CLASSIC BRITISH TREATS
A beautifully simple, light cake – classically British, of course – dusted with icing sugar and filled with jam would make the perfect addition to your table. Add whipped cream and fresh fruit to make it even more indulgent!
A great Nigella Lawson recipe – a grown up version of a party staple, and what better way to toast in the newly weds than with some gin and tonic!
My own recipe for ridiculously delicious caramel and cream butterfly cakes. Forget cupcakes!
You could make your own scones with this excellent recipe, but, equally, I’m sure no one will mind if you buy it in…
Another Nigella recipe – and if you fancy a classic version, there are tonnes out there for sherry trifle!
Legend has it this was invented at at Eton College – which is where Prince William was educated, of course, making this the perfect dish to serve on the big day. Just remember to mix it just before serving, because the meringues will melt otherwise! This is Delia’s recipe, but you can also add a splash of Pimm’s at the last minute to transform it into an ever more celebrationary dish!
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