Gur Cake

From: Kitchen Hero: Rediscovering The Irish Kitchen

This can be made with stale cake rather than bread if preferred, in which case omit the dried fruit.

Blackberry Amber

From: Kitchen Hero: Rediscovering The Irish Kitchen

This is a very good way to serve blackberries as the top of the dessert is both soft and crisp. Apple can also be used.

Mutton Pies

From: Kitchen Hero: Rediscovering The Irish Kitchen

These pies, also called 'Dingle Pies' and somewhat like the Cornish Pasty, are traditional in Co Kerry. They could be bought every August at the Puck Fair in Killorglin.

Mini Chocolate Pots

From: Catherine's Family Kitchen

A sensational way to end a dinner party, and Catherine will show you exactly how it's done...

Monica's Magic Molten Chocolate Pudding

Rozanne says: "This is my mom's recipe and it is the easiest, most decadent chocolate pudding. It is like a giant chocolate fondant baked in a lasagne type dish. There are two parts to the recipe, a sponge batter and a sauce. These get made separately and then poured into the dish. They curdle and look strange, but during baking they separate and you get chocolate sponge on the top and a rich dark chocolate sauce underneath. Serve warm with cream or ice cream and fresh or frozen berries. Some of the solid ingredients are measured by volume in millilitres, so use your measuring spoons for small amounts and your measuring jug for larger quantities."

Clara's Hot Chocolate Pots

These chocolate pots are more like a hot mousse with a rich chocolaty flavour. They aren’t difficult to make and the result is amazing.

Chocolate Oatmeal Cookies

The pinhead oatmeal in these biscuits gives them their distinctive crunch. Very thin. Very crispy. Very delicious.




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