Fruity and fragrant – finish a feast with these speedy chocolate pear crumbles for just the right amount of decadence.
“Rum babas are light sweet yeasty cakes soaked in rum syrup. We make ours in little deep moulds and serve them with pineapple and more syrup. Serve with Coconut Chantilly for the ultimate dose of indulgence.”
This is a stunning visual feast to finish a dinner party.
Stevie McLaughlin, Head Chef at Restaurant Andrew Fairlie shares his autumnal recipe for a creamed…
This passion fruit pudim is flavoursome, fragrant and a fantasia of intriguing colours.
James Martin’s toffee ice cream cones are a fun and interesting way to turn tuiles into a creatively tempting dessert.
James Martin’s strawberry meringues with cream are our idea of summer, rain or shine.
This stunning and professional-looking cheesecake is surprisingly simple to replicate.
Bring a taste of the tropics to the table with Gabriel Gaté’s pavlova with exotic fruits.
Add a little va va voom to the childhood classic with William Curley’s Jaffa Cake tarts.
Craving something sweet? Daniel Wilson’s mandarin crème brûlée has all the answers.
Simple and silky smooth, these dark chocolate and orange set creams with muscovado sticks can be whipped up in minutes and left to set, leaving you time to really enjoy that gettogether with friends or family.
Darren Purchese’s gin & tonic tarts are so much fun. What could be better than a favourite cocktail in tart form? Make these and watch them disappear.
This avocado & chilli with horchata foam is a creation born from Fanny Zanotti’s flavour obsession.
We know what you’re thinking: a sticky toffee pudding as a slimming recipe? At Pinch…
Passionfruit and white chocolate are a match made in heaven.
Carrot cake has to one of the best traditional Swedish cakes. Simon Bajada’s recipe brings together all the same flavours in an easy-to-make, delicious dessert.
Icelandic chef Agnar Sverrisson serves up a refreshing blood orange with a moreish coconut sorbet.
It’s no easy feat, but Mark Best’s chocolate mousse ‘écrasé’ with eucalyptus and coconut is a true bite of culinary chasms.
In this Nordic dessert, cardamom goes beautifully with velvety ganache and crunchy meringue.