A simple and delicious banana cream dessert you can whip-up in no time!
Recipe by: Amanda Joy
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!
Recipe by: JAZZYCHAZZY
Instead of eton mess - this is a chocolate mess made with meringues! An instant dessert that requires no cooking. It's easily adapted for your own tastes. You can add other ingredients like fruit or different sweets. I make this a lot with my girl guides when we go camping and they love it!!
Recipe by: RANDOMTIGGER
This recipe is made with shop-bought frozen fruit and takes about 30 seconds to prepare, and is a really healthy ice cream substitute.
Recipe by: SIOBH
A quick dessert of raspberries, kiwis and grapes topped with custard and a sprinkling of HobNob biscuit crumbs. I find that this selection or fruits work best with the custard. Other fruits can 'clash' with the custard, and taste unpleasent. Sometimes I use Onken Biopot raspberry yogurt instead of custard. Easy dessert for two!
Recipe by: COXXXY
This recipe is a lovely alternative to the standard sponge trifle at Christmas. It is an attractive layered dessert. This recipe uses a shop-bought Christmas pudding and a tub of premium custard. Christmas cake works well too but it is not as moist.
Recipe by: RedChowDawg
This mango fool is a gorgeous dessert you just HAVE to try! It's light and creamy - made with fromage frais instead of cream. It's very simple and quick to make. It's one for you and the kids to try. It's also perfect for a diabetic or slimmers diet. It's a guilty free pleasure as they say!
Recipe by: genevieve
Quick, easy, delicious recipe for a fruity tiramisu. Strawberry tiramisu isn't traditional, but it's definitely delicious!
Recipe by: Lauren. O
Make the most of this wonderful berry while it's in season. Strawberries and natural yoghurt are puréed with sugar, orange juice and ground cardamom in this recipe for a refreshing and unique chilled summer dessert soup.
Recipe by: Michelle
A versatile recipe that can be used in other desserts, or eaten on its own. For a Christmas touch, add some cinnamon and nutmeg.
Recipe by: HBIC