This impressive-looking dessert is much easier to make than you think, and with only four-ingredients it creates the perfect easy dessert for a crowd. You'll need to start the day before you want to serve it to allow for freezing.
This indulgent chocolate tiramisu ice-cream cake makes the ultimate dessert when entertaining. It takes a little while to refrigerate and set, so you'll need to start the day before you want to tuck in.
While traditional granitas and sorbets are packed full of sugar, this refreshing melon and citrus recipe from The Australian Women’s Weekly’s ‘Sugar-Free’ cookbook is sweetened naturally with stevia for a healthy, cooling dessert.
If you're looking for healthy ways to satisfy your sweet tooth, this deliciously creamy frozen terrine from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'Eat Clean with Superfoods' cookbook is for you. With all the flavours of chocolate and coconut ice-cream, this is vegan and sugar-free.
The goodness of fresh berries and pineapple is combined with protein-packed yoghurt for a nutrient-rich start to the day. This cool and creamy recipe is from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'Smoothies and Juices' cookbook.
The irresistible combination of refreshing watermelon, zesty lime, dark chocolate chips and tequila makes it all too easy to eat a half quantity of these delicious morsels in one go. You'll find this recipe, and others like it, in The Australian Women's Weekly's 'SWEET' cookbook.
It's great to have the kids home for a few days, but it's pretty easy to run out of ideas to keep them entertained. Luckily, little ones seem to love getting involved in the kitchen, and letting them help out with the food prep is a great way to keep them busy. We've put together a collection of simple, tasty recipes that the kids will have a ball with over the holidays!