Looking for fun baking recipes? Need to use up a jar of Nutella or peanut butter that's lurking in the back of your store cupboard? We have some fun and easy baking recipes to transform your favourite spreads. We've also got a whole collection dedicated to Nutella recipes and Biscoff recipes.


See below for our famous Bourbon biscuit brownies recipe, our Cadbury Creme Egg scotch egg (yes, that's right!) and our Oreo cheesecake, plus many more fun and show-stopping baking recipes.

Fun baking recipes

Oreo cake

Whizz up Oreos with butter and icing sugar, and slather onto a triple-stacked sponge cake to make the ultimate Oreo cake.

A cake topped with Oreos on a white tablecloth with two cups of coffee

Jaffa cupcakes

These make fun alternatives to a birthday cake for a Jaffa-mad friend. One of the most addictive snacks around, Jaffa Cakes were the inspiration behind these fun and easy-to-make orange cupcakes. Finish them off with silky smooth chocolate frosting and a real Jaffa Cake.

Jaffa Cake Cupcakes Recipe

Oreo mug cake

This recipe combines all the best elements of a classic British roast wrapped up in a crisp, fluffy, giant Yorkshire pudding. Don’t forget the rich gravy on the side for dipping.

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Mug of oreo cake next to some Oreos

Jammie Dodgers blondies

Get nostalgic with this recipe using children's classic biscuit, Jammie Dodgers. These fudgy, moreish white chocolate blondies a grown-up way to get your Dodgers fix, and are a great alternative to a traditional chocolate brownie.

White Chocolate Blondie Recipe with Jammie Dodgers

Oreo brownies

Love Oreos? Put them to good use in these extra chocolatey brownies – they’re crumbled up inside and baked on top.

A baking tray lined with paper and filled with brownies topped with oreos

Wagon Wheel brownies

We are going old-school with these knockout jammie Wagon Wheel brownies. Wagon Wheels were one of everyone’s favourite lunch box treats back in the day, so we decided it was time to bring back this retro biscuit and give it an adult twist.

Wagon Wheel Brownie

Oreo Baileys fridge cake

Fridge cakes are really popular in the US and are really easy to make. Layer up Oreos with sweetened whipped cream and leave in the fridge overnight for the biscuits to soften and become ‘cake’. A top idea for the summer months when it's just too hot to face baking.

Oreo Baileys fridge cake, with a large chunk taken out to reveal the layered filling

Salted matcha fudge

Churn out a batch of salted matcha fudge for a spot of weekend baking – it’s perfect for gifting or in an afternoon tea.

Green fudge on a board topped with salt

Vegan fudge

Making fudge vegan is easier than you might think – give it a go on your next free weekend. It will keep in the fridge for up to a month, too.

Squares of chocolate vegan fudge with topped with salt flakes on a white chopping board

Freakshake cheesecake

This is a great cake to get the little ones involved in decorating, inspired by those OTT freakshakes. We've used some of our favourite sweet treats such as Digestive biscuits, pretzels and Crunchie bars, but you don't have to stick to these toppings – go freestyle. Try one of our top cheesecake recipes for more inspiration. This would really impress if you have people over for dinner.

Freakshake cheesecake - Best ever cheesecake recipes

Nutella pancakes with boozy hot chocolate sauce

The ultimate breakfast for that chocoholic in your life. Our light and fluffy Nutella pancakes are simply delicious and come drizzled in a smooth and creamy hot chocolate sauce. Adding booze to the sauce is optional but highly recommended for an extra treat! Includes a nifty how-to video.

Best Nutella Recipes

Scotch Cadbury Creme Eggs

The Easter egg hunt just got interesting. Our Scotch Creme Eggs involve coating Cadbury Creme Eggs in chocolate brownie crumbs and sprinkles, for a multi-layered, multi-textured treat that you sure won't find in the Easter Bunny's basket.

Creme Egg Scotch Egg Recipe (Plus: How-To Video)

Custard cream blondies

Who doesn't love a custard cream? As popular with adults as kids, these classic biscuits are great incorporated into a white chocolate blondie. Have a go baking some this weekend – it's a great activity for the family on a rainy day.

custard cream blondie

Double chocolate Toblerone cookies

Got some Toblerone leftover from Christmas? Did you impulse-buy a triangle-shaped chocolate bar at the airport on holiday? Here's a new way to enjoy it. These Toblerone cookies are an easy-to-make treat and will go down a storm with friends. (If it's biscuits you want, we have lots more biscuit recipes to keep you going.)

Double chocolate Toblerone cookies

Blueberry cheesecake with speculoos crust

Speculoos are small, spiced, caramelised biscuits – the kind you sometimes get with coffee. While they make for a good nibble alongside your cup of Joe, they also make a great alternative base for cheesecake and work particularly well with blueberries, don't you know. This dessert is guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser – and go down a treat with a cuppa.

Best ever cheesecake recipes - blueberry cheesecake with speculoos crust

Maltesers chocolate chiffon cake

An ideal chocolate-based birthday cake idea. Chiffon cake is notoriously tricky, but with this recipe you can make the light, fluffy sponge in under two hours. The Maltesers give a fun twist to this chocolate cake, the chocolate-covered biscuit balls creating an impressive look and really adding to the texture.

maltesers chocolate chiffon cake

Honey Nut cornflake and caramel bars

Just pour a glass of milk and call this breakfast – we won’t tell. These honey nut cornflake and caramel bars are easy to make but look impressive, and you'll find all the ingredients at the corner shop, we bet. A great treat to have in for when unexpected guests drop round for a cuppa.

Honey nut cornflake and caramel bars

Bourbon biscuit brownies

What's better than a chocolate Bourbon biscuit? Chocolate Bourbon biscuit brownies! This is one of our favourite recipes – trust us, you'll need to make a double batch. A great treat to make as a dessert or for a get-together.

Bourbon biscuit brownies

Peanut butter thumbprint cookies

These peanut butter thumbprint cookies use the classic peanut butter and jam (or jelly) combination in a fun new way. Get the kids involved in balling them up and making the thumbprint indents. If you like the look of these, check out our sweet treats using peanut butter.

Peanut butter thumbprint cookies

Sunken nutella cake with baileys cream

This indulgent sunken Nutella cake is a perfect grown-up treat. Dense and gooey, we've served it here with Baileys cream. Sure to be a crowd-pleaser, it's surprisingly easy to make. and would be an elegant dessert at a dinner party.

sunken nutella cake

Crème egg brownie cake

What do you get when you cross chocolate cake with Cadbury's Creme Eggs? Heaven, that's what. Whip up our chocolate traybake for a special Easter treat – although we'd encourage you to make it any time of the year.

Cadbury Creme Egg Brownies recipe

Black and white oreo cheesecake

Replacing the usual digestive base with Oreo cookies and adding white chocolate to the filling gives this monochrome cheesecake a stylish New York bakery-style finish.

oreo cheesecake

Malted horlick's brownies with sea salt

The malted element to these brownies adds another dimension, making them even more indulgent and irresistibly gooey than usual. Serve with a scoop of ice cream for a decadent dessert at a dinner party (or just for your own personal enjoyment).

malted horlick's brownies with sea salt

Chocolate caramel lindt ball pudding

Lindt balls buried in the centre of this deeply chocolatey pud give it an oozing caramel core. It's perfect for a festive dessert that's easy to make but really special.

chocolate caramel lindt ball pudding

Posh jammie dodgers

This posh Jammie Dodger recipe gives a childhood favourite biscuit an update. It's a great one to get the kids involved with, cutting out all the different shapes from the dough. Try them this weekend.

jammie dodgers

Nutella macarons

The only thing better than a macaron is a Nutella macaron! We suggest making two batches of these because they go very quickly! Chocolaty but feather-light, they make for great little treats to have with a cuppa or after a meal.

nutella macroons

After Eight cake

Turn these classic, post-dinner treats into this show stopping cake, combining chocolate and mint. This super-impressive creation is a great alternative birthday cake idea.

Chocolate After Eight Cake Recipe

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