Banana, chocolate, honeycomb … three simple ingredients that, when combined, produce the most satisfying dessert.
Chocolate and lime is a sleeper combination, but it’s a winner. Think cheesecake, meets key lime pie with a chocolate crust.
This may seem like a surprising combination, but one that works beautifully.
This tower of boozy cherries, cocoa cream and layers of chocolate cake is an indulgent but minimal update to the classic.
This recipe takes a simple tart recipe a little further, with almonds for crunch and a wholemeal crust for extra nuttiness.
Pretty in pink – and easy to devour.
Healthy red velvet cake? Miracles do exist.
High in fibre and an excellent source of vitamin A and C, South African peaches are a powerhouse of nutrients – and this tarte tatin is packed with them.
Quite frankly, there are simply not enough holidays for celebrating the beauty of chocolate. Indulge all year round with this sin-free caramel lava egg.
If there’s anything better than marshmallows, it’s honey and peanut butter swirl marshmallows.
Trifle can be made with any berry or fruit in season. It’s a simple way of getting sweet treats full of flavour, instead of snack bars full of unrecognisable ingredients.
Edible art? This is easy to make but impressive to serve, with the white panna cotta drizzled with bright red syrup and tiny pomegranate seeds.
These little pops make a mouth-wateringly minty bite.
This Canadian-inspired creation makes a wonderful afternoon tea centrepiece – dig in!
Rhubarb is the ultimate pie fruit. It goes with citrus, berries, custard, cream, hot, cold – it doesn’t seem to matter what you do with it, it always works.
“This combination is a little fancy and a bit unusual but it all works really well together.”
Creamy, custardy and packed full of coffee – meet your new favourite dessert.
Fragrant, fruity and full of flavour.
Deeply caramelised, crisp puff pastry and fluffy clouds of whipped ricotta make a comely base for an array of tempting toppings.
Edible art – The Wordrobe loves this delicate dip-dye bake.