Jo seagar cake recipes

Jo Seagar BAKES

Jo Seagar BAKES

Many of the recipes are ones that have been passed down through the generations in Jo’s family, like ‘Fay’s Mumbles’ – a recipe passed on to Jo by her mum, or the Louise Cake which is a recipe that Jo’s Great Aunt Annie used to make on her coal range
Lemon Layer Genoise Cake

Lemon Layer Genoise Cake

This recipe comes from Jo Seagar’s You shouldn’t have gone to so much trouble, darling. It’s probably a terrible thing when a decision over a simple, basic, yet elegant cake or a layered, complex and indulgent cake becomes a problematic internal conflict
Jo Seagar Bakes

Jo Seagar Bakes

In true Jo Segar style it is full of wonderful recipes she knows you will use and love, from scones, to chocolate chip cookies, caramel slice to fejoia cake
Sweet New Zealand: By After Taste

Sweet New Zealand: By After Taste

This recipe has been adapted from Jo Seagar’s recipe in “It’s Easier Than You Think” book. I enjoy anything with the combination of nuts, chocolate, and dried fruit
Soup and Scone Lunch.

Soup and Scone Lunch.

I really love the scone recipe that originated from Jo Seagar. I formed the dough into a cake. Pesto Scone Cake
Forget the 3 Tenors We have the 3 MDs and Stuffed Red Peppers

Forget the 3 Tenors We have the 3 MDs and Stuffed Red Peppers

I normally make scones the Jo Seagar way with cream and soda water (mentioned in previous posts) none of that in my fridge AND once again the men are working in our street AND the road is closed while they finish concreting the road so I couldn’t go out
Foux de Petite French Lemon Cream Tarts

Foux de Petite French Lemon Cream Tarts

Filling adapted slightly from a Dorie Greenspan recipe and pastry recipe from Jo Seagar.    I found with this recipe there was a bit of left over lemon cream which was delish on toast or could be used as a filling for a sponge cake

The Great New Zealand Baking Book

‘Muffins, Scones & Pastries’, ‘Baked Desserts’, ‘Sweet Treats’, ‘Cakes & Loaves’, ‘Savoury Snacks’, ‘Biscuits & Slices’ and a wholesome ‘Not-So-Naughty’ section with a range of healthy treats from nutrition gurus such as Nadia Lim and Megan May