So you have a little bit of rhubarb left to savour. But do you want pie or crumble? How to decide? Oh I know!! Both, together. Rhubarb pie with a crumble top. You’re welcome.
These really are the simplest treat, with only 3 ingredients. Totally guilt free, and they make a great alternative to ice-cream.
Ripe sweet cherries are almost obscene in their perfection. This decadent french dessert is light and airy but at the same time deep in flavour. It might not be a classic summer dessert in your family…yet. But I bet once you taste it, you’ll agree it tastes like summer.
This ice-cream is a chocolate lovers dream. It’s everything! So rich and chocolatey it blows the mind. And the lemon coulis, well lets just call Quidee an evil genius.
Nothing beats a rhubarb pie, but from one pound of rhubarb I can make enough syrup to last much longer than any pie ever will.
PS: It also goes well with gin. Just saying.
This sorbet is sweet, tart, refreshingly cool and fruity and beautifully coloured by nature. Please excuse me, I need to go buy more kiwis!
Our delicious No-Bake Peanut Butter Oat Balls, are filled with healthy fats, oats, and just a bit of chocolate. They will keep you satisfied and they are about 150 calories each.
The beauty of homemade ice-cream is that you can customize the flavour to whatever you like. For us, mango and ginger make a great combination, and by adding the ginger only at the last-minute, its flavour is subtle and charming in that “hmm, what is that?” kind of way.
Caramel sauce is the bad boy of the dessert world. It’s hard to say “no” to, it’s not particularly good for you, and the only thing that makes it better is a little booze.
Sometimes you want a dessert that feels a little fancy, but not fussy. There are also those times when you just want to treat yourself, and not feel too bad about eating the whole dish. For those moments, I give you, individual apple crisp.