We are honoured to have recipes from amazing ambassadors such as Angela Hartnett, Signe Johansen, Mark Hix and Martyn Nail of Claridges, but we want you to be the stars of this section.
We would love to receive your tried and tested spelt recipes. Go wild and impress us with your creative culinary skills. The creator of any recipes that we feature will receive a Sharpham Park goody bag. You could even send us a picture of your finished products and get it featured on the website.
The key to great gnocchi is to use the right potato, such as Desiree and to blend in the flour while the potatoes are hot.See the Recipe >
Choux pastry never fails to impress and it's easy once you get the hang of it. These light, pillowy little buns can be topped with any number of delicious sauces, curds, fruit or chocolate.See the Recipe >
This Sharpham Park signature spelt loaf is one we make time and time again...See the Recipe >
As the cooler days of autumn roll in, it's time to take comfort in a big bowl of warming soup. The crisp spelt croutons add a delicious crunchy texture to a simple lunch.See the Recipe >
Pecan Pie is an American export that we love. Spelt makes delicious pastry because of its lower gluten content, it's perfectly crisp with a slightly nutty flavour.See the Recipe >
Plums have a wonderful affinity with almonds, and this cake is so easy to rustle up that there's no excuse but to give it a go. The plums can be substituted with other seasonal stone fruit.See the Recipe >
This afternoon tea favourite has been perfected by chef, Adam Fellows, who mastered his patisserie skills in France and Belgium.See the Recipe >
The lovely nutty taste of spelt comes through in this fabulous summer cake that features two of Roger Saul's favourite ingredients, raspberries and almonds.See the Recipe >
Hot Cross Buns are an essential part of the Easter tradition. Make sure you don't over work the dough because the gluten in spelt flour is more fragile than traditional wheat flour.See the Recipe >
This aromatic and thoroughly delicious fish pie comes from great nutritionist and cook Jessica Andersson.See the Recipe >
Walnuts were originally planted by the abbots of Glastonbury and have always been part of Sharpham Park’s farming economy.See the Recipe >
This nutritious, nutty wholemeal loaf is full of grains and seeds, making it perfect for lunchboxes or to enjoy for breakfast with a topping of your choice.See the Recipe >
We love these snack bars from nutritionist and friend of Sharpham Park, Jessica Andersson. She donated this recipe to our high fibre campaign with Bowel Cancer UK.See the Recipe >
This nutty flatbread recipe was created by our local baker, Lievito, who makes these for our restaurant at Kilver Court in Somerset.See the Recipe >