Which WW2 British Recipe Should You Try?

Which World War 2 British recipe should you try next? All recipes found at https://1940sexperiment.wordpress.com/100-wartime-recipes/

Amy Denton
Created By Amy Denton
On Mar 7, 2015

Sweet or Savory?

Do you prefer full meals, or just snacking?

Do you like easy or more challenging recipes?

What sort of food do you like?

Do you have lots of leftovers?

Where do you go for lunch?

Potato Floddies

Potato Floddies

Potato floddies were basically wartime junk food. Fried grated herby potatoes, they could be enjoyed as a snack or as an accompaniment to a main meal.

Bubble and Squeak

Bubble and Squeak

Bubble and squeak is a classic British dish. It is super easy to make and can be made with leftover boiled veggies and mashed potatoes.

Sausage Stovies

Sausage Stovies

Mmmmm, beefy sausages, potatoes and thick gravy. What better comfort food is there?

Prune Flan

Prune Flan

A delicious sweet treat that the whole family can enjoy. This can be super easy to make if you buy your pastry ready-made, but you could also challenge yourself by making your own!

Carrot Cookies

Carrot Cookies

Carrot cookies sound a bit odd, but they certainly don't taste strange. These carrot cookies are a sweet treat and something a bit different to try.

Fruit cake

Fruit cake

Fruit cake is a classic, and for good reason. Mixed fruits soaked in tea, then baked into a delicious sticky, gooey loaf cake. You can really play around with this one, trying different fruits and teas.

Potato Rarebit

Potato Rarebit

Potato rarebit is wartime cheese on toast, but with mashed potatoes as well as cheese! This tasty treat takes minutes to whip up and is great for using up leftover stale bread, cheese and potatoes.

Anzac Biscuits

Anzac Biscuits

Anzac biscuits are delicious biscuits made with rolled oats and desiccated coconut. They have an amazing taste and texture and look so inviting with their crisp golden color.