Even if you don’t make your own pastry that often, this recipe is so simple that it’s worth the extra effort. The topping could also be tropical fruit or roasted rhubarb, just make sure whatever you use it’s generously piled high.
This peach trifle roll is a Christmas winner! It combines all the components of a trifle – custard, cream, fruit, jelly and sherry – rolled into a soft vanilla sponge that can be prepared ahead of time.
We don't think there's anything quite as heavenly as layers of light, crispy pastry filled with cream and zingy raspberries. Try this mille-feuille for dessert this Christmas... or just whenever you want something a little special!
This foolproof recipe for a classic Italian tiramisu is as impressive as it is simple. With silky-smooth mascarpone and a delicious injection of flavour from the espresso, this dish is perfect as a dinner party dessert.
Making a tub of creamy, homemade ice cream doesn’t come any easier than this! You don't even need an ice cream maker for this recipe - simply combine all the divine ingredients and let the freezer do the rest of the work.
These dainty little strawberry sponge sandwiches are divine! The only problem is, it’s very easy to eat a lot of them - which makes them perfect for dinner parties so they can be gobbled up quickly by your guests.
There's nothing quite like the comfort of a warm bowl of soup in the winter, and this cream cauliflower and bacon recipe is no different. The silky texture and crispy bacon topping makes such an irresistible combination!
The perfect combination of tart and sweet, these little rhubarb-berry crumbles are a delightful idea for a winter dessert. Serve with our silky ricotta cream and a sprinkle of orange zest for a real treat.
There are only five ingredients in this chocolate tart, but they combine to make something magical! Delicious puff pastry topped with a simple but divine chocolate ganache... what more could you want in a dessert?
In the late afternoon, there’s nothing nicer than a slice of this tea cake with lashings of blackberry cream, but it’s even more satisfying when you’ve foraged the berries yourself. If you can’t find wild berries, frozen ones will work just as well
Spoon yourself a bowl of Nadia Lim's ambrosia for a dessert that will take you back to your childhood. The soft and pillowy goodness, filled with crunches of chocolate, is the summer dessert of our dreams.