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  • cheesecakes

    Tangy orange cheesecakes

    These individual tangy orange cheesecakes are the perfect dinner party dessert. This no bake recipe means that after a quick bit of prep all you need to do is leave your cheesecakes in the fridge to chill before serving after dinner. The sharpness of citrus cuts through the richness of the cheesecakes, and our recipe for tangy orange cheesecakes includes a splash of Cointreau for a boozy twist on this post-dinner treat. These mini orange cheesecakes are easy to make and the results are irresistibly rich and creamy. Try this recipe for a guaranteed successful ending to your next dinner party.

    • 0
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  •  Michel Roux Jr.'s almond and orange cake

    Michel Roux Jr.'s almond and orange cake

    Orange cake is always a good idea with a cuppa and this Michel Roux Jr.'s almond and orange cake is a delicious, easy cake that is perfect for dessert. Trust Masterchef judge, Michel Roux to help you bake a moist and delicious cake that's fit for any restaurant - and it's easy too. This recipe serves 8-10 people, so it's ideal for when you know you're having friends or family over and you want to bake a homemade treat. This simple orange and almond cake takes 1hr and 10 mins plus chilling time to prepare and cook, but it's so worth the wait. This delicious cake is great served with ice cream or lashing of double cream for dessert or serve on it's own the next day with a cuppa. This restaurant-worthy cake is a really winner with plenty of citrus flavour thanks to the freshly grated zest of orange, orange juice and marmalade. The almonds add a nutty bite to this cake which works wonders with the moist sponge.

    • 3
    (281 ratings)
  • Slimming World's Spanish orange cake

    Slimming World's Spanish orange cake

    Slimming World's Spanish orange cake is zesty and moist with a soft sponge - you won't believe it's guilt-free! The whole family will love this easy orange cake, which serves 10. It takes around an hour to prepare and bake the orange sponge, plus cooling time. If you'd like to give this cake a twist, why not swap the orange in this recipe for fresh lemon and lemon juice instead? Oranges are everywhere in Spain and in many towns, you’ll see orange trees lining the streets, especially in southern cities like Seville. With a slice of this cake, you can close your eyes and be transported on holiday!

    • 3
    (144 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's orange and plum crumble

    Mary Berry's orange and plum crumble

    Make Mary Berry's delicious orange and plum crumble recipe in just 4 simple steps. Both the crumble and the filling can be made a day in advance to save you more time after dinner. This recipe serves 6 people and will take around 30-40 mins to cook. It's a delicious twist on a Sunday afternoon classic. The tangy orange flavour and the softness of the plums really work well together to make one delicious plum crumble. Add the buttery crumble and you've got one mouth-watering dessert. Serve this tasty dessert with a drizzle of cream, dollop of custard or scoop of ice cream. The choice is yours! This recipe is a great way of using up a glut of plums you might have growing in your garden or sitting in your fruit bowl.

    • 3
    (139 ratings)
  • Sophie Dahl's raspberry and orange Victoria sponge with buttercream recipe

    Sophie Dahl's orange and raspberry Victoria sponge

    Celebrity chef Sophie Dahl makes this perfect orange and raspberry Victoria sponge as part of her BBC2 show The Delicious Miss Dahl. But you don't have to be a celebrity chef to copy Sophie's delicious sponge made with tangy raspberry jam and topped with orange buttercream frosting - which is really easy to make! Sophie shows us how to make the perfect quick Victoria sponge, without scrimping on flavour, and it only uses store cupboard staples so you don't have to spend hours in the supermarket to whip this cake up! We love serving this with clotted cream and a large mug of tea - the perfect cake for tea!

    • 4
    (71 ratings)
  • Christmas pudding

    Christmas pud with orange liqueur sauce

    This pudding is rich, fragrant with spices and packed with dried fruit. Top it off with a sinful hot orange liqueur sauce and you've got a Christmas pud that's deliciously different as well as being dairy- and gluten-free

    • 3
    (31 ratings)
  • Pumpkin and orange soup

    Pumpkin and orange soup

    This amber-coloured, velvety soup is perfect for lunch with your favourite bread, or as a starter with crème fraiche and toasted pumpkin seeds.

    • 3
    (229 ratings)
  • Vin d'Orange

    Homemade orange rosé wine

    Homemade orange rosé wine, also known as vin d'oranges, is easy to make with fruity wine, Seville oranges, vodka and brandy and would make a lovely foodie gift in bottles tied with ribbons. Seville oranges are only in season for a short time and are more commonly used to make marmalade. It's simple to make a month ahead of when you need it then crack it open with friends. After a month, decant the vin d’oranges into pretty bottles and serve chilled. Cheers!

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • Slimming World's iced raspberry and orange parfait

    Slimming World's iced raspberry and orange parfait

    This delicious Slimming World's iced raspberry and orange parfait is a simple, delightful dessert that you'll want to make time and time again. Prepare in just 20 mins and leave overnight to freeze. This easy dessert serves 8 people and is perfect if you've got friends over. This guilt-free parfait is bursting with flavour thanks to the citrus orange and tangy raspberry combo. It's the ideal treat for summer months.

    • 5
    (4 ratings)
  • Orange ricotta pancakes

    Orange ricotta pancakes

    A fun twist on a classic family favourite - ideal for a snack or lunch

    • 4
    (7 ratings)
  • mackerel

    Slimming World's grilled mackerel with chilli and watercress salad

    Spice up mackerel with this tasty chilli and zesty recipe - perfect for al fresco dinning in the summer, plus it's ready in just 20 minutes

    • 4
    (13 ratings)
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    Caramelised clementine risotto

    Sweet risotto makes a delicious dessert with a fun twist. This recipe uses condensed milk, butter and sugar for a luxurious treat. The addition of the zingy clementines makes sure it's not too rich and balances out the creamy rice. It makes a quick and easy dessert when you only have a few store cupboard ingredients in the house.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)

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