Find a whole range of sweet sauces to complement your favourite puddings and desserts. From rich toffee and chocolate sauce recipes to fresh vanilla custard, fruit coulis and more. You decide whether to drizzle or pour!
This is my recipe for homemade custard. It is low fat as it uses skimmed milk, and it is a doddle to make in just 5 or 6 minutes and turns out perfect every time. Even great to make ahead, then chill in the fridge and warm up in the microwave... absolutely yummy!
This simple, comforting pud is perfect on its own or garnished with fresh berries.
This chocolate recipe is so rich and delicious that I suggest that everybody should try it. It is suitable for any occasion, whether it is Easter, Christmas or an after dinner treat.
This custard is excellent with sponge pudding or with our favourite croissant bread pudding. It's pourable or spoon-able. To prevent a lumpy or scorched pudding use a heavy bottomed saucepan and stir CONSTANTLY. Do not walk away while this is cooking.
This is a tried and true chocolate custard recipe, easily made and totally foolproof! Use your favourite good quality plain choc, and only add the cornflour if you want it thicker.
This rich toffee sauce is easy to make and can be served with a variety of cakes and puddings.
A sticky caramel sauce perfect for ice cream, sponge or fruit.
For a sticky treat, pour over ice-cream, sliced bananas and chopped walnuts or pecans.
Made with egg yolks and vanilla, it tastes just wonderful. Adding a little cornflour helps to stabilise the mixture and prevent it from curdling.
Perfect when rhubarb is in season and abundant. Freeze this sauce to enjoy rhubarb year-round.