5 Boozy Bakes To Try


Celebrate London Cocktail Week (4 – 13 October) with a beautifully boozy bake.

From gin-filled cakes to liqueur-loaded pastries, raise a toast (and a cake) with these top chef recipes



 1 April Carter’s Black Forest Torte


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This tower of boozy cherries, cocoa cream and layers of chocolate cake is an indulgent but minimal update to the classic.

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2 Fanny Zanotti’s Babas Au Gin & Tonic


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A light raspberry syrup and a lot of gin and tonic – this boozy babas au gin makes for a divine plate.

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Simon Hulstone’s Strawberry & Elderflower Liqueur Dessert

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Ideal for a delicate yet decadent dessert, Simon Hulstone’s strawberry and elderflower makes an excellent adults-only end to a meal.

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4 Paris Brest With Rum Custard


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Dig a fork into this Paris Brest. An exquisite dessert. this creation is made from choux pastry piped into a circle, covered in flaked almonds and filled with a mixture of praline, creme patissier and whipped cream.


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5 Luke Tipping’s Rum Baba with Coconut Chantilly


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Rum babas are light sweet yeasty cakes soaked in rum syrup. This version is usually made with little deep moulds and served them with pineapple and extra syrup.

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