Christmas isn't the same without a beautiful fruit cake or pudding! From traditional recipes to butterscotch, honeycomb and even gluten-free variations, these Christmas cakes and puddings will bring the cheer to your celebrations this year.
You should never feel guilty about indulging in a well-earned dessert - but if you're wanting to cram a bit more goodness into a pudding, this refined sugar-free ginger, pear and pistachio crumble recipe is perfect!
Everyone loves an individual dessert and baked Alaska is always a huge crowd-pleaser – it screams effort, yet is deceptively easy to put together. These can be made round or square, just make sure they’re loaded up with tangy lemon curd.
So popular in restaurants and dead easy to make at home, these chocolate puddings are incredible! Don’t be fooled by imitation recipes where the gooey filling is just undercooked batter – these ones are the real deal.
We just can’t get enough of this rice pudding – it’s creamy and rich, spiked with tart rhubarb to temper the sweet creaminess of the custard. It puts a deliciously modern twist on a comforting childhood dessert!
This gorgeous steamed pudding is such a treat on a cold winter's night. The sweet caramel pairs beautifully with the gently spicy crystallised ginger, not to mention the luxurious brandy-spiked custard sauce!
Nici Wickes always has frozen berries on hand so she can whip up a crumble at the drop of a hat - not a bad rule to live by, in our opinion! A crumble is very easily scaled down for one, like in this sweet and simple recipe.
Who doesn’t love a winter pudding to warm up with on a cold night? Cooking for one doesn’t need to be hard either - this mug mud cake pudding is scaled down to suit you, fitting perfectly into one large or two smaller mugs.
When it comes to the end of a cold winter's night, there's nothing better than an irresistibly comforting dessert to warm you up. From self-saucing pudding to baked apples, these are our best recipes for fighting the winter blues.
It would be hard to find a more heavenly dessert than these chocolate toffee molten puddings, especially when drizzled with our salted caramel sauce. Serve warm from the oven so the liquid filling oozes out when you tuck in!