Week 48: Sticky Toffee Pudding

Alice NeillWeekly Recipes, WinterLeave a Comment

Serves 6 Mmmmmm.....What could be more delicious, deep and decadent than a sticky toffee pudding. With this dessert there is no holding back, you have to submit to the fact that this is calorific heaven, don't try and substitute it with low fat options, it is not worth it. Dates feature alongside the usual dried fruit Christmas fair and are ... Read More

Week 37: Plum Cobbler

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Serves 8 September surely is the most bountiful month as summer and winter produce are delivered together. You can crunch on a runner bean and tuck into a rosy red apple, bliss. The weather, however, is very much Autumnal, so I thought it only fitting to use our beautiful plums in a nourishing cozy pudding. You can use any soft ... Read More

Week 33: Raspberry Creme Brulee

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Serves 6 British raspberries are with out a doubt my favourite fruit, for me they out run the strawberry every time. The best raspberries come later in the season around early Autumn, but summer raspberries are just as tasty in this recipe. Raspberries tart, sharp nature lends itself well to rich creamy desserts and goes so well in a creme ... Read More

Week 28: Strawberry Trifles

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Serves 4 This is another summer party classic, I have served them up in little Kilner jars just for fun, but you can of course just make one large trifle. This dessert is all about layers and textures, each component is essential to make the perfect trifle. First the base, I have used the traditional Ladies Finger/Boudoir Biscuits; in the past ... Read More