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The colder winter months give us the perfect excuse to fill up on comfort puds, such as fruit crumbles, apple pies and pear tarts. Tuck in to our fruit pud recipes, and don't forget the custard.
Poached pears and Frangelico chocolate custard make a lovely dessert combination in this crumble recipe.
This posh fruity crumble, in individual servings, is a recipe to impress.
No one can resist bananas covered in butterscotch sauce and a crumble topping - absolute dessert heaven.
Apple crumble is everyone's favourite dessert, but this one is super-charged with cinnamon for an even bigger warming effect.
Celebrity chef Rachel Allen says: “Everybody loves crumble and adding oat flakes to the topping gives a nice, crunchy texture.”
Using ready-made marzipan creates a beautiful almond twist on a fruity, autumnal crumble.
Pies, puddings and sponges
This comforting seasonal pie has a simple fold-over pastry crust for a rustic homemade look.
A sweet slow cooker recipe? Yes, and you'll taste the difference, too! Alternatively, it's possible to oven-cook this roly-poly.
This is an intensely lemony sponge; ideal for people who don’t want too much sweetness in a pud.
A fragrant and fruity sponge recipe. For extra decadence, serve with clotted cream.
The classic blackberry pie is given an update by adding sloe gin before baking in a sweet pastry case.
This sensuous dessert was invented by the Tatin sisters. All the elements of pleasure are here in Raymond Blanc's recipe: dark caramel, sweet, acid apple and crisp pastry. Serve with the very best full fat crème fraiche or a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.
You don't need to be an expert to make these tasty chocolate tarts from master patissier Eric Lanlard. You just need a bit of patience and preparation.
This amazing pear tart recipe was created by a Michelin-starred chef. Serve it up to your friends and they'll think you deserve a star, too.
This combination of salted caramel and apples makes a divine tarte tartin, ideal at the end of an autumnal feast
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