Posts Tagged: Sweet treats

Bill Granger Baked Ricotta Cheesecake FT

Bill Granger’s Baked Ricotta Cheesecake

Ingredients 125g amaretti biscuits 125g digestive or wholewheat biscuits 125g butter, melted and cooled 400g strawberries, hulled and halved, to serve for the filling 4 eggs 115g (½ cup) caster sugar 600g ricotta cheese 160g… Read more »

Flourless Chocolate Cake

Flourless Chocolate Cake

This is quite a modern flourless chocolate cake, using only a small amount of hazelnut meal to give body, resulting in a mousse-like texture. As eggs are the main ingredient, this cake rises up during… Read more »

Chocolate Chunk Fudge Cookies

Anneka’s BakeClub: Chocolate Chunk Fudge Cookies

Recipe by Anneka Manning This is a deliciously decadent cookie not for the faint-hearted! Ingredients 450g good-quality dark chocolate, coarsely chopped 125g butter, softened ½ cup lightly packed(100g) brown sugar 2 eggs, at room temperature… Read more »

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Lemon Tart

This is a gorgeous, silky smooth, lemony tart ideal for those who prefer a not-so-sweet dessert. Try replacing the lemon zest and juice with lime zest and juice for a slightly different flavour. Ingredients 1… Read more »

Rhubarb, Apple & Strawberry Crumble

Rhubarb, Apple & Strawberry Crumble

If you haven’t put these winter fruits together before, you’re in for a treat. They match up beautifully in this warming crumble, with the slightly tart flavour offset perfectly by the sweet, cinnamon-infused topping. Ingredients… Read more »

Double Chocolate Mud Cake

Sweet Treat: Double Chocolate Mud Cake

Recipe by Amira Georgy Now this is a special occasion cake! Our recipe for Double Chocolate Mud Cake starts with a white chocolate batter, which bakes into a deliciously dense mud cake. Next, it’s covered… Read more »

Orange & Poppyseed Friands

Sweet Treat: Orange & Poppyseed Friands

Recipe by Amira Georgy These small oval cakes, made with almond meal and eggwhites, are a little fancier than regular muffins (though if you’re having trouble finding a friand pan, you could use a half-cup… Read more »