This striking dessert recipe from Michael Wignall sings the praises of a too often overlooked British fruit – the bilberry.
Nud Dudhia serves up his fantastic churros recipe with a meltingly rich chocolate ganache sauce, cinnamon sugar and fleck of flaked almonds.
This vegan crème caramel recipe is spiked with espresso for a delicious dinner party dessert, served with pistachio biscotti on the side for a little extra crunch.
This is a healthy take on the classic and so tasty. The nut base is addictive; if you have any spare, roll it into balls and eat them as energy snacks.
Shay Cooper’s stunning chocolate fondant tartlet recipe has a hidden surprise at its core – a delicious hazelnut praline paste that melts as it cooks.
This unusual chocolate and coffee dessert from culinary magician Norbert Niederkofler is a true test of skill.
Andrew Sheridan shares his recipe for a decadent apple rice pudding, a dish you might recognise from BBC Two’s Great British Menu.
Alain Ducasse’s beautiful pistachio and wild strawberry dessert is such a work of art, you’ll find it hard to demolish.
Diet, schmiet. This stunning blackberry and marshmallow cake recipe is a true showstopper.
We’re a little nutty for these walnut macaroons with candied walnuts & lashings of coffee cream.
Despite its misleading name, baked Alaska is actually thought to originate from Norway. Tom Aikens’ version is a stunning take that is bound to impress.
These cupcakes are a delicious mix between a lemon sponge cake and a lemon meringue pie – all the zest things in life rolled into one.
Unexpected dinner guests? Pain perdu is one of those desserts that can be thrown together at a moment’s notice.
Dieters, look away now. These moreish molten caramel puddings are the ultimate embodiment of a decadent dessert.
This indulgent dessert is perfect for cooler days or as an anytime treat. The addition of a ginger crumble gives it a delicious, zesty tang while the butterscotch sauce adds sticky sweetness.
This wonderful iced mousse is like a lighter version of ice cream, and the star anise syrup really brings out the flavour of the rhubarb.
There is strawberries and champagne, and then there is Graham Campbell’s strawberries and champagne.
This is a stunning visual feast to finish a dinner party.
Healthy peanut butter cups? These little bites are dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan too. Dreams do come true.
Refreshment at its zest.