Eight mouthwatering recipes for home-made cakes from the kitchens of National Trust places in the Midlands.
Make your own honey cake with this National Trust recipe from Hanbury Hall.
Why not try out wartime carrot cake recipe - a perfect treat to accompany a warming cuppa?
Victoria sponge cake is a classic favourite and one of the simplest sponge cake recipes. It is named after Queen Victoria, who is said to have eaten a slice of this with afternoon tea.
This light cake contains no refined sugar at all, the sweetness all comes from a whole jar of Charlecote honey.
Make your own courgette, lime and ginger cake with this National Trust recipe from Lyveden.
We collect our apples and use them in our cakes and bakes. Try this recipe for yourself.
Use fresh rhubarb in this recipe and enjoy a taste of Longshaw in your own home.
Make your own Strawberry Victoria Sponge with this National Trust recipe from White Peak.
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