Bake At Home This Autumn

Bake At Home This Autumn

As the Great British Bake Off has returned to our TV screens, so has the nation’s love of baking.

With the change in season upon us, it’s the perfect time to take a step away from summer and create some amazing autumnal-inspired bakes in your new Miller Homes’ kitchen. 

Autumn brings a delicious range of seasonal produce, including citrus fruits, apples, plums and cinnamon – ingredients which will fill your new home with delicious scents, sure to impress any visiting guests!  

Not a baker? Don’t worry – everyone can bake something! Make sure you have the essential equipment – kitchen scales, a mixing bowl, cake tins and measuring spoons are the basics, and start with simple recipes - follow the instructions carefully and see your bake come to life.  

So get your apron on and whisk in hand. Ready, steady – bake!

Baked Fruity Autumn Pudding

Bursting with autumn flavours, BBC Good Food’s recipe for this warming dessert uses the best of the season’s fruit enclosed in a sponge dome – ideal to make a day ahead of any visits from friends and family who can’t wait to see your new home.

Blackberry Crumble Bake

Blackberries’ deep purple colour is showcased in this simple recipe from Good Food Channel, which is a twist on the classic crumble.

Rhubarb and Custard Traybake

The warming custard in this delicious dessert is a welcome remedy to combat the chill in the air which autumn brings. This recipe from Waitrose takes just 20 minutes to prepare, so if your baking skills aren’t quite as up to scratch as Mary Berry’s – this one is for you!

Apple Peanut Butter Cookies

Using ingredients which most of us will have at home, Taste of Home has paired apples with peanut butter and cinnamon to create a melt in the mouth autumn treat. Whip up a batch and store them in an air-tight container to bring out as a snack for any visitors.   

Inspired to get baking this autumn? Share your creations with us on Twitter @MillerHomesUK or Instragram using #millerhomes 


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