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This quick sticky toffee pudding makes an impressive dinner party dessert. Serve with ready-made caramel sauce to save time.
This sticky cake recipe is full of seasonal plums. It's a beautiful cake and perfect for a dinner party.
Angela Hartnett shares her amazing pear tart recipe. Serve it up to your friends and they'll think you deserve a star, too.
This extravagant Baileys and chocolate cheesecake recipe is best made the day before serving. It makes the perfect special occasion dessert.
Bread and butter pudding is one of Britain’s most-loved recipes. It's the ultimate comfort food and a canny way to use up stale bread.
This easy coconut rice pudding, made with ready-cooked rice, is a quick dinner party dessert recipe that's ready in 20 minutes.
It's a joy to make your own ice cream, so try Debbie Major's recipe using British damsons and clotted cream.
Debbie Major's damson fool with macaroon fingers makes a great dinner party dessert – and it can be made in advance.
This American style rhubarb and ginger pie makes great use of a classic British favourite.
This rich cake recipe topped with cherries is moist and chocolatey. It doesn’t taste sour - the vinegar reacts with the bicarb to make the cake rise.
This British recipe for steamed pudding is so easy to make. Once you've done the work, just steam for two hours and enjoy
These spiced poached pears with crumbly shortbread make a beautifully elegant dinner party dessert.
This cheesecake recipe is made with an oreo biscuit base, mascarpone filling and topped with an Aperol spritz jelly.
This berry and apple crumble uses ready-made marzipan in the crumble to save time.
This crumble recipe is made with bramley and braeburn apples with stem ginger and an oaty, almond and ginger biscuit crumble on top.
This is a sophisticated version of raspberry ripple ice cream, which will keep in the freezer for up to two months.
This fruit parcel recipe works well with any in-season fruits. We recommend using a mixture of sweet and sharp.
With their citrus tang and sharp-sweet flavour, these sticky steamed mini-puds are full of delicious festive flavour. A perfect solution for a lighter Christmas dessert.
This chocolate and pancake cake is made by stacking ready-made pancakes with a boozy chocolate sauce and hazelnuts, then baking before serving.
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.
This fruit tart recipe from Debbie Major uses damsons, but greengages also work well.
Passion fruit makes the perfect bright and refreshing contrast to this silky dessert recipe
Think American diners... think steaming hot coffee... think cherry pie.
This indulgent peanut butter and cookie ice cream is very easy to make and requires no churning.
A popular French apple dessert recipe, glazed with an apricot jam. Serve with lightly whipped double cream.
The best Sussex pond pudding has an intensely lemony sponge; ideal for people who don’t want too much sweetness in a dessert.
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