From the tree: Cuckoo’s Bakery on British Baker [Video]

Posted at November 11, 2011 by 2 Comments

Last weekend I visited Cuckoo’s Bakery to interview the owners Graham Savage and Vidya Sarjoo for my upcoming From the Tree November post. It was a perfect afternoon and I think it’s safe to say that a delicious time was had by all!

During the interview the dynamic duo mentioned that one of their latest creations, the “Cranachan inspired” cupcake had caught the attention of British Baker and as a result they were about to become the stars of their very own cookery Youtube video for the magazine. The video came out today and so I wanted to share it, and this wonderful Scottish recipe, with you all…

Cranachan Cupcakes

Ingredients [makes 12]:

  • 100g butter
  • 125g sugar
  • 3 large eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 100g flour
  • 150g oats
  • 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
  • 80g warm milk
  • A small squeeze of lemon juice

Whisky Buttercream

  • 125g butter
  • 300g icing sugar
  • 3-4tbsp whisky

 

 

To find out more about British Baker, go to their website, follow them on Twitter or check out their newly developed Youtube channel! Their lovely reporter, Samantha Edwards, also chats baking on her own Twitter profile @SamanthaBBmag

Photo credit: Marcio Serpa Photography

 

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About Georgia

To me, food means great comfort, enticement, fun, joy, and almost always making a mess. Edinburgh is my haven; we've enough eateries and food fanatics to keep every waking hour of life deliciously fulfilled. You'll find me discussing the delights of baking, discovering our city's restaurants and devouring homely comforts. I geek out over: culinary events, foodie photos and my grannie's fairy cakes Twitter: @ideaspotting Blog: www.bakenation.com

2 Responses to “From the tree: Cuckoo’s Bakery on British Baker [Video]”

  1. Jemma says:

    Those sound utterly fabulous! I so want to make them this weekend but that would be bad news for the diet. It makes a lot more sense than haggis chocolate, I suppose… ;)

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