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Baking, Recipes

Favourite Bakes: Cornflake and Jam Tart

One of the most popular recipes on my blog is an old school classic, Cornflake and Jam Tart. Anyone who graced a British school during the 80s or 90s will remember this delicious dessert, served with a helping of (often runny) custard on a rainy school day. At an international evening amongst friends a few years ago, I decided to make this to represent British culture and it went down a storm! Ever since then, I have whipped it up when feeling a bit nostalgic.Cornflake and Jam TartTo make the recipe even easier than it already is, use ready-to-roll shortcrust pastry – I often do if I am short on time as the quality is very good. I switch between raspberry and strawberry jam, however next time I am going to branch out to blueberry jam to see how that tastes. Custard is definitely a must, and it is a great way to end a meal during this miserable weather.

The full recipe can be found here – and please let me know if you have any recommendations! Enjoy 🙂

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I am a keen reader and baker who loves all things sweets! This site is for me to review books and share baking recipes. If you have any comments or recommendations, then please get in touch!

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