Honey Cake Season at the Monday Morning Cooking Club

The Essentials for Honey Cake Season. Right here in one place.

Our fave four honey recipes for any time of the year, and especially at Jewish New Year.

Gina’s Hair Raising Honey Cake – A classic recipe from our first book – Monday Morning Cooking Club (2011) 

Honey Snap Biscuits – A crisp, lightly spiced and snappy biscuit. Easy to make and roll, quick to bake. Recipe from Carolyn Levitt in Perth, will be in our next book!

Honey Biscuits – A softer honey biscuit with texture and substance, perfect with a cuppa.  A wonderful recipe from our second book – The Feast Goes On (2014)

Natty’s Glazed Honey Chiffon Cake  – A lighter version of the classic, with a texture you won’t believe. Need a chiffon tin, and need to follow the chiffon cake rules. The video below will definitely help! Recipe will also be in our next book!

 

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  1. Gail Anne Preskovsky

    Watched your zoom on sunday Morning please could you send me the recipe of the Honey Cake it looks outstanding.

    \What a wonderful programme . Thank you for doing it.

    thanks

    Gail anne

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