Everyone's spending a lot more time indoors these days, so why not do it in style? Here, we've rounded up a few of the royals' most-loved recipes, from Queen-themed cupcakes to Prince Charles's cheese-laden breakfast—all of which are guaranteed to make meals at home feel a little more luxe.
Prince Charles's Cheesy Eggs
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The Prince of Wales has a famous love of eggs, and when paired with native British cheeses, he enjoys them all the more. Get the full recipe here.
The Royal Chefs' (Queen-Themed) Chocolate Cupcakes
🎂🧁🎈Happy birthday to Her Majesty! To celebrate The Queen's birthday we are sharing a chocolate cupcake recipe from The Royal Pastry Chefs.
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To celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 94th birthday, the royal chefs released a chocolate cupcake recipe, complete with some very appropriate decorations. Check out the full instructions here.
The Queen's Drop Scones
In 1959, Queen Elizabeth served her drop scones to President Dwight Eisenhower and his wife Mamie during their stay Balmoral—and they loved them so much, they requested the recipe, which the Queen duly sent. Get the full recipe—and see what the finished scones look like—here.
Kate Middleton's Marrow Chutney
Spending the holidays with the in-laws for the first time is always stressful, but it's a little more nerve-wracking when your grandmother-in-law is the Queen of England. Worried about what to get the Queen for Christmas, Kate settled on making her grandma's chutney. To make it yourself, follow these instructions, revealed in Pippa Middleton's entertaining book Celebration.
The Queen's Favorite Custard Tart
Chef Marcus Wareing served custard tarts, made with his family's secret recipe, at the Queen's 80th birthday lunch. Ten years later, he finally released it so royal watchers could make it themselves. Check out the recipe here.
The Royal Pastry Chefs' Spiced Easter Biscuits
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Queen Elizabeth's pastry chefs revealed how to make royal-approved bunny and egg-shaped cookies, just in time for this past Easter. Found out how to make these adorable, festive treats (which taste great all year round) here.
Queen Elizabeth's Much-Loved Chocolate Cake
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The Queen's former chef claims that this is "by far" the monarch's favorite cake. Learn how to bake it yourself here.
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