Bake these 4-ingredient flapjacks – they're easy to make and ready in half an hour. Add chocolate drops, desiccated coconut or sultanas, if you like
Golden syrup dumplings are an indulgent Australian speciality - perfect served with custard
A simple baked version of this classic childhood pudding, with a zesty treacle sauce forming an irresistible puddle at the bottom
These iconic biscuits were originally made to send to the ANZACs (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) serving in Gallipoli
Sweetening the apples with apricot jam and orange juice makes it twice as fruity and adding a little syrup to the oaty crumble makes great little chewy clusters
Even the smallest hands can help make these gingerbread men – perfect for Christmas. You can use raisins, sultanas or Smarties to decorate
This is a great recipe to get the kids in the kitchen - they'll enjoy the results too
These sweet and sticky treats are best made a day in advance - perfect if you need to get ahead for a bake sale
Nothing beats the crunch of a toffee apple on a crisp autumnal evening, and these taste so much better than shop bought
Wonderfully moist and reminiscent of an old-fashioned gingerbread. Heat up a thick slice in the microwave and have it for pud with a dollop of custard
This sticky traditional golden syrup pudding is given the traybake treatment. Slice into bars and serve at a party or picnic
Make a sweet heart for your sweetheart - it doesn't matter if it's Valentine's Day or not
A great dessert to feed a crowd at the end of a Sunday lunch - it's like a baked version of a steamed syrup sponge
Making your own caramel requires care and attention, but the resulting bubbly, crunchy cinder toffee is worth it.
A syrupy basin pudding with a moist sponge and sticky sauce- a Great British tradition with retro charm
Hidden rice puffs give reader Pamela Johnson's butterscotch chocolate chip biscuits a good crunch
A reader from North Devon shares a recipe that’s been a family favourite for over 40 years
If your kids prefer other dried fruit to apricots and pears then it’s fine to substitute – try raisins, cranberries, blueberries or papaya.
This syrupy twist on Christmas pud takes no time to prepare and can be steamed or made in the microwave.