This recipe is also nut-free and gluten-free. Handy hints Instead of the lime, make the curd using lemon, or even orange juice. Make double the curd mixture and use it to fill mini pastry tartlet shells, or use as a topping for scones or pikelets. Note
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.
Sweet and spiked with liqueur, you can offer Irish coffee in place of traditional dessert.
Green tea powder is available from Asian food stores. If you don’t have an ice-cream maker, pour custard into shallow container and cover with foil, freeze until almost firm. Place ice-cream in large bowl, chop coarsely then beat with electric mixer until smooth. Pour into deep container, cover, freeze until firm. Repeat process twice more. […]
Gin comes in differing styles, with juniper berry the principle flavour. Choose one with added botanicals (components derived from plants), which will give the cocktail a more rounded, complex taste. Note
You can top with sliced strawberries or any other fruit of your choice. Makes 8 Note
These sweet little bites are a hint of zesty and a touch of creamy; a crowd pleaser and a joy to make.
Combine zesty lime with rum and the distinct aroma of mint to create this knockout, refreshing punch.
Do you like Piña colada? Get creative in the kitchen this weekend and surprise guests with these creamy and fruity piña colada cupcakes- simply divine!
You’ll come back to this one over and over again.
Make one packet of cake mix at a time. Bake two trays of cakes together and, while they’re baking, put the cake mixture into the next two trays. For the best effect, match the paper cases to the colours of the frosting and jelly crystals. Note
Chocolate stout is available from bottle shops or online. You can swap it for a dark stout if you like. Make sure all fruit is chopped to the same size as the sultanas. Note