Honey, cinnamon and strawberries with cheesecake. Tastes so good!
A delicious tart that’s posh enough for a dinner party, but with homegrown rhubarb, an affordable option for the family.
Light and delicious – better than grandma’s!
The exotic perfume of feijoa and banana cooking together clashing with the assertive fruity tang from dried apricots elevates this crumble to my all-time favourite.
Meringues,cream and berries – an irresistible trio.
Lavender petals and vanilla seeds add their touch of magic to stonefruit.
One word: Sublime.
Calling all coffee lovers – you’ve got to try this deluxe and velvety version!
This is fab with copious cups of hot tea, but it also works as a dessert, served still warm, with a melting blob of vanilla ice cream or a jug of runny cream on the side.
Sugary trash is just that, trash, but that when sugar is used skillfully as in this dessert, it is a joy, an absolute treat, something to be treasured.
Don’t come anywhere near this if you are on a diet. This is unbelievably rich, decadent, sweet and soooo delicious.
Here’s a deluxe version of bread and butter pudding! You might need a nap after indulging though!
Crumble for breakfast? Why not! Think oats, fruit, cornflakes …
Make the most of seasonal fruit … and cheat a bit using ready-made pastry!
Plums and rum. It works!
Peaches and raspberries … must be summertime!
Wickedly naughty is all there is to say about these brownies.
One of the best examples of this delicious dessert.
Seasonal, simple, succulent.
Chocolate. Yum. Strawberries. Double Yum. You get the idea …
So not a school pudding!
The Germans sure know how to make a good Apfelkuchen!
The tang of apricots, oozing red juice of blueberries and texture of apples make this a standout crumble.
Yoghurt and oil produce and outstanding sponge, and the best thing is you don’t have to faff around beating butter and sugar together.
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