Summer’s coming … close your eyes, sniff this bowl of gorgeous fruit and you are there!
Blueberries and apple is such a classic, and for good reason.
This is one of those OHMYGOD! cakes – simply sensational!!!
Want to use less sugar in baking? Substitute maple syrup for sugar … just make sure you use the real thing.
Pears are often overlooked for novel or exotic fruit and I reckon it’s because we’ve lost the art of ripening them and we’re eating them hard.
Yep, someone ate it all up!
O-ho, this is rich – chocolate, Marsala-soaked fruits and pastry – but sooooo delicious!
Light-as-air hot cakes. Serve ’em up and watch them go!
These will perk up the office morning tea break
Buttery crispy-edged mouthfuls of gorgeousness
No guilt with this dessert – you are getting your daily fruit!
Coconut cream, crushed hazelnuts and mango sounds just the ticket to help you keep your cool in sticky weather.
Now’s the time to make this simple and gorgeous frangipane fruit tart.
Chocolate and cherries, cherries and chocolate. Mmmm …
This dessert is a winner. Simple, quick, must be prepared ahead, and tastes fantastic.
Imagine these on your Christmas table. Oh-er, yes!
Hard to resist – puff pastry, sticky caramel bananas and rum and raisin ice cream – so why try? Just tuck in!
Adding a splash of elderflower cordial to white peaches makes them tantalisingly fragrant.
Labna is thick and creamy, velvety-textured and lemony fresh, but not at all rich to eat.
Baked apples with custard or cream are really good but even better served while hot with cold ice cream. The contrast!
Eat your colours for breakfast.
This stuff’s addictive. There’s no cure. If you make a batch, you’ll simply have to invite neighbours around and not let them leave until the lot is eaten, otherwise you’ll eat it all yourself.
Wickedly naughty is all there is to say about these brownies.
Whoa – this is a good one – apple & cranberry pie scented with a few grates of orange zest, topped with homemade pastry. Seconds guaranteed.
Oh-la-la … little French tarts to wow your guests. When you see those little cutie baby pears come on sale, remember this recipe. It’s made for them!