An old favourite is given a new twist! The brioche gives it a lovely rich flavour, but this recipe also works well with soft-baked batch bread.
This deluxe chocolate fridge cake is easy to make, simple, and looks stunning when served. A nice recipe to make with the kids.
A lovely chocolate Victoria sandwich cake that is light and easy to make. Make sure you use 100% unsweetened cocoa. You can use other fruits instead of strawberries - cherries or raspberries work a treat.
This is a fresh vanilla custard slice made with slices of puff pastry sandwiched together with jam and a thick layer of custard or cream. They can be dusted with icing sugar or iced with a thin glaze. For coffee-flavored custard, omit the vanilla, and add strong coffee essence to taste just before use. For lemon-flavored custard, infuse the zest of a lemon in the milk.
This cake celebrates life, vitality and nobility. The ingredients are raw and the deliciousness factor soars to ethereal heights! If you are lucky enough to know a noble soul personally, cherish them closely and perhaps make them this cake? It is unbelievably light, dairy-free and gluten-free. This no-bake cake is lovingly simple and silkily nutritious, and once made it may be left in the freezer until hungry hearts are ready to enjoy. The fresh chilled strawberry fruitiness catapults the taste buds to a healthy happy land. I like to play with the fruit combos, sometimes blueberries, sometimes raspberries, sometimes rhubarb and ginger. The creamy cashew filling is the perfect sweet peanut-like tasting base and with the delicious date and walnut crust this cake is the nuts in a most yummerific way.
Delicious fruity cake that will keep moist for several days.