By the time the main meal is done you need a quick and easy dessert to finish the meal; all these desserts can be prepared in 30 minutes or less.
This is a delicious vegan, sweet nut cream from my mum which can be used on top of fresh fruit or a pudding. Coconut cream, cashews and maple syrup-make the vegan in your life happy now!
This is a Greek style lemon and honey syrup which is usually poured over cakes or baklava. You can also use it as is over pancakes or waffles.
Classic and nostalgic, this pudding recipe is delicious and the microwave makes it super easy to prepare.
I went to a Christmas party few years ago and I had a piece of vanilla slice. I liked it so much that I've been making it ever since.
Sorbets, made only from fruit and sweetener—no milk—are fat and cholesterol free. The lime juice and both kinds of berries are packed with vitamin C.
This recipe is made with frozen fruit from the supermarket, takes about 30 seconds to prepare and is a really healthy ice-cream substitute. The proportions of each ingredient can be adjusted according to how thick you like your ice-cream, and milk can be added to turn this into a frozen smoothie.
This is a neat Christmas chocolate treat for all ages and makes wonderful decoration for a cake. You need a cone shaped mould which can be made at home by stapling cardboard together in a cone shape or even using a kid’s party hat, and lining it with plastic wrap. Once made, this can store up to 6 weeks in the fridge.
My mum and I make these raw fruit balls all the time and they are absolutely delicious. We use raw almonds, cashews and macadamias as our nutty blend. But you could use any nuts that tickle your festive fancy. Just know that each nut mix will yield a treat of a different personality.
This is a tasty blueberry pancake recipe that uses fresh bluberries and a basic egg based batter. Perfect for any breakfast or dessert.
Bananas baked in a buttery orange syrup couldn't be simpler to make and they taste divine. You can also add a dash of liqueur if you like.