Treacle Sponge. Brits and Aussies are probably quite familiar with this, but it’s not a dessert we see much of in the US. It’s easy to knock together in a matter of minutes because it only takes flour, butter, eggs, and sugar. The treacle sponge is traditionally steamed in a sealed container; however, to make things easy, Marlena Spieler offers you instructions for baking it instead.
Homemade sausage rolls. Light and flaky pastry gives way to a delicious meaty pork filling. Homemade sausage rolls are a British dietary staple and convenience food that are usually enjoyed as a snack, in miniature form for buffet and party food, or served as a meal with fresh peas and chips.