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Our classic pavlova recipe

Perfect your pavlova with this classic pavlova recipe - a spongy marshmallow centre with cracking good meringue shell, piled high with cream and delicious summer fruits.

Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 09, 2020

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  • Baked caramel cheesecake

    What could be better than a classic baked cheesecake? One with added caramel, of course.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 09, 2020

  • Apple crunch pie with vanilla bean custard

    Combine two of the most comforting desserts, sweet pie and fruit crumble, to make this indulgent winter warmer to curl up on the couch with. This apple and blackberry crumble pie goes beautifully with a dollop of ice-cream or fresh cream.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jan 01, 2020

  • Eggnogg bavarois cake

    This stunning creation is the perfect addition to your Christmas dessert line-up.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Dec 19, 2019

  • Gingerbread gift boxes

    These gingerbread gift boxes are an adorable (and edible) way to package up any sweet treat. Go all out this Christmas and whip up a bunch for dessert.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Dec 12, 2019

  • Nutella cheesecake

    This creamy cheesecake gets its flavour from the popular chocolate hazelnut spread. Decorated with edible glitter and a Grand Ferrero it makes an impressive Christmas centrepiece.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Dec 05, 2019

  • Pistachio and apricot baklava cake

    With all the well loved flavours of baklava layered between moist cake, this tastes as good as it looks.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 20, 2019

  • Banoffee meringue with honeycomb

    This banoffee meringue is set to impress with layers of crispy toffee, tender banana and rich cream all on top of a crumbly sweet meringue base.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 15, 2019

  • Mandarin and chai souffles

    Fragrant spices and tangy citrus of mandarins make this lighter-than-air souffle recipe an absolute feast for the senses.

    Australian Women's Weekly|May 20, 2019

  • Postre chajá cake

    Postre chajá was created by the owner of a family restaurant in Uruguay. He called his meringue-based dessert 'chajá' after an indigenous bird of the same name, whose fluffy white neck and head plumage reminded him of the meringue. The ability to spot the resemblance seems to be unique to the cake's creator.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 27, 2019

  • Chocolate, pecan and raisin scrolls

    These indulgent chocolate scrolls are studded with crunchy pecans and sweet raisins, using the same basic mixture for our hot cross buns recipe. The addition of melted chocolate puts a fun twist on this Easter classic.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 28, 2019

  • How to make crème brûlée

    Translated literally, "crème brûlée" simply means "burned cream". And while that might be technically what's happening, we can't help but think this humble dessert benefited greatly from having a name with a little French flair.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 05, 2019