A gorgeous trifle, that is so delicious and just that little bit different!!! I was given this recipe many years ago by my Grandma.
A delicious Italian-inspired pastry. Cannoli shells are filled with a delectable mixture of ricotta cheese, sugar, almonds, chocolate and amaretto. Serve as a snack, dessert, with wine or a cup of tea or coffee.
A very light and airy mousse inspired by the first recipe I ever made at school, called apple snow. This can also be made with melted down Easter chocolate, marbled through before setting.
An easy quick dessert for all the family made easier with a shop bought flan case. Serve with ice cream, cream or yogurt.
Here is a really easy and tasty recipe for Rocky Road. There are so many variations, you can add nuts, dried fruit and biscuits it really is up to you, but below you will find the recipe that I use.
A delicious dessert for a summer BBQ! I used to make fruit salads but I know prefer these much more! You can make it for as many people as you like!
Elegant and easy to make - this is a great recipe for parties or a romantic evening. White chocolate may be drizzled over the milk chocolate for a posh look.
I strongly recommend using fresh brambles in this recipe for best flavour. Raspberries, strawberries or a combination of all three may be used, but they should all be fresh.
An autumnal strawberry and blueberry dessert smothered in delicious chantilly cream. Served best in a glass to show off the lovely layers your guests will be tucking in to!
This is NOT a healthy option - it's for those nights when you just want to pig out - Perfect if you've got 1/2 an hour to spare to put it together - also brilliant for impressing dinner guests. Based around the principle of an Eton Mess, only for banana lovers.
A simple cheesecake for anyone to make. A light lemon flavour infuses both the biscuit base and the filling.
These rich, decadent chocolate truffles make a special food gift at Christmas, Easter or St Valentine's Day and are exceptionally easy to make.
This traditional recipe is the one I use every year at Hogmanay dinner. If you leave the cranachan in a cool place for a while the oats expand and make a nice crunchy addition.
A quick and easy snack recipe, which is packed full of protein and energy. Peanut butter is mixed with milk powder, honey and chocolate chips. They are the perfect snack for on the go.
Almost any variety of green-fleshed melon, such as Galia or Honeydew, can be used for this very pretty soup, but it is essential that the melon be perfectly ripe and sweet. Serve the soup as a refreshing first course when the weather is hot, dressing up each bowlful with a swirl of berry purée and some whole berries.
This delectable version of the popular Italian dessert includes the traditional sponge biscuits soaked in coffee and liqueur for the base, but rather than a rich topping there is a light and creamy mixture of sweetened ricotta cheese and Greek-style yogurt. A sprinkling of grated dark chocolate is the finishing touch.
Serving fresh fruit threaded on skewers is an attractive alternative to making a fruit salad and is a great way of pairing complementary fruit. It will entice children to eat more fruit, too. Here an exotic nut cream flavoured with rosewater transforms the simple combination of ripe apricots and cherries.
Fun for kids! A chocolaty and creamy mixture is chilled in a children's sand bucket, then served with small sand shovel for extra fun.
A no-bake kosher for Passover seven layer cake, with creamy chocolate, and kosher concord grape wine-soaked Matzo - you'll be looking forward to the end of the Seder for this one!
This easy peasy dessert combines lovely whipped cream, chocolate chip cookies and tinned fruit cocktail for a super-fast, gorgeous pud. You don't even need to turn on the oven - it is that easy.