Easy Dessert Recipes
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Easy Dessert Recipes
Impress your guest with this indulgent ice cream torte, which is so easy to make and can be made ahead of time.
Chocolate and cornflake morsals topped with chocolate icing and no afghan would be complete without a walnut on top.
Anzac biscuits are a real Kiwi classic and this delicious recipe comes the Wattie’s Kiwi Favourites Cookbook - celebrating 75 yeas in Kiwi kitchens.
Anzac day or anytime this oaty crumble is sure to be a family favourite.
A classic combination of dates, apple and ginger. Just like your great-grandmother might have made, only you don’t have to pick the apples and chop wood for the stove.
When people ask you for your recipe for the wonderful hazelnut pastry used in this slice you may have to fib… unless you want everyone knowing how easy it is!
This easy energy-style muesli bar, made with Chelsea low GI Sugar and a selection of nuts and seeds, makes a great addition to the lunchbox or is an ideal afternoon 'pick-me-up' snack.
Put the kettle on and share this classic with a twist with your friends.
Harness the taste of summer with this delicious homemade jam. Made easy with jam setting sugar, this is a fail-safe recipe for first-time jam makers.
A scrumptious treat to serve with coffee or as an after dinner dessert.
This simple cheesecake using a biscuit crumb base can be put together in a matter of minutes, set in 3-4 hours, and eaten in a flash!
A brilliant breakfast or brunch muffin. Serve them warm and cheesy.
Cheesecakes are a real Kiwi favourite and I'm going to show you an easy to make cheesecake with a twist - it's baked...
These Ice Pops are a great fruity treat for children. Instead of banana try sliced strawberries, kiwifruit or raspberries. If you have more time try making them using two or three different juices. Be sure to freeze each flavour before topping it up with the next juice to get perfect layers.
Are you a lover of both desserts and pizza? This may seem an odd combination but trust us - you'll want to give this one a whirl.
Kids find this pud magical – pour boiling water and jam over the batter and it magically turns into a lovely gooey sauce under the pudding!
Butter up the family or flatmates with this pudding! This Blackberry Bread and Butter Pudding layers jam, butter and bread together and slowly bakes in a mixture of crème fraiche and orange rind then served with a warm blackberry sauce. How can they resist?
A simple, but substantial pudding – just like your gran might have made in the good old days when a meal wasn’t a meal without pudding!
Bakewell tart is a traditional English recipe named after the town of Bakewell in Derbyshire. Some recipes use ground almonds in the filling but we have simplified it by using almond essence.
You’ll think you’ve died and gone to heaven – presuming that heaven has the recipe for this divine baked cheesecake.