Traditional Scottish Fruit Slice is a combination of jammy dried fruit with a crumbly shortbread crust that’s reminiscent of the more familiar British mincemeat pie. (find exclusive Cornish pasty recipes in our new January/February 2018 British issue!) In our spirited take on the original fruit slice recipe, we added a generous splash of Scotch whiskey to the filling.
We opted for a creamy honey topping, a thicker version of honey that, unlike liquid honey, contains a crystalline structure that makes it ideal for spreading. Bonus points? The pastry’s 13×9-inch shape allows you to get extravagant with the portions.
In this stout cake, the combination of the malt and coffee flavors of this stout beer pairs seamlessly with Bourbon Caramel and toasted Meringue.
This cheesy, bacon-filled muffin will satisfy all of your savory breakfast cravings. For more, look to these seven muffins you should try. Plus, we break down the essential english muffin in our January/February 2018 British issue, grab one today or order online. While you wait, get a sneak peek at some of the differences between Traditional Crumpets and English Muffin.
10. Key Lime Pie
Our take on the beloved original features a salty sweet crust and intense lime flavor thanks to a cup of juice from this pie’s tiny namesake citrus.