something of the norm for you then this simple sour dough leaven recipe from the team at the Side Oven Bakery is definitely worth a try. Once established the starter leaven is very resilient and if fed and nurtured will last for years and can be used as a base for traditional sourdough bread. This recipe uses no yeast but can be used to create a delicious loaf a wonderful crust and a dense chewy dough. For more recipe inspiration visit Ingredients and method  

Hot Cross Brioche Scroll

BreakfastServes 12

Give your traditional Easter baking a delicious twist with this hot cross brioche scroll from Rosa Fothergill at Yorkshire Tea Time, a new North Yorkshire based business providing bespoke afternoon tea parties throughout Yorkshire.

Cranberry, White Chocolate and Hazelnut Muffins

DessertServes 10

Following on from their recent appearance on BBC One’s James Martin’s Home Comforts programme, why not give these moreish muffins a whirl from Thixendale based Yorkshire Rapeseed Oil.