You can’t beat this stunningly decadent take on a traditional trifle! A homemade chocolate case is filled with white chocolate custard, sponge, fruit, jelly and nuts – what’s not to love?
There are so many ways to make pavlova, but if you're after a show-stopping dish to impress your guests, look no further.
Give your traditional fruitcake a speccy makeover. Decorate with sparklers and pretty sprigs from the garden, wrapping the stems in foil.
Cake-it-away with this ice-cream dream. Turn a tub of yum into lolly-filled layers of amazing – and it’s so easy!
If you normally opt for a classic circular shaped pav, how about giving the Christmas centrepiece a merry, tree-shaped makeover.
When you’re looking for an easy dessert to bake this Christmas… don’t. Bake, that is! You should definitely make dessert, just don’t turn on the oven, as it’s not needed for this terrific mango tart.
Give your Christmas cake a summer makeover with berries, ice-cream and flaky pastry.
Love a traditional Christmas pudding? Your search is over. Serve your perfectly turned-out pudding drizzled with creme anglaise - which is the fancy way to say homemade pouring custard.
This modern twist on the classic pav will be the crowning glory of your dessert table. Cut watermelon slices into stars using different-sized cutters for a nice festive touch.
Give your favourite dessert a pina-colada cocktail-inspired taste twist with coconut-flavoured cream, pineapple jelly, fresh fruit and toasted coconut flakes.
This spectacular sweet is easy to achieve with a ring-shaped mould and shards of chocolate.
Get in quick! These rich, snowflake-shaped cakes won't last long.
Ice-cream lovers will devour this decadent chilled dark-chocolate semifreddo.
Layered with cake, jam, cream, icing and chocolate bark. We're drooling.
19. Cheat's pavlova
Create your own masterpiece on a shop-bought meringue base. Talk about minimal effort, maximum impact!
Shards of chocolate resembling tree bark surround cakes full of spiced, rum-soaked prunes, raisins and figs.
Bake a ganache ball - made with chocolate and cream - in your Guinness-flavoured pud for a rich, gooey, to-die-for dessert.
Divinely decadent, this Weiss Bar-inspired cake uses mango sorbet and macadamia ice cream – made by you – topped with Rafaello balls. Wow!
A divine dessert spread is as easy as fresh fruit, nuts and indulgent choccies, teamed with sweet cheat’s tarts and pavs. Amazing!
It may look elaborate, but this no-bake cheesecake is easy to make and exciting to decorate.
Pick up these bauble moulds before you get started on your festive baking! They also make for great gifts.
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