Rhubarb and apple is a great combination that is perfectly balanced in this easy to make crumble recipe. I like to serve it with a good ice cream or thick cream.
Recipe by: IRONCHEFALLY
If you want to make an adult version of this punch you can substitute white wine for the apple juice.
Recipe by: Susann
With its emphasis on whole grains (oats, barley and wholemeal flour), fruit (apples and berries) and nuts (almonds), this could be the ideal health dessert. Top off the crumble with a dollop of low-fat vanilla yoghurt or reduced-fat custard.
Recipe by: Patsy Jamieson, Diane Temple
A cake that tastes great and is good for you is handy to have in your repertoire. It has a buttermilk cream cheese icing.
Recipe by: Lynn Lewis and Joachim Wahnschaffe
This is a nice basic construction but you can make your house more elaborate as you get more familiar with the process. Use your imagination and lollies and icing to make doors, windows, pathways and a garden. The gingerbread needs to sit overnight after cooking and after assembly - the fun is in the decorating!
Recipe by: Ruth
Our family makes this shortbread recipe every year at Christmas time to give to family and friends. Use exact measurements. I used mostly small metal star biscuit cutters, with some large biscuit cutters such as the Christmas tree and Christmas bell. This recipe can be made two weeks ahead. Suitable to freeze. Not suitable to microwave. Store in an airtight container.
Recipe by: Louccby
My family aren't big on Christmas pudding so we opt for ice-cream cakes. They are easy to make with the children, look and taste great. Can make them in tree shaped moulds to be more festive. My daughter made a small Christmas tree and was so proud of her efforts.
Recipe by: chelbywelby
The classic British dessert, made with white bread, eggs, milk, nutmeg and either sultanas or currant.
Recipe by: Swanseaboy17
This classic French dessert consists of cherries baked in a vanilla custard. If you like, you can add 1/4 teaspoon almond essence to the vanilla.
Recipe by: Leslie Glover
I love apple crumble. Even more than apple pie. After many years of trial and error and amalgamating other recipes I think I've finally perfected it! Or to the delight of my taste buds anyway.
Recipe by: chorazy