Delightfully sweet and fragrant.
You will need about two bunches of rhubarb for this recipe. To spread the second layer of cake batter over the crumble, without mixing the two, dollop the batter into each corner first, then gently spread the batter toward the centre. Note
The perfect sweet treat for your next brunch or morning tea!
Peach & vanilla yoghurt fools
Don’t thaw the frozen blueberries before using as they will bleed colour into the cake batter. Note
A totally irresistible custard dessert.
We know nothing quite beats the real thing, but when the bakery is closed and you have a craving that just won’t quit, this cheat’s vanilla slice is a worthy recipe.
Sinfully sweet raspberry and vanilla cupcakes. These baked beauties are moist, decadent, and make a perfect mid-morning or afternoon treat!
Wrap the steamer lid in a clean tea towel to avoid condensation drops falling onto the custards. Cook custards in two batches if they don’t all fit in your steamer. Note
I scream, you scream… we all scream for ice-cream.
A first-class morning tea treat.
It is fine to use a 300ml carton of cream for this recipe. Note
Sweet, creamy with a vibrant tang from rhubarb.
This subtly spiced cheesecake is very festive in its flavours. Perfect to cosy up with in the cooler months.
This classic dish is comforting, dependable and delicious. No wonder it is so popular in so many cultures around the world.
Perfect as a festive season gift or special treat, these buttery shortbread rise to new heights with the pairing of vanilla and cinnamon.
This recipe celebrates the classic scone by keeping the ingredients and flavours simple.
Italian for ‘cooked cream’, panna cotta is a soft, sweet set-cream dessert that wobbles like a delicious jelly. Served here with mixed-berry compote for a burst of tart flavour.
If you thought the ice-cream wafer sandwich couldn’t be improved, think again. These vanilla strawberry swirl macarons will have your guests swooning with delight. The ice-cream will barely have enough time to melt before they’re all gone.
A good basic, light cake that is perfect as a base for kids’ birthday cakes. It is also nice plain or with cream and berries.
You can make glacé icing without butter (or oil) but, a tiny amount of butter will add gloss to the icing and make it easy to cut neatly without butter, glacé icing tends to shatter when you cut it. Note
Bite-sized tarts with a vanilla and raspberry crème brûlée filling and a crispy toffee topping make an elegant dessert or afternoon tea.