Bird's Party Blog: Super Easy British (Sweet) Mince Pies Recipe

Super Easy British (Sweet) Mince Pies Recipe

Flying saucers, takes me right back to my childhood :) So glad Shakespeares Tavern in San Diego sells them.

Favourite traditional British sweets: in pictures

Flying saucers are a kind of rice paper sandwich with sherbet in the middle. It was voted Britain's all time favourite sweet. These are believed to have been first produced in the

Dolly mixtures.

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A rather more modern invention, the banoffee pie was supposedly the brainchild of the Hungry Monk restaurant in Sussex in the 1970s. Today it's often made with a biscuit crumb base, but the original recipe called for pastry.  Picture: Simon Reddy / Alamy

Famous British desserts: in pictures

A rather more modern invention, the banoffee pie was supposedly the brainchild of the Hungry Monk restaurant in Sussex in the Today it's often made with a biscuit crumb base, but the original recipe called for pastry.

Bird's Party Blog: Super Easy British (Sweet) Mince Pies Recipe

Super Easy British (Sweet) Mince Pies Recipe

Super Easy British (Sweet) Mince Pies Recipe - try with shortcrust frozen pastry & vegan mincemeat, with snowflake lids

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Super Easy British (Sweet) Mince Pies Recipe

According to Wikipedia, a mince pie or also known as mincemeat pie is a traditional festive British sweet pastry, usually consumed during the Christmas and New Year period. Mince Pies normally have...

Mince Pies

According to Wikipedia, a mince pie or also known as mincemeat pie is a traditional festive British sweet pastry, usually consumed during the Christmas and New Year period. Mince Pies normally have a pastry top, but versions may.

My Grannies favorite..Battenberg cake is said to have been invented in 1884, in honour of the marriage of Queen Victoria's granddaughter, Victoria of Hesse-Darmsadt, to the German prince Louis of Battenberg. Like Coronation Chicken, created for our Queen's coronation nearly 70 years later, it was so popular it never went away.  Picture: Bon Appetit / Alamy

Famous British desserts: in pictures

Battenberg supposedly invented in in honour of the marriage of Queen Victoria's granddaughter, Victoria of Hesse-Darmsadt, to the German prince Louis of Battenberg.

Bird's Party Blog: Super Easy British (Sweet) Mince Pies Recipe

Super Easy British (Sweet) Mince Pies Recipe

Can You Identify These British Sweets Without The Wrapper? (11)

Can You Identify These British Sweets Without The Wrapper?

filipino dessert recipes with pictures, fast and easy dessert recipes, limoncello dessert recipes - Shortbread recipe from The WI Cookbook. This buttery, sweet shortbread is perfect for Christmas, or at any time with a cup of tea.

Crumbly, sweet and melts in the mouth, this shortbread recipe has stood the test of time, being first published in the WI publication Home and Country in December It's the perfect biscuit to accompany a cup of tea.

Christmas biscuits and cookies - Gingerbread house - goodtoknow

Shortbread star biscuits - Christmas biscuits and cookies

Sweet and fruity raspberry and passion fruit pastilles are much easier to make than they look, made with real fruit, cubed and tossed in a little sugar

British sweet rationing 1940-1953  You could rarely buy sweets (candy) so people turned to making their own favourites. Make your own sweets from wartime recipes.

British sweet rationing 1940-1953 - Make your own sweets (candy) from wartime recipes.

At the start of foodstuff, clothing and many items were rationed. Sweets gave a feeling of normality as the population suffered nightly bombing raids and widespread deaths.

Eton Mes, a lightly sweet-old fashioned British dessert

Eton Mess and Any Time for Treats

Jelly Babies were first launched by British sweetmakers' Bassett's as "Peace Babies" in 1918, to commemorate the end of the First World War.

Favourite traditional British sweets: in pictures

Miss Foodwise | Celebrating British food and culture

Hot Cross Buns through Paganism, Christianity and Superstition. - Miss Foodwise

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