Embrace the joy of a summer Christmas with this heavenly trifle recipe. With interspersing layers of raspberries, cream, sherry-spiked sponge cake and silky homemade sabayon, it's a dessert that is sure to delight.
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!
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.
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.
Nici Wickes’ choco-oat slice makes a great snack that’s a good one to get the kids or grandkids involved with making - it’s that easy and there’s barely any washing up! Best of all, it's free of both gluten and dairy!
This raspberry cheesecake brownie is an absolute star - you just can't go wrong when combining these two favourite desserts! Topped with the sweet tang of raspberries and a gorgeous raspberry syrup, it's a must-try sweet treat.
Discover just how versatile persimmons are in this divine slice, where they are complemented by the zingy flavours of raspberry and ginger. It's so easy to make and even easier to eat, especially when paired with a cup of tea!
A healthy treat perfect for cooling down kids (or adults!) on hot days, these flower power raspberry ice blocks are just as tasty as they sound. Whip them up in just 10 minutes, then freeze until solid.