This light and lovely vanilla cake is just what you need for a simple dessert. The cake itself is a dream to whip up - just 15 minutes of work and you'll have it in the oven - and the passionfruit and yoghurt topping is heavenly.
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.
Create little morsels of sweetness with this mango profiteroles recipe! Homemade pastries are filled with cream and silky mango curd - making a bite-sized dessert that is perfect for your next summer dinner party.
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!
With zingy raspberries and chunks of white chocolate, all you need is a glass of bubbles to make this the most delicious start to Christmas Day. Start on the dough a day ahead to result in beautifully light brioche.
This dessert is just a little bit magical! It’s easy to make, turns out of the tin like a dream and is much less rich than it looks. Give it a go - it's perfect for occasions when you're after something a little bit special.
Penny Allan of Dunedin's No7 Balmac shares the recipe for their silky-smooth condensed milk flan, so you can enjoy a gorgeous restaurant-style dessert whenever you like! Pair with their orange marmalade for an added treat.
This luxurious tart is the ultimate in sweet indulgence. Rich, silky dark chocolate is topped with delightful honeyed walnuts and served alongside juicy poached pears - what more could you want in a dessert?
These little biscuits are the French version of shortbread, mainly from the Brittany area, and they are rich, buttery and too delicious! Keep a batch on hand for an irresistible treat when the temptation comes.