If you have an excess of home grown fruit or fruit is well priced at the grocer then homemade fruit pies are a great dessert choice.
Not quite cheesecake and definitely not custard, this dessert is lusciously, bananary (is that a word?) and delicious.
With cinnamon, ginger, orange peel and gooey caramel, this mean apple pie tastes like... autumn weather. I set it out to cool, but nek minnut, it was gone.
This is so easy to make with a pie shell filled with fresh apricots sprinkelled with brown sugar and then left to cook in the oven before getting a sprinkled of slivered almonds just before it is finished.
This is a wonderfully sweet apricot tart that uses a lot of fresh apricots making it a perfect for recipe for when the tree is in full fruit.
A large square apple pie is cooked using a homemade pie crust and fresh apples with cinnamon. Once baked the pie is cut into squares and served hot or cold like a slice.
This heavenly creamy pineapple dessert is set on a base of biscuit crumbs then chilled in the fridge until set. There are really no words to describe how amazing it is.
At the end of apple season, what do you do with all the apples? Preserving them is so easy. Spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, they make tasty tarts, pies or ice cream topping.
Perfect served warm or left out on Christmas Eve for Santa! Use bought fruit mince or try making your own using this recipe.
This is a quick and easy tart to bake using a puff pastry base coated with chocolate then filled with a sweet almond mixture and pears to create a wonderful frangipane.
An old fashioned favourite lemon flan is easy to make yet satisfying to eat. The trick is fresh lemon zest and good quality milk.