Created by Louis Eustache Ude, chef to King Louis XVI, these filled meringues are light, airy and sweet, with lovely hints of fruity flavor!
A festive traditional English cake filled with dried fruit and nuts is the perfect addition to your Christmas or Twelfth Night celebration!
Apple Blackberry Pie
A sweet and juicy combination of late summer fruits makes this pie irresistable, and the perfect dessert for your Michaelmas feast!
For a deliciously sweet and tangy dessert try our recipe for Rhubarb Fool – a combination of rhubarb and whipped cream make this the perfect end to a summer tea!
Mrs. Austen's Pudding
A light bread pudding baked with red currants to add a little tartness created by Jane's mother, Mrs. Austen!
She even wrote a poem about it, which you can find here.
Regency Fruit Ice Cream
A luxurious combination of fruit and cream chilled together make this a treat for those warm summer days!
A Regency Sponge Cake
A Regency English classic! This light and airy cake is perfect with a bit of jam and a cup of tea.
A delicious combination of flaky pastry and baked apples makes this recipe a favorite choice for a dinner or to have with tea!
Hot Cross Buns
Every Easter people all over England ate these mildly spiced and fruity buns, which are soft and just a little sweet. They make a pleasant addition to an Easter brunch or afternoon tea.
Queen Currant Cakes
These buttery, rich little cakes will be a delcious addition to any tea, picnic or party. The tartness of the currants and nutty tast of the ground almonds give it it's elegantly distinct flavor, and are perfect with a steaming cup of tea!
Mrs. Perrot's Pound Cake
Attributed to Mrs. Austen's sister, this is a dense, moist cake with the added tang of currents, making it extra special for a teatime treat or a special celebration.
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