• Hotplate Easter Cookie Cake Image
    This delectable chocolate cookie, baked in the AGA Cast Aluminium Sauté Pan on the simmering plate, results in a gooey texture that is simply irresistible. Served warm with a scoop of ice cream, the dessert is truly an indulgent treat. And if there happens to be any leftovers, the cookie can be enjoyed cold as well. Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this fabulous recipe.
  • Hot Cross Bun Pudding Image
    A delicious take on bread and butter pudding made with hot cross buns and custard. The best hot cross buns to use are those which are lightly spiced, as these give a good flavour to the cooked pudding. Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this lovely recipe.
  • Raspberry and White Chocolate Cake Image
    Our mouth-watering Raspberry and White Chocolate Cake, baked to perfection in the Mary Berry 20cm Sandwich Tins, is the ideal weekend treat. Bursting with fruity raspberry flavours and adorned with beautiful crystallized flowers and fresh raspberries, it's sure to make your loved ones feel extra special. Many thanks to AGA Specialist Dawn Roads for this lovely recipe.
  • Orange and Almond Bundt Cake on wire rack
    Our lovely friend Naturally Sassy shares her delicious Orange and Almond Bundt Cake. This lovely and simple recipe is completely free from flour making it a perfect gluten free sweet treat. 
  • Vegan Chocolate Muffins
    We’ve used plant-based ingredients here for vegan baking. It’s so delicious and moist, you really wouldn’t know the difference! The gentle radiant heat of the AGA is perfect for vegan baking where traditional convection and fan ovens can produce a dry, crumbly texture. Recipe courtesy of AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell.   
  • Vegan Chocolate Traybake
    Whether you’re following a plant-based diet, are baking for someone with an egg or dairy allergy, the hens have gone off the lay or you’ve simply run out of eggs, this chocolate traybake is a deliciously moist chocolate recipe that’s handy to have at the ready. Many thanks to AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell for sharing this recipe with us. 
  • Chocolate Bark
    A simple and fun treat to make with children. Chocolate bark is delicious enjoyed on its own, used to decorate a dessert, or bagged and given as a gift.  Personalise with your favourite toppings such as sweets, popcorn or pretzels. Many thanks to Jenny Nalborczyk for this fabulous recipe.
  • Simple Brownie Pops
    Easy to bake classic brownies cook perfectly in the AGA. Fun to make them into brownie pops by dipping in melted chocolate and decorating with nuts, dried fruit or sprinkles. Many thanks to AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell for this lovely recipe.
  • Meringue Christmas Trees
    These fun meringues are perfect for decorating festive desserts and also make great gifts. They are super simple to bake using the AGA simmering or warming oven. With thanks to Naomi Hansell for this recipe.
  • Classic Trifle with Gingerbread People
    The AGA Trifle Bowl is perfect for this fun showstopper dessert. Ready made trifle sponges, custard and gingerbread people are useful ‘cheats’ for this dish. With thanks to Naomi Hansell for this wonderful recipe.
  • Chocolate Dipped Pecan Honeycomb
    Simple, fun and quick to make with just a few ingredients. Be careful as the sugar gets very hot. Not suitable for children to make unsupervised. Many thanks to Naomi Hansell for the recipe.
  • AGA Bakewell tart
    A classic dessert tart with a shortcrust pastry base, jam layer and moist almond filling. Simple and quick to bake in the AGA without blind baking the pastry first. Serve warm or cold as a dessert with softly whipped cream or ice cream or just on its own with a cup of tea. Many thanks to Naomi Hansell for the recipe.
  • Blueberry Jam
    Delicious on scones, toast or in a Victoria Sponge, this blueberry Jam recipe is simple and satisfying to make.
  • Chocolate Cherry Coconut
    To celebrate the Jewish Passover, Anne Shooter shares her traditional Passover baking skills. Try this very addictive Bounty Bar lookalike recipe adapted for baking in the AGA. Perfect for easy family baking. Many thanks to Anne for sharing the recipe. 
  • Cinnamon Balls
    To celebrate the Jewish Passover, Anne Shooter shares her traditional Passover baking skills –  using just egg whites, ground almonds, cinnamon and sugar. These little icing sugar-dusted confections are the perfect sweet and warm dessert for family entertaining, and will be so familiar to anyone observing the Jewish Passover. Many thanks to Anne for sharing the recipe. 
  • Chocolate Orange Tiffin
    If you're looking for a quick and easy Easter dessert, we've got you covered. This chocolate orange tiffin is the perfect rich and indulging treat for your family or to give as a lovely Easter gift. It's also brilliant for adding in any leftover chocolate or biscuits and will go well with an afternoon cup of tea. 
  • Cherry Pie Image
    Treat your taste buds to a heavenly dessert with our irresistible Cherry pie. Featuring a delectable filling of juicy cherries and ground almonds, encased in a crispy shortcrust pastry, this pie is sure to delight your whole family. Many thanks to AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell for sharing this lovely recipe with us.
  • AGA Rhubarb Fool Image
    Whip up this easy and delicious Fruit Fool dessert with a creamy base of whipped cream, yogurt, and custard, folded with sweet rhubarb. Perfect for a summer treat or a fancy dinner party, this classic British dessert can be customised with your favourite fruits and toppings. Many thanks to AGA Demonstrator Naomi Hansell for sharing this lovely recipe with us.
  • AGA New York-style Cheesecake Image
    This classic New York-style cheesecake baked in the Mary Berry spring form cake tin is a rich, creamy and absolutely delicious dessert that will be an absolute favourite for you and your guests. Many thanks to our AGA demonstrator Naomi Hansell for this lovely recipe.
  • Salted Banoffee & Pecan Pancakes
    These indulgent Salted Banoffee & Pecan Pancakes served with a Rum Cream are an indulgent treat and so easy to make, with all of the ingredients easily available in any convenience store. Many thanks to our friend Shropshire Lad for this brilliant recipe cooked on the AGA Outdoor Grill, which is perfect for this recipe as the large non-stick hotplate cooks with an even heat for perfectly fluffy pancakes.
  • Welsh Cakes on the Rayburn
    Welsh Cakes are a sweet bread from Wales. Traditionally, they are made using a cast-iron griddle, so the Rayburn and AGA hotplates are ideal for baking this treat. 
  • Orange, Cardamom and Marmalade Cupcakes
    Celebrating 100 years of the AGA cooker, these delicious cup cakes are flavoured with orange zest and cardamom - a spice used in Swedish sweet dishes and ‘a nod’ toward the country of the invention of the AGA. These cupcake centres are filled with marmalade and topped with a delightful orange buttercream.
  • Fruit Tart with slice cut out
    Sweet apples, tart berries and cinnamon spice join together to make a delicious comforting dessert. Serve with custard or ice cream for extra indulgence.
  • Slice of Sticky Toffee Traybake with ice cream and strawberry
    A twist on the traditional sticky toffee pudding this traybake can be easily cut into slices and served. 
  • Lemon Meringue Pie with slice cut out
    Lemon Meringue Pie is the perfect dessert to impress guests. The combination of the sharpness from the lemon and sweetness from the meringue make a mouth-watering combination.
  • Meringues on baking tray going into oven
    With just two ingredients you can make delicious and light baked Meringues.
  • Shortbread Star Tower
    This festive shortbread star tower is a brilliant sharing dessert for friends and family this Christmas. Plus, make the shortbread in advance and assemble the day before to save time during the Christmas rush.