A true summer deight - Bilberry pie is a classic British dessert loved throughout the North of England, particularly in Yorkshire. It is delicious served warm with thick cream or a good vanilla ice cream. Since bilberries can be used in place of blueberries, any recipe that calls for cooked blueberries is a good option. They are tasty in everything from muffins to crumbles to tarts and cheesecakes. Just remember that raw bilberries have a much more tart flavor than blueberries so swapping them in a recipe when they're not cooked will create a noticeably different taste.
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A homemade scone is a remarkable thing - The excitement from all around when that smell of freshly baked scones wafts through the house is a memory you can never forget. Making your own isn't hard, if you have dough leftover simply mould all your scones bake what you need then pop the leftover dough in the freezer to bake later on.
This gorgeous crunchy and crumbly, meringue roulade is the perfect posh dessert to impress friends with at the weekend. With toasted hazelnuts adding crunch, a smooth creamy filling and the crispy, light roulade shell, this pud combines the most delicious flavours and textures for a sophisticated ending to any meal. You can make this in just over an hour and will keep for up to 24 hours in the fridge.