This scrumptious dessert is made of numerous layers. You will bake a light sponge cake which combined with a fruit jelly will form the base layer. Add an optional fruit layer, then prepare the creamy vanilla custard and whipped topping. Your masterpiece is then finished with a handful of sprinkles. Delicious as a dessert but equally excellent at any time of the day.
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Q: Hello! Last month we made sticky toffee pudding loaf (de-lish!) and I was hoping to make it again using the recipe. Just wondering what was in the “cake mix” bag? Thanks much!! GeenaAsked by Geena W., March 2021
Glad you enjoyed making the sticky toffee pudding.
I will send you a private message with the information.
Q: What comes if I order now. I would be highly dissappointed if it was mincemeat.Asked by Justine E., March 2021
If you were to place an order today we could still include you in the March box shipment which is for Bakewell Tarts (today would be the last day to do that). This is due to go out on Monday 15th March, you would just need to sign up then email us to request that specific box and we will amend the shipping schedule to include you. Otherwise any sign up from today on-wards will automatically be allocated to our April box (which is for Tiffin) this will ship mid April.
We also have an E Certificate that we can email to you if your order is a gift and you want to wait for the April box. This is a...
Q: I would like to order this for a Christmas gift but I don't want the first box to arrive before December 25th. When should I place my order?Asked by Beth B., December 2020
If you subscribe after the 12th of the month then you will not receive the December box, the first box shipped will be around January 15th.
If you would like us to email an E Certificate that you can either forward or print out prior to the first box arriving, please purchase your subscription and then email us requesting that one be sent. An E Certificate basically congratulates a recipient that they have been gifted a Baking Box subscription, states who it is from, how long it runs for and includes any gift message requested.
Thanks for your question, don't hesitate to reach out if you have any further questions.
Q: I want to give this as a gift. Can I get the first one sent to me and then change the address to send the rest to the gift recipient?Asked by Leann C., November 2020
Yes absolutely the first box can be shipped to yourself. Once you receive the box email us with the new address for the future shipments and we will amend the system for you.
If you have any other questions please don't hesitate to reach out.
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We gifted this to my partner's daughter who enjoys baking, and she loves the box! She has sent us pictures from the two projects she has made, and commented on the uniqueness and deliciousness of the baked goods. We extended the gift for her Birthday which she is excited about!
Enjoyed our first dessert tonight- Eve’s Pudding. Very simple instructions and delicious end product!
Hi Chip, glad you enjoyed January's box. Next months is a classic, Sticky Toffee Pudding so hope you like that one too.
Just made our mincemeat pies from the first installment of a 6-month Christmas gift subscription from my daughter. It’s the Great British Baking Show without any stress!
Too bad we can’t invite anyone to tea!
Hi Julia, so glad you enjoyed the mince pies, The next box will ship around mid January hope you enjoy the next one too.
British Bash has delivered in every way. The boxes are packed nicely. You are given a shipping notice and they arrive right on schedule. The ingredients are perfectly labelled and the baking recipe is very easy to follow. The recipe cards included have great photos, step by step instructions, facts about the bake, and variations if you need them.
The customer service is great. They respond fast to emails and are perfectly polite!
I have enjoyed the recipe I have made and it has provided a great activity to do with the family, with the added plus of having a great treat at the end!!
So glad you enjoyed your box Mary, the next one will be on its way to you the end of this week.
My first box was the tea loaf. It was delicious! The recipe was easy to follow and I love having the dry ingredients all measured out and ready to go. I wish the recipe card included the measurements for the dry ingredients, because I would love to make this again. I am really looking forward to my next box!
So glad you enjoyed the tea loaf, we unfortunately can't add the measurements for the ingredients at present but are working on it. We will however email you the recipe so you can make the loaf again.
The British Bash Baking Box is so much fun! As a college student, I don’t always have time to go out and buy ingredients or look up recipes to make things. With the British Bash Baking Box, I get all of my dry ingredients and directions delivered right to me in one convenient package! You even get cool facts about the recipe you are making! I never thought I could make such cool desserts! Novice and expert bakers alike will marvel at the delicious recipes provided. This is a perfect subscription box for anyone who loves to bake or those who would like to learn!
Hi Bridget, thank you for your kind review. We are glad you enjoyed the box, Spotted Dick and Custard is a fun dessert to make.
Our September baking kit is a Victoria Sandwich cake. A traditional two layer sponge cake, sandwiched with strawberry jam and a simple butter frosting. An alternative filling is jam, whipped cream and sliced strawberries. Perfect with a hot cup of tea. Your box will arrive containing all the non perishable items you will need, all you need to add is butter and eggs we even include recyclable disposable baking pans for your convenience.
A moist loaf made with tea from Yorkshire. The addition of dates and raisins adds sweetness without the need for lots of sugar. Delicious with the drizzle and almonds included but traditionally served in slices spread with butter. Your box will arrive containing all the non perishable items you will need, all you need to add is butter and an egg, we even include recyclable disposable baking pans for your convenience.
November's box is Banoffee pie, a rich delicious dessert made from bananas, toffee and cream. The pie base was originally a sweet short crust pastry but this version using digestive biscuits has become more popular. Enjoy as a special after dinner treat or with a hot cup of tea at any time. Your box will arrive containing all the non perishable items you will need, all you need to add is butter, milk and a banana. All boxes now contain compostable packaging.
December's box is a British Holiday classic, make 12 individual Mince Pies. We will guide you through making your own mincemeat and sweet shortcrust pastry from scratch. Mincemeat is a perfect blend of mixed dried fruits, butter, sugar and spices cooked together with the included orange juice or substitute in your own Brandy or other spirit. Perfect warm or cold and excellent with a hot cup of tea.
Our January box will be Eve's Pudding. This Victorian era dessert is a delight of simmered slices of spiced apple topped with a sponge, and baked until the cake is golden brown. It is served hot with lashings of equally hot custard. Eve’s pudding is the ultimate comfort dessert for a cold winter’s night. And don’t forget, always great with a cup of tea or a hot toddy.
A classic British dessert: a dark sponge cake with hints of molasses made with sweet dates and soaked in a rich toffee sauce. Eat it sliced hot with a dollop of whipped cream or your favorite vanilla ice cream. For a whole different experience, enjoy a slice, a few days after baking, spread with butter, and consumed whilst drinking a hot cup of tea.
Make 10 individual Bakewell tart’s. Sweet shortcrust pastry case filled with a layer of raspberry jam and frangipane (a sponge cake-like filling enriched with ground almonds) then sprinkled with sliced almonds and/or a thin drizzle of icing. The perfect treat with a hot cup of tea!
Make an Easter Tiffin, a "fridge cake" made of crushed biscuits, sugar, butter, raisins and cocoa powder, topped with a layer of fudge and decorated with British chocolate mini eggs. Bake your own biscuits (British cookies), crush and form a base, then make a delicious fudge topping. Invented in the early 1900s in Troon, Scotland this decadent confectionery is perfect for dessert or at anytime of the day alongside a hot cup of British tea.