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My Favourite Vintage Recipes

June 1, 2015

Over the last year I’ve shared lots of recipes from my collection of vintage magazines and recipe books. Each one I’ve tried quite a few times to make sure they work with modern ingredients and ovens and it’s become a big hobby of mine. I’m really looking forward to trying loads more, especially as my collection of recipes has grown. I thought I’d share all of my favourites in one blog post for my newer readers who might not have seen them before and for those of you who might not have seen them all and want to try your hand at a few traditional British recipes.

Just click on the link under each picture to be taken to the recipe…

Traditional Bakewell Tart Recipe 4Bakewell Tart

Traditional Spotted Dick RecipeSpotted Dick

1930s Cherry Cake RecipeCherry Cake

How to Make Milky JellyMilky Jelly

Vintage Almond Cake RecipeAlmond Cake

Iced Slab Sponge Cake RecipeSlab Sponge Cake

Shredded Wheat Pudding Recipe 5Shredded Wheat and Raisin Custard Pudding

Banana Bread 1Banana Bread

Have you ever baked a recipe after finding it on my blog? I’d love to hear how you get on. Overtime someone has tweeted me or Instagrammed a picture of one of my recipes it’s made me so happy. Also if you have any requests for future recipes please let me know.

You can find loads more recipes in the Baking section of the blog.

P.S I’ve added a few more gorgeous vintage dresses to my shop. xxx

  • Reply
    Jessica Cangiano
    June 2, 2015 at 12:26 pm

    Your recipe posts are amongst my very favourites that you share here. Each one that I’ve tried (usually modified so they’d work safely for me) has turned out splendidly and is something I’d make again for sure. Please keep sharing more of your faves with us, I’d love to try more of them! 🙂

    ♥ Jessica

  • Reply
    Daisy Edwins
    June 15, 2015 at 2:47 pm

    Yummy! These all look great! I’m definitely going to try the slab sponge cake. I used to have it at school and it was so tasty. Thanks for these great recipes to follow from. 🙂

    Daisy x

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