Olive oil cake is nothing new to anyone who is familiar with Italian cooking. It keeps the cake lovely and moist.
A bit fancy, but this is a dish to show off with.
Don’t knock the classics. This looks so impressive and, frankly, so 70s, but so what?
This looks elaborate, but in actual fact it is surprisingly simple to make.
One for the sweet toothed – here, the marbling is achieved by sandwiching the two different doughs with the Nutella and banana, then giving the dough a couple of judicious twists before laying it in the tin.
We’re a little nutty for these walnut macaroons with candied walnuts & lashings of coffee cream.
Dig in to this vibrant and sophisticated dessert.
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.
This looks very impressive considering that you don’t really make anything, and it’s great for dinner parties.
Ideal for a summery evening, this red mullet dish comes complete with lashings of warm olive oil and lemon juice dressing.
Soy good – and soy simple.
When nothing but a bite of decadence will do, James Martin’s peanut butter caramel shortbreads are bound to satisfy.