Irish Camp Coffee Cake

From: Kitchen Hero: HomeCooked

This recipe makes a moist coffee swirl cake, cooked in a Bundt tin. If you don't have one, you can easily make it in a springform tin, buttered and the base lined with baking parchment.

Pear Frangipane

From: Rachel Allen's Everyday Kitchen

Rachel Allen's Mediterranean - inspired pear frangipane as featured on her show Rachel Allen's Everyday Kitchen

Mikado Coconut Cream Cake

From: Kitchen Hero: HomeCooked

When I was growing up, if Mikado biscuits were in the house, they didn't last long. This cake is a small homage to them with a light sponge layered with jam, covered with a sweet marshmallow frosting and decorated with desiccated coconut.

Christmas Ice Cream Cake with Nougat and Sticky Plums

From: Today

Get in the mood with this Paul Flynn recipe for Lidl.

Tarte Tatin

From: Today

Master this and you'll be much in demand!

Lemon Meringue Pie

From: Kitchen Hero: HomeCooked

Lemon meringue pie is just one of those classic show-stopping desserts that is almost always guaranteed to be met with a chorus of 'oooohs' and 'aaaaahs'.

Berry Chia Seed Yogurt Parfait

Smooth and creamy this luscious yogurt recipe is easy and simple to prepare. Perfect for breakfast on its own or as an accompaniment to your favorite cereal other than granola. Chia bia’s Berry Yogurt Parfait is a scrumptious way to way to boost both you and your children’s intake of fruit, fibre and nutrients in a healthy and convenient way. This is also a tasty low-calorie option for dieters.

Chia bia simple fruit salad

This is a great salad to enjoy as a breakfast dish or to savour as a nice, light dessert. It’s tasty and refreshing with all the added health benefits of Chia seeds. Use the best, seasonal fruit available – from peaches, to pears and other fresh berries.

Rustic Plum Pie

From: Rachel Allen's Everyday Kitchen

Why not try this tasty dessert from Rachel Allen?


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