As we’re in France lets make a classic French dessert, or is it from Cambridge…hmm that’s for another day. This method doesn’t call for messing around with water baths, instead it’s just cooked low and slow in the oven. Continue reading →
I love tiramisu, but I don’t like having to make it in advance and trying to portion it from a whole dish. So I this is a quick tiramisu recipe that can be put together effortlessly. Continue reading →
This is a brilliantly easy and extremely tasty tart tatin style cake, the combination of rum and pineapple is classic and reminiscent of a good cocktail. The sponge is very light, fluffy & moist and the little kick from the spiced rum really makes this dessert ‘worth’ eating! Continue reading →
A decadent end to any meal is a light and refreshing dessert and this was a perfect end to ours.
This summer dessert is great for big kids!
It’s very quick to do with very little work and a very rewarding payout at the end. Continue reading →