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We've got all of your favourite apple dessert recipes here, from cakes to tarts, to crumbles, to baked apples.
These have the spicy flavour of Eccles cakes without the fatty pastry.
Apple pie is a popular Sunday lunch dessert, but in summer so is ice cream. This recipe literally combines the two.
A delicious tart, by Michelin-starred chef Marcus Wareing, that you can make ahead.
Sticky, gooey and sweet, this dessert apple recipe can be finished over the bonfire.
Combine British apples with custard for a twist on this comforting British pudding.
The perfect teatime treat. Make the most of British apples with this autumnal version of gingerbread cake.
Toffee apples and millionaire shortbread? This is the sweet treat of champions.
A popular French apple dessert, glazed with an apricot jam. Serve with lightly whipped double cream.
The crumble recipe just got better! British apples are perfect in this delicious apple dessert.
This cake uses shop-bought brioche meaning it can be quickly assembled for times when you need an easy pudding.
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We've hand-picked the best fruit pie recipes, including all the classics – cherry pie, apple pie, rhubarb and ginger pie, plus a few twists.
Tart and tangy the lemon can be used in drinks, dressings and marinades. Lemons are also great for baking and desserts. The acidity is balanced by the sweetness of sugar or honey. Try lemon cake, lemon cheesecake, lemon meringue, or lemon tarts.
Petite and sweet, the apricot is ripe for picking from June to September. Try them in one of these delicious recipes.
Are your orange consumption habits confined to orange juice and the odd fruit salad? Try these delicious recipes using oranges and make the most of your citrus fruit. Use them to add a sweet sharp edge to savoury dishes or try them in orange cake, carrot cake or decadent chocolate orange desserts.
Panettone conjures up aromas of vanilla, citrus peel and perfumed candied fruit. This rich, golden, jewel-studded loaf is sublime eaten warm or cold – it’s light and buttery, with a meltingly moist interior.
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