Perfect with a reviving cuppa, this cake is a keeper and will happily sit in a tin for a week or so
Spare a bit of time to bake these delicious teacakes which you can serve warm with butter for a weekend breakfast, coffee morning or afternoon tea
Fruit buns flavoured with aromatic tea and orange to be served toasted with lashings of butter
Thick, creamy mascarpone and jam on hot teacakes are perfect for afternoon tea
These classic afternoon tea nibbles are given a fruity twist and smothered in chocolate for an extra special spread
Sarah Cook’s scrummy cake is really easy and versatile – use whatever fruit you like, and you’ll make it again and again
Moist cake topped with a sticky, crunchy topping will keep your guests coming back for more
A cross between banana bread and a drizzle cake, this easy banana loaf recipe is a quick bake that can be frozen. It's great for using up overripe bananas, too.
A tea-time treat - packed with sweet honey. A great way to use up those ripe bananas too
Junior cook Emily shares her simple, no-fuss recipe for gluten-free carrot cake
A classic English sponge cake, delicately flavoured with lemon and almond - perfect for afternoon tea.
An irresistible almond sponge, studded with juicy cherries and chocolate chunks. It'll keep in your cake tin for a few days – if it lasts that long!
Capture the essence of summer in this simple elderflower loaf cake with a crunchy drizzle. This easy bake is great for sharing
Kids can help make this simple springtime treat – delicious with extra lemon curd and yogurt as a pud, or serve with a cuppa
Get children aged 8-14 inspired in the kitchen by making an afternoon tea treat
This recipe is naturally sweetened with fruit and an optional drizzle of agave syrup meaning less added sugar is required in this banana bread
Use up a garden glut in this sweet, spiced sponge loaf - the hidden veg keeps it moist and walnuts add crunch
The combination of lime and ginger gives the classic drizzle cake a modern twist
Sweetened with all-natural xylitol, this sponge has a dense, syrupy texture and keeps well for a few days
A kind of right-way-up upside down cake - a perfect teatime treat. You can make it in a roasting tin, too
Bake a simple and stunning carrot cake with cream cheese frosting for an afternoon tea or mid-morning treat. It tastes even better a day or two later
Forget the carrot cake, this light, moist courgette cake is packed with flavour and it goes perfectly with a cup of tea
If you like crunchy honey-nut cereal in the morning, you'll love this for elevenses