Rosy rhubarb brings some much needed colour when radiant produce is hard to come by. We've loads of rhubarb recipes, for everything from rhubarb crumble to rhubarb muffins. You'll find some surprises, too!
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Sounds strange but works so well and can be made up to two days in advance. Great for dinner parties.
Classic bread pudding is great by itself, but this one is enhanced with walnuts and the tart flavour of fresh rhubarb.
I used to love going to Gran's to eat her freshly baked rhubarb torte. Now that I have the recipe, I can make it any time!
A sweet, and wonderfully moist cake, using fresh rhubarb, with optional coconut and almonds! This cake disappears fast at our house.
This traybake is a different way to use up that abundant supply of rhubarb. It's a nice change of pace.
A simple and easy rhubarb crumble recipe, perfect to serve with custard, cream or ice cream. I used to use a rhubarb crumble recipe from Delia, but this is even better!
If you love rhubarb, you will love this dish. Rhubarb is simmered with sugar, cloves, lemon juice and then thickened with a quick red gel. It has just the perfect balance of sweet and sour. Serve as is, with yoghurt or ice cream.
A simple dessert that is rich, creamy and totally moreish. Day-old bread is baked with rhubarb in a lightly sweetened eggy custard. It's delicious with whipped cream, ice cream or custard. Perfect for the cold winter months.
A simple and delicious way of making use of rhubarb. These bars are rich, creamy, delicious and easy to make. A buttery biscuit base is topped with a rhubarb-cream cheese filling, baked and then topped with a soured cream topping. It's the perfect indulgent treat to be enjoyed for dessert, elevenses or afternoon tea.
This is simple dessert, that is quick and easy to make. Rhubarb is topped with a sponge topping and baked. Serve with lashings of custard, ice cream or whipped cream. It's the perfect dessert to enjoy during the cold winter months. This recipe also works well with pears or apples.
This alcoholic drink has the perfect combination of sweetness and tang. A rhubarb syrup is made, then it is blended with ice and tequila. Make a large batch of the rhubarb syrup when it is in-season - you can then enjoy this summer drink, anytime of the year.
When rhubarb is in season, these light and fruity jelly cups are a lovely way to end a meal. Make in individual glasses for a pretty presentation, and top with whipped cream. If rhubarb isn't in season, use tinned rhubarb or even a rhubarb compote.
These French chaussons are super easy to make, lovely for a quick dinner party dessert with ice cream, or to take away on picnics. One tip to save time: Prepare the rhubarb compote in advance and freeze it!
There's no simpler way to relish rhubarb season. This rhubarb crumble is an irresistible childhood favourite.
These muffins are easy to make and taste fabulous! They are packed with rhubarb and have a crunchy sweet cinnamon topping. The perfect treat anytime of the day.
I tasted this once at a restaurant and finally had a go at it last night. I added four strawberries at the last minute thinking it would need it...and it was good, but I think next time, I'd make it without the strawberries. I reckon the rhubarb taste alone, is good enough!
The British have always relished sweet-sour flavour combinations, and the vibrant mixture of beetroot and rhubarb provides just that.
A lot of rhubarb recipes add a large amount of sugar. This keeps the sweetener to a minimum so you can enjoy the tang of the rhubarb! Delicious - enjoy! Use sugar in place of honey if you like.
Ever wonder what to do with that big rhubarb plant in the garden? This is your answer.