Apricot-Almond Cobbler Cobbler is a fruit dessert with a thick top layer of crust. In this version of the classic, spiced apricot wedges are arranged atop a toasted-almond batter. Baking puffs up the cake, so only bits of fruit peek through.
The biscuit topping on this classic cherry cobbler is extra rich and tender thanks to the addition of heavy cream. Use fresh cherries in this recipe if you like, or save time by choosing frozen cherries.
Jammy coconut squares are full of sweet jam and soft sponge. You'll be mad not to try this moreish recipe. Plus, there's no better flavour combo than jam and coconut - it's our favourite! Get the recipe: Jammy coconut squares
Chocolate, toffee and peanut squares Rachel Allen's recipe for chocolate and toffee peanut squares couldn't be easier. Top a simple shortbread with a toffee sauce, peanuts and melted chocolate and leave to set - simple!
You can use fresh or frozen raspberries in this triple-tested very berry chocolate tray bake from Essentials magazine. Serve with whipped cream if you're having it for pud.Get the recipe: Very berry chocolate tray bake