Grazing Tables: 18 Ideas and How to Make Your Own
From charcuterie to sushi to desserts, you'll love these delicious grazing table ideas, bursting with all the best things in life!
Rhubarb and vanilla sponge pudding recipe | delicious. magazine
Debbie Major’s simple, fruity rhubarb sponge pudding recipe is ideal for serving after a Sunday roast – with cream, of course.
Apple and Almond Cake
It's astonishing how buttery this cake tastes, given that there is not a gram of butter in it. The flour is replaced with ground almonds - and cooked, cooled, pureed fruit provides moistness and flavour. For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list.
Mini Trifles | Christmas Recipe | Cooking with Nana Ling
These individual mini trifles are one of our most popular recipes, made extra special with a layer of Nana Ling’s flummery recipe.
Our favourite chocolate fondants recipe | delicious. magazine
When a rich, deeply chocolatey fondant is done right it’s hard to beat and we think these are the best of the best.
Lemon Meringue Cake
In all honesty, the origin of this cake is simply that I cannot make a go of a lemon meringue pie. I've tried, and I've tried, and it's not that I've utterly failed, but I haven't completely delighted myself. There's enough of that kind of falling short in the rest of life, without having to usher in disappointment and self-loathing in the kitchen. This, then, is the easy option. And the funny thing is, the layers of sponge, with their crisp-carapaced squashy-bellied meringue topping are…
Mini Chocolate Orange Cheesecakes!
Easy and delicious no-bake individual chocolate orange cheesecakes with a biscuit base, chocolate orange cheesecake filling, and even more!
Danish Christmas Pudding
I know how to make the best Danish Rice Pudding Ever. So airy and UTTERLY DELICIOUS, this traditional Risalamande is sure to be a hit at your holiday table.
Christmas Pudding Crumble | Christmas Desserts | Tesco Real Food
This blackberry, pear and apple crumble is topped with leftover Christmas pudding for an easy festive dessert. See more Christmas desserts at Tesco Real Food.
I confess: it was the title that lured me. Tell me you don’t feel the same. I came across this in a recipe by Elinor Klivans, whom I often turn to for chocolatey solace, in her The Essential Chocolate Chip Cookbook, which includes the wonderful phrase “let the chocolate chips fall where they will”. Although her recipes always work to the letter, my recipe is not hers. I am inspired by the digestive and chocolate base and coffee ice cream filling (though if you’re feeding children, I’d…
Turkish Delight Syllabub
This hasn't got the temple-aching sweetness of Turkish Delight, nor its palate-cleaving glutinousness, but rather it is a cloud-light spoon-pudding version which attempts to catch its aromatic essence. That it requires no cooking, merely some pouring and whisking, doesn't hurt either. For US cup measures, use the toggle at the top of the ingredients list.