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  • Christmas log

    A Christmas chocolate log will make Christmas lunch extra special - it's filled and carefully rolled with fresh cream and dusted in icing sugar for a really festive treat. The Christmas log mixture itself contains no flour or butter, so it's really light and the simple cream filling is delicious. Watch our video to see how simple it is to roll a roulade - it's easy when you know how, but seeing how it's done and what to expert will help give you confidence when it comes to rolling it at home. This Christmas log looks so pretty when it's sliced up that no one will even realise how easy it is to make. With a prep time of only 20 minutes, it couldn't be easier to put together and then you have to just leave it to chill in the fridge until it's time to dish it up and serve to guests!

    • 3
    (360 ratings)
  • Christmas trifle

    Christmas trifle

    This classic Christmas trifle recipe is the ultimate Christmas dessert. This easy mulled wine trifle recipe from Annie Bell is a real showstopper with layers of custard, cream, sponge and jelly. A Christmas twist on a classic British dessert - your mulled wine trifle would make a great alternative to the usual festive desserts. This recipe serves 8 people and will take around 1hr and 10 mins to prepare and cook. It's best to make this dessert ahead of time and prepare in advance so all you have to do on Christmas Day is add the finishing touches. This dessert is a delicious, classic trifle that you'll want to make time and time again. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container or covered tightly in clingfilm and stored in the fridge for up to 2 days.

    • 4
    (10 ratings)
  • Chocolate eclairs recipe

    Chocolate eclairs

    This chocolate eclairs recipe from Woman's Weekly is a classic. They're easy to make at home, filled with cream and topped with dark chocolate - delicious! Wow your dinner party guests with gorgeous, gooey éclairs made with homemade choux pastry. This recipe makes 12-15 eclairs and will take around 40 mins to bake. One of these delicious eclairs works out at only 247 calories per serving making them a light option for dessert! For leftovers, wrap the unfilled choux fingers in a freezer bag, seal, and freeze for up to 3 months. Refresh them in a hot oven to crisp them up after defrosting, and then leave them to cool before filling.

    • 3
    (45 ratings)
  • Simon Rimmer's caramelised banana eaton mess

    Simon Rimmer's banana Eton mess

    Banana Eton mess is a take on a classic recipe that's full of caramelised bananas, crunchy meringue and toffee sauce. Simon Rimmer's banoffee dessert is a delicious and simple dinner party idea that's ready in an hour! With a prep time of only 15 minutes, these couldn't be easier to make. In this Eton mess recipe, Simon makes the meringues from scratch, as they're really simple to make and you'll only need three ingredients - egg whites, sugar and sherry vinegar. But if you'd like to cheat and make this recipe even speedier, you can use shop-bought meringues - ideal if you need to whip up an delicious dessert in a hurry. Often, you can't get that same chewy centre and crunchy shell texture with the shop-bought meringues, but if you're in a rush, you can definitely cut a corner and use them instead. This banana Eton mess recipe serves 4 people. but you can easily double up quantities if you need to feed more people. Serve with an almond, pecan and raisin muesli to add a delicious crunch to it. This lovely and light recipes makes the perfect pud for a BBQ party, or a great dessert to have after Sunday dinner - your family will love it!

    • 3
    (16 ratings)
  • Lemon posset recipe

    Easy lemon posset recipe

    Lemon posset is a lovely recipe to make in advance for friends and family, because it can be prepped completely ahead of time. This quick lemon posset recipe means you get more time to spend with your guests, rather than having to fuss over pudding in the kitchen while everyone else is enjoying themselves. If you fancy putting your own twist on our lemon posset recipe then you could swap the citrus for another flavour - lime, orange or grapefruit would all be delicious substitutes. We like ours served up with some buttery biscuits, but you could of course use other sweet treats - the key we think is just adding a little bit of different texture. So even fruit, or crunchy caramel would be lovely.

    • 3
    (71 ratings)
  • coffee pavlova

    Coffee pavlova

    Coffee pavlova is a great treat to make if you're having friends or family over or just want something special for pudding. For the meringue, you only need five ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen - egg whites, sugar, coffee granules, cornflour and white wine vinegar. It's important to get good quality coffee as this will make the pavlova have a richer coffee flavour - perfect for any caffeine addicts. It takes a total of two hours to make this coffee pavlova but this delicious dessert is well worth the wait - and the effort! This coffee pavlova serves 8 to 10 people, so it's enough to serve a group of friends or family members if you're making it for pudding after Sunday roast or a special meal. We bet your guests will really appreciate being served a slice of this heavenly coffee pavlova.

    • 3
    (28 ratings)
  • Brown Sugar Pavlova with Mascarpone Cream and Roasted Figs

    Brown sugar pavlova with mascarpone cream and roasted figs

    Looking for a way to upgrade your pavlova recipe? This brown sugar pavlova with mascarpone cream and roasted figs is the perfect way to do it! Delicious ripe figs add a super-sweet kick to the basic pavlova recipe, and make this crispy dessert even more impressive. This pavlova recipe takes a total of 4 hours to make but it will be well worth the wait because it tastes so good. To make this delicious brown sugar pavlova, you only need six ingredients. This recipe serves six people and is guaranteed to impress!

    • 3
    (77 ratings)
  • American cheesecake

    American baked cheesecake

    Our American baked cheesecake recipe is a classic that's loved by everyone! Make it at home and you'll discover just how much better homemade is to shop bought and you'll never go back to buying again. Lashings of cream cheese turns this dessert into an American beauty. Baking the cheesecake base first will also ensure it tastes as good as it looks. A classic American baked cheesecake that's well worth the effort and you'll end up using as your go-to recipe. This recipe makes a regular sized cheesecake which will serve around 4-6 people. It will take around 2hrs and 15 mins to prepare and bake and is well worth the wait. You can easily top it with fresh fruit of your choice if you want to add an extra little edge to it too! Enjoy!

    • 3
    (96 ratings)
  • Leftover chicken bake

    Chicken and potato bake

    This chicken and potato bake is a great way of using up leftover roast chicken or turkey. Just mix it in with bacon, herbs and potatoes to make this tasty bake. This easy leftover chicken bake uses a rich creamy sauce which works wonders with the tender cuts of chicken meat and soft, buttery potatoes on top. If you don't have any bacon in the fridge you could opt for other hams instead like pancetta or leave out altogether. A delicious, wholesome meal for all the family. This recipe serves 2 people and will take around 1hr and 15 mins to cook. It's well worth the wait and the quantities in this recipe can be double or tripled to suit your family. This dish is great for hiding veggies too so add some leafy greens like spinach or kale to the chicken filling to count towards your family's 5-a-day. This recipe best made and eaten on the same day.

    • 3
    (75 ratings)
  • Pommy pavlovas

    Pomegranate pavlovas

    A really indulgent meringue dessert with redcurrant jelly, double cream and topped with pomegranate sauce. Give these mini pavlovas a go when you're next entertaining and your guests will be really impressed.

    • 3
    (17 ratings)
  • Blackberry and clotted cream palmiers

    Blackberry and clotted cream palmiers

    Palmiers are really easy to make yet look really impressive. Enjoy these biscuits on their own with a cuppa or as a fancy dinner party dessert.

    • 4
    (14 ratings)
  • Mango and Lime Parfait

    Mango and lime parfait

    This mango and lime parfait recipe is easy! Mix the exotic flavour of mangos and the sharp taste of lime in this delicous, refreshing French dessert. This tasty summer dessert serves 10-12 people and will take only 30 mins to prepare, plus overnight freezing. You're going to love the sweet flavours of both the mango and lime, it's a real summer treat. This light dessert is made with double cream, eggs and a sprinkling of sugar. It's a really simple dessert that the whole family can enjoy - especially in the warmer months!

    • 3
    (39 ratings)

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