End your Burns supper with a deliciously simple cranachan, also known as cream crowdie, or enjoy this lovely Scottish pud any time of year with seasonal fruits. Check out our Burns Night and Scottish collections for more great recipes.
This traditional Scottish dessert is quick and easy to put together, and the nutritious combination of cream, fromage frais, oats and fresh fruit makes a superb sweet course for a special occasion meal. The whisky not only adds a taste of Scotland, but gives a fantastic kick to the flavour.
A traditional Scottish pudding that is very quick and easy to make. Use good quality honey and a single malt whisky for the best results. A simpler, but richer version can be made by omitting the raspberry.
This is a popular Scottish dessert and there are many variations and names such as Cream Crowdie. Oats are toasted, then folded into lightly sweetened whipped cream and topped off with berries and a splash of whisky. Finish your Burns supper with this delicious tradition.
Cranachan is traditionally eaten in January on Burns Night as a dessert following a feast of haggis. Ever so easy to make, just fresh raspberries, cream, whisky, honey and oats - that's it!
This pud finished my Burns supper last year. Best served with my sweet wafers.
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.
This is a traditional Scottish dessert. It's made by folding whisky, honey, fresh raspberries and toasted oatmeal into lightly whipped cream. Enjoy throughout the summer.
Also known as cranachan, this easy pud is perfect for Burns Night - or any night, really!
Don't reserve cranachan just for Burns Night! This yummy version mixes three different berries with the traditional combination of oats, cream and whisky.