Sensational stone fruits.
This sweet and fruity nectarine and almond upside-down cake is the perfect treat for afternoon tea.
This wonderfully fluffy nectarine teacake is naturally sweetened with fruit, and tastes so good you’d never know it was sugar-free!
These tarts are the perfect expression of sumer. When cooked, the nectarines and apricots soften and slightly caramelise, becoming the perfect foil to the buttery crunch of the pastry and the nuts. Note
You could use apricots as well or instead of either fruit for this divine peach and nectarine trifle. As a rule of thumb, just go with whatever is best in season.
This cake can be made easily in a food processor. Start with butter, sugar and rind and gradually add remaining ingredients, processing to form a smooth batter. Note
Make the most of the delicious stone fruits now in season.
The macadamia filling is similar to the more common almond frangipane.
Sweet and tart, fruity and creamy, this dessert is a taste sensation that will impress any guest.
Perfect for afternoon tea or a delicious dessert this nectarine cake is fruity, sweet and soft.
Roasting stone fruits intensifies their flavour as well as drawing out their natural sweetness, which helps make this roast nectarine tart exceedingly delicious. Serve warm with lashings of cream.
Grilling peaches and nectarines brings out the intense flavour of the fruit, which is beautifully complemented by the nougat mascarpone.