Nigella Lawson 's Chocolate Raspberry Pavlova: You can’t beat a summer pavlova recipe, especially a crisp-chewy meringue base, with nuggets of chocolate. The meringue provides an enticing layer beneath the cream and crimson raspberries.
Chocolate coffee meringue roulade
Combine meringue, chocolate and coffee to create a decadent dessert that you won't be able to say no to seconds, or thirds, or fourths. (for the recipe search chocolate coffee meringue roulade on the delicious.
Chocolate Brownie Meringue Cake w/ Raspberry Cream - This heavenly dessert – gooey brownie and squidgy meringue sandwiched with whipped cream and raspberries – is perfect for any celebration.
Bailey’s Irish Cream Cheesecake
Boozy, sinful and decadent Irish Cream Cheesecake loaded with Bailey’s Irish Cream, will be great St. Patrick’s Day dessert.
Salted caramel chocolate fondants
Try our salted caramel chocolate fondant recipe. This melt in the middle chocolate pudding has a salted caramel sauce centre for an rich chocolate dessert
It doesn't get much more indulgent than these classic melt-in-the-middle chocolate desserts, serve them at your next dinner party
We've taken the classic festive drink and rolled it into a scrumptious Christmas dessert. Don't miss our Baileys and chocolate roulade recipe (baileys drinks)
Recipe: Chocolate Roulade with Boozy Blackberries
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Irish Car Bomb Bundt Cake
St Patrick’s Day Dessert: Irish Car Bomb Bundt Cake
Chocolate hazelnut meringue roulade
Nutty meringue wrapped around a decadent chocolate mousse filling - this is set to become a firm family favourite.
Chocolate Guinness Stout Cake with Chocolate Ganache
This Chocolate Guinness Stout Cake with Chocolate Ganache is a chocoholic’s DREAM! Moist, fluffy, rich and deep chocolate Bundt cake with a sinfully delectable chocolate ganache glaze. Perfect for St. I realized something
Paul& version of the classic chocolate fondant is all about timing. Don’t let the puddings bake to the point that their surface begins to crack, as this means the centres are starting to cook.