This Gluten Free Treacle Tart is an easy and delicious dessert you can serve any time. It’s sticky, sweet, and Harry Potter’s favourite! You’re going to love how simple this British classic is to make!
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Treacle tart is a tried and true staple dessert here in the UK, and one of my favourites. It’s simplicity makes it all that much more appealing in my eyes, sometimes all you need is a few ingredients to make a truly spectacular dessert to serve friends and family. My Gluten Free Treacle Tart recipe is no exception, making it gluten free doesn’t make it any more difficult or time consuming, it’s just as easy and tasty, you’d never know it was gluten free!
This Gluten Free Pecan Pie Cheesecake is the perfect way to shake up Thanksgiving dessert! It’s has a gluten free pecan and walnut crust with creamy baked vanilla cheesecake, a bourbon pecan pie topping and bourbon brown sugar whipped cream. So delicious, so easy and make ahead!
Thanksgiving is one of my favourite holidays, and we don’t even have it in the UK! But any holiday that is primarily about eating a lot of delicious food and being thankful for all the good in your life is my kind of holiday! There are so many yummy traditional Thanksgiving foods that I love, but the dessert course is always my favourite, shocking I know! Pumpkin pie, sweet potato pie, pecan pie… all the pies! I think that’s why it’s so easy to overeat on Thanksgiving, everything is too good, you just have to try a bit of everything! Or is that just me?!
A sinfully indulgent rustic free-form tart. Chocolately pastry is home to sweet bananas and salted caramel, topped with fresh whipped cream and grated chocolate. So simple to make with 5 minute caramel sauce, you won’t regret making this Banana and Salted Caramel Galette!
Happy Monday! I can say that with sincerity too, because how can you have the Monday blues when something as delicious as these Banana and Salted Caramel Banofee Galettes exist and you literally have the recipe at your finger tips? It’s also the second installment of Yum of the Month, so I’m in a pretty good mood! The theme this month is, you guessed, it galettes! A Galette is basically a free form pie, all the goodness of pie without the need for a dish – you just roll the pastry out, pile on your filling and then fold the edges over. It creates an easy, rustic looking pie. Totally cute and totally delicious – I love them! How about you?
This Rhubarb and Apricot Crumble is a summery, comforting dessert with tangy rhubarb, sweet apricots and a crunchy, buttery crumble topping. This is a really easy dessert to throw together, with the flavours of summer and perfect for big crowds. Serve with ice cream or custard for a real treat.
Crumbles aren’t usually what come to mind when you think of summer desserts, the warm fruit and buttery topping have the comforting vibes you want on a chilly night. But when you throw in some classic summer fruits, you bring it into the sunny season and look at it in a whole new way – or at least I do! This Rhubarb and Apricot Crumble is full of sweet and tangy flavours that just taste like summer. Serving it with a huge scoop of ice cream always helps too.
A sweet and tart fruit filling, with a warming kick of ginger, topped with a buttery, crunchy crumble. The perfect size for two to share this Valentine’s Day!
Happy New Year everybody! It’s been a while since I last shared a new recipe with you all, a new job and a very long commute has kept me very busy. I am so excited to be back sharing new recipes and catching up with you all though! And I’m super excited about this Apple, Raspberry and Ginger Crumble for two recipe, it’s really yumy, so easy to make and how adorable is this two-person serving? I just love it! And I bet you will too!