If you’re already a bit of a pro in the kitchen, then try whipping up this strawberry and almond ‘dacquoise’. It looks super impressive and is quite frankly one of the tastiest recipes we’ve come across in a long time. Plus, if you hand beat all the egg whites we’re pretty sure you can burn off enough calories for an extra slice... maybe.
These impressive looking biscuits take a bit of effort, but are so worth it in the end. Seriously, these make a perfect ‘gram, plus they’re absolutely delicious and the perfect accompaniment to a nice cuppa.
This dessert is definitely one that will impress your friends. You’ll definitely be the one that people want to bake their birthday cakes. Mary Berry certainly knows her roulade. Only attempt this if you’re already a bit of an expert baker, because although this is a really cheap recipe, Mary Berry has levelled this as a Master Chef recipe – you’ve been warned.
Can we just take a moment to look at how adorable Mary Berry is. Seriously. Anywho, you really can’t beat a knickerbocker glory. This one is made with homemade ice cream and a handful of fresh fruit layered throughout. It’s really simple to make and really yummy.
This delectable lemon and lime cheesecake is one of the simplest cheesecake recipes to make. The citrus flavour of the zesty lemons and limes work wonders together along with the rich creamy texture of the cheesecake and crunch of the biscuits.
This orange and plum crumble can be put together in just four easy steps. Both the crumble and the filling can be made a day in advance to save time and effort, so you can chill out on that lazy Sunday afternoon knowing that your pud is ready and waiting for you.