Category Archives: Desserts

In case you are not full up by now!

Milk Chocolate Mousse

Irresistible. This mousse is really easy to make, especially if you have an electric whisk. If you don’t have an electric whisk you can still ‘whip’ this up but it will take a little more elbow grease. I love how … Continue reading

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Recipe Round-up: St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick’s Day is this Friday so I thought I would re-visit some of my past recipes. If the weather is cold where you live, you can’t beat Guinness and Brown Sugar Beef. Make some Giant Soda Bread with Bacon and … Continue reading

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Orange and Almond Cake with Honey Glaze – by Brian

This cake is absolutely delicious and is also both gluten and dairy free. After being served a cake like this at the Leeuwin Winery restaurant in Margaret River (Western Australia), and also seeing them on the menu in a number of … Continue reading

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Slow Cooker Steamed Chocolate Pudding

Best chocolate pudding ever. This dessert is very easy to make and ideal for the holidays because you can cook it in advance. It will happily steam in your slow cooker, leaving your oven space free for other items. It … Continue reading

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Choc Chunk Ice Cream Sandwiches

Yum. As those of you who are regulars to this blog will know, I am always on the lookout for recipes that I can adapt to make them easier or different. These delicious ice cream sandwiches are actually an adaptation … Continue reading

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5-Layer Chocolate Cream Pudding

Dreamy. If you like all things chocolate and cream then you have to try this dessert. It does take a little bit of time to prepare, but most of that is waiting for the layers to set. I particularly love … Continue reading

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Cheat’s Raspberry and Meringue Hot Cross Buns

Dress up your Hot Cross Buns this Easter. Woolworths supermarkets, (here in Australia), have been sharing ideas on their Facebook page for topping Hot Cross Buns with various different ingredients. I’ve adapted one of those to come up with this recipe. There is … Continue reading

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Blast from the Past: Valentine’s Day Favourites

Happy Valentine’s Day! I have been looking through some of the older recipes on this site and I thought that I would share some of my favourites which would be ideal for your Valentine. Of course there is plenty of … Continue reading

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Mince Pie Cheesecake Bites

All the flavours of a traditional fruit mince pie but in cheesecake form. If you like the idea of enjoying the traditional Christmas food of fruit mince pies but find that fruit mince can be a little too tart for your taste … Continue reading

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Pavlova Roll with Cherry Cream

This is much easier to make than it looks. If you are looking for an alternative to traditional Pavlova or Yule Log, this is a cross between the two. Using meringue as an alternative to sponge cake makes the ‘roll’ … Continue reading

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