These wickedly naughty little loaf cakes are truly made in Yorkshire. They combine the expert baking knowledge of Lisa Bennison, one of our most experienced Cookery School tutors and a Yorkshire lass through and through, with the irresistible flavours of Harrogate’s very own Slingsby Gin. What’s the saying? One for the cake, one for me…
When I taste Yorkshire Wolds Pressed Apple Juice for the first time, I realise that I’ve never actually tasted apple juice before. Not real apple juice. Smooth, sweet, mellow, moreish – this is a far cry from the tart acid green drink that we’re all accustomed to.
Celebrate Yorkshire Day with perfect Yorkshire Puddings. Not sure how? Lisa Bennison from has been with Bettys for 32 years and now teaches at our Cookery School. Who better to guide you?
If you’ve ever joined us on a course at Bettys Cookery School, you’ll know that our food experts are bursting with clever tips to help you make the most delicious food while saving time, money and effort. We asked senior course tutor Lisa Bennison to share a few of her favourite secrets for kitchen success.
Our Cookery School Tutors spend their lives taking amateur cooks from ‘how?’ to ‘wow!’, but which are their favourite courses?
What better symbol of the delicious partnership between Bettys and our sister company Taylors of Harrogate, than our Yorkshire Tea Loaf, a Bettys favourite for more than 30 years?
No one makes Fondant Fancies quite like Bettys. Under the keen confectioner’s eye of our Swiss founder Frederick Belmont, they were adorned with elaborate designs in royal icing; nearly a century later, they’re still individually iced by our expert bakers. Yet they’re also bang up to date: we’ve decorated them with crowns to celebrate royal jubilees, weddings and babies; bicycles for the Tour de France and white roses for Yorkshire Day.
'The grumpy pig'. Sounds rather like a pub name, doesn't it? But actually we're referring to this fellow, spotted in Bettys Ilkley. How did he come upon his grumpy expression? Was it mischief in our Craft Bakery or simply a delightful accident? We'll never know, but head to Bettys to see if you can find your own grumpy pig. Made from Genoese sponge with vanilla buttercream and covered with marzipan, we can guarantee one thing: you won't feel grumpy after eating one.