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Perfect dinner party puds, light, bright, fruity desserts, which include an easy soufflé, zesty pavlova, and a charming upside-down cake.
This pavlova with a lime cream and tropical fruits is sunshine on a plate. It's guaranteed to put a smile on your dinner party guests' faces.
The rhubarb and ginger both compliment the creaminess of this classic Italian dessert, which is perfect for a dinner party as it can be prepared well in advance.
A sorbet is a refreshing way to end a dinner party meal and showcases the vibrant colour of the blood orange. You can make this in an ice cream machine or simply pop it into your freezer.
Adding chilli to a cake might seem strange, but it really compliments the pineapple in this gorgeous pudding.
Impress your dinner party guests with these wonderful banana soufflés served with boozy, caramelised bananas.
This exotic fresh fruit pud is exquisite served with Greek yogurt.
This cake takes a while to make - but it's really worth it!
For a Chinese-inspired menu that's ready in 60 minutes, serve this fruit salad with spring rolls, sweet and sour prawns, stir-fried greens and lemon rice.
As part of an elegant menu, serve this pud as a dessert following grilled trout, parcel-roasted potatoes and asparagus wrapped in Parma ham.
Trifles have never tasted so exotic - the unique sweetness of passion fruit runs through this luscious dessert. A must try recipe.
We adore this wonderfully luxurious cheesecake recipe. The richness is lifted by pockets of blueberry juiciness.
Cinnamon, coriander seeds and pistachios make this mouthwatering dessert recipe an exotic delight.
These delicious individual summer puddings are a truly classic desert. We've given them a hint of orange for an extra fruity kick.
This pannacotta recipe is infused with vanilla and lemon and rose petal syrup and makes a fabulous summer pud
Pavlova has been voted as your favourite summer pudding of all time, and with good reason. This summer fruit and hazelnut pavlova is simply perfect.
This dessert recipe is easy, fruity, and evocative of the exotic flavours of the Middle East.
You might not think of rice pudding as a quick dessert, but by using ready-cooked rice, you could make have it ready in just 20 minutes.
The classic blackberry pie is given an update by adding sloe gin before baking in a sweet pastry case.
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