Delicious and fancy desserts need not be complicated. Serve this easy dessert recipe after dinner or for special occasions.
This sponge pudding can be whipped up in less than 15 minutes and is light and tasty, with a delectable jam or golden syrup at the bottom.
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If you’re on a gluten-free diet, you know how difficult it is to find and enjoy a decent slice of pizza. A common complaint is that store-bought gluten-free pizza dough is often dried out and way more expensive than it should be, and though there are various gluten-free recipes available, it’s also equally difficult to find one that hits the right spot.
Well, this pizza dough recipe solves that problem. Crunchy and chewy, you’d be hardpressed to believe that this recipe is gluten-free. It is as good as, if not better than, regular dough that uses regular flour.
Try this gluten-free pizza dough recipe for your weekly fill of this favourite Italian dish.
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Healthy, home made grain bread…. Be patient with the proving, it may take up to 1½ hours. A very important step that ensures a good, moist, fine textured end result Continue reading “Soy Barley and Linseed Bread”
When something is flavoured with chocolate and orange, you know it’s going to be good. In this recipe, orange liqueur or juice is used in the mixture, giving the truffles a distinct orange flavour.
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Christmas Truffle Recipes
In a previous post, we included truffles in our list of Easy Chocolate Desserts. We’re here to give you more of these yummy-looking confections, seeing as these remain one of the most searched for recipes for the Christmas season.
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Decadent truffles make great holiday gifts. They are delicious, easy to make your own, and lovely no matter what packaging you choose. This basic recipe makes about 60 truffles, ready to enjoy or wrap in an hour.
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A partridge in a pear tree, a one-horse open sleigh, chestnuts roasting on an open fire – these may be the common images evoked whenever Christmas time comes around, thanks to the popularity of Christmas carols. But Christmas isn’t limited to just one kind of celebration, or one kind of food. If anything, the Christmas Season is a smorgasbord of various cultures across the globe, a coming together of many different people in many different ways. And when it comes to food, Christmas feasts are anything but ordinary, wherever you may be. We’ve put together a list of some of the most interesting Christmas food from all over the world, to help inspire you in whatever plans you may have for your Yuletide menu!
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Gelato ice cream, frozen yoghurt or sorbet – whatever your poison may be, making your own homemade varieties of these three frozen desserts is a treat and a lot easier to make than you might think.
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Put a creative twist on classic ice cream favourites!
Creating delectable ice cream art isn’t just for the professionals. There are plenty of simple tips and tricks you can use, which can turn a standard ice cream serve into a dessert to behold.
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What is it about macarons that makes even the most accomplished cook a little nervous? It’s definitely one of the more intricately difficult desserts to perfect, but instead of giving up and heading to your local bakery for a macaron fix, why don’t you try your hand at this beginners Chocolate Macaron recipe instead?
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