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Community Recipes

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Autumnal Chocolate, Date and Apple cakeAutumnal Chocolate, Date and Apple cake
This indulgent autumnal cake emerged due to a desire to create a fitting marriage of home-grown apples and chocolate, while at the same time providing some nutrition and something to somewhat loosen heaviness, here provided by dates – however you could substitute dried apricots.
Gluten-Free Rice, Maize and Chia Seed SconesGluten-Free Rice, Maize and Chia Seed Scones
Stick with the method in this recipe - if you haven't made it before and you're expecting a nice soft scone dough to cut rounds from, it will surprise you! Instead of a soft dough it makes a sticky disc that you smooth with an egg and milk mixture and your fingers, the addition of chia gel turns the mixture into lovely scones with a good flavour.
Gluten-Free Apple TartGluten-Free Apple Tart
This apple tart takes a tad longer to prepare due to cooking and pureeing the fruit prior to baking, but it produces a lovely smooth tart with a good flavour, and looks really good if you leave red skins on the sliced apples for decoration - only if you're using organic fruit though.
Lovely light dinner rolls in an hourLovely light dinner rolls in an hour
I found this amazing recipe on line and use it when I need some soft dinner rolls in a hurry, I've tweaked it slightly to make it easier, it's measured in cups which I find so much better when you're in a hurry, I also used granary flour with the same results, its my go-to recipe, hope you like them .

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Plain SconesPlain Scones
Top tips: • Don’t skimp on the raising agent (self-raising flour alone doesn't seem to do the job) • Work the mixture as little as possible • Don’t roll too thinly before cutting • Cut straight down, no twisting • Don’t dribble egg wash down sides.
Amazing  Sourdough PancakesAmazing Sourdough Pancakes
Easy, luxurious, taste sensation pancakes, little effort needed, prepare night before and cook in the morning for a warming winter breakfast.
Quick and easy simple bread recipeQuick and easy simple bread recipe
An old family recipe from Masefield South Gloucestershire I use when I cannot wait for my sourdough to be ready Can be used with a mixture of flours or plain white or brown the picture One one left is 100% Shipton Mill Organic White (704) the other 50% organic white (704) and 50% Organic Three Malts and Sunflower Brown Flour (705).
Chelsea BunsChelsea Buns
Delicious and traditional, but with extra fibre.
100% Swiss Dark Flour100% Swiss Dark Flour
Lovely, light, brown loaf with an inviting aroma and delicate nutty flavour that disappeared quickly when the family came round.
Autumnal Chocolate, Date and Apple cakeAutumnal Chocolate, Date and Apple cake
This indulgent autumnal cake emerged due to a desire to create a fitting marriage of home-grown apples and chocolate, while at the same time providing some nutrition and something to somewhat loosen heaviness, here provided by dates – however you could substitute dried apricots.
Super malty seeded loafSuper malty seeded loaf
A tasty loaf, bursting with super healthy oils, made with three malts and sunflower flour with extra seeds and rape seed oil.