Dessert

Adults only desserts: Alcoholic sweet treats for the weekend

These indulgent cakes, slices and puddings are wonderfully sweet and a little bit cheeky. Baked with a dash, or two, of our favourite wines, liqueurs and spirits, these decadent desserts are the perfect way to finish a long week. From our mocha self-saucing pudding and pina colada cupcakes, to our cream-filled brandy snaps and liqueur chocolate eclairs, there's a dish for every sweet tooth.
Brandy snaps
Dessert
May 30, 2012

Brandy snaps

Beautifully retro and irresistibly delicious, the folk at Woman’s Day would like to re-introduce you to the brandy snap. Eat immediately to preserve the crispness, you say? If we must.
By Women's Weekly Food
Lime sorbet splice with mojito fruit salad
Dessert
September 30, 2011

Lime sorbet splice with mojito fruit salad

You will need about 9 limes and 4 passionfruit for this recipe. If you don’t have an ice-cream machine for Step 3, pour mixture into a shallow, freezeproof container; freeze until just set. Chop mixture, process until coarsely chopped; add egg white and process until combined. Freeze until partially frozen. Note
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BERRY JELLIES WITH LIQUEUR &MASCARPONE
Dessert
January 31, 2010

Berry jellies with liqueur and mascarpone

To remove pomegranate seeds: cut the pomegranate in half crossways, and using your fingers, scrape the seeds from the flesh while holding the pomegranate upside-down in a bowl of cold water; the seeds will sink and the white pith will float to the surface. Discard the pith, and drain the seeds before using. Note
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Lemonliqueurmacaroons
Baking
July 31, 1975

Lemon liqueur macaroons

Limoncello is an Italian lemon-flavoured liqueur made from the peel only of fragrant lemons, which is steeped in clear alcohol then diluted with sugar and water. Store unfilled macaroons in an airtight container for about a week. Fill macaroons just before serving. Note
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