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This perfect lemon tart by Devondale appears in the Farmers Cookbook

Baking tips: Be your best baker

Step away from the ‘little bit of this and a little bit of that’ method – it’s time to get baking right! It’s oh so tempting to cut a slither of cake before it’s cooled or turn the oven up 10 degrees to cut your cooking time but when it comes to baking, precision is key. Never use skim milk instead of full cream milk again and learn how to substitute plain flour for self-raising for that perfect result – every time!

With these baking tips and tricks brought to you by the Devondale Farming Community – you’ll be able to enjoy baking at its best. With delicious and memorable recipes and hacks for achieving delights that are nothing short of divine.

Learn the tricks of the baking trade with this guide from the Devondale Famers Family Baking Book

These top 10 baking tips are the kind that you’ll pass down through generations. Ones that will be your secret trick and ones that will save you from a dash to the shops.


With these great tips in mind – its time to start baking. Collect, create and share these traditional recipes from the Devondale Farmers Baking Cookbook. From soft and chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies to incredible and nostalgic Vanilla Custard Slice, your kitchen will be full of the sweet smell of baked goods – and not just any baked goods, recipes that are sure to become your all time favourites.


Get a copy of the Devondale Farmers Family Baking Book to creating delicious baked treats in the kitchen


Bake these delicious, soft and chewy chocolate chip cookies from the Devondale Farmers Family Baking Cookbook



Make famous vanilla custard slice from The Devondale Farmers Family Baking Book to share with family or friends for a delicious treat


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