Eton Mess is an English chilled dessert celebrating long summer days at garden parties, picnics and outdoor gatherings.This dessert is a combination of flavoured meringues crumbled together with fresh strawberries, coulis and whipped cream.Rose essence is added to further enhance the meringues and coulis, however, feel free to omit this if you prefer the classic flavours.The mini meringues can be made ahead of time making Eton Mess a super-fast dessert to assemble.
Prepare yourself for a sweet lemony taste blast with these buttery citrus shortbreads, sandwiched together with lemon curd.Using a flower-engraved rolling pin will create the sunflower design, but if you rather use a flower-shaped cookie cutter, this will still look pretty. Remember to cut a small hole in the centre of some of the shortbread biscuits to let the lemon curd peek out.Once baked and assembled, they stay fresh for one week in the fridge.
Piroshki is Ukrainian for hand pies made from yeasted dough. This recipe is for minced meat-filled piroshki, cooked with garlic, mushrooms and bacon, seasoned with fresh herbs and sweet paprika. This delicious savoury filling is encased in a gluten-free bread dough and baked. They can be eaten warm or cold, making them very practical for picnics and lunch boxes plus they freeze very well for future occasions.
These traditional French, plump, mini sponge cakes with their distinctive scalloped shell-like shape are delicately flavoured with lemon and dipped in rich chocolate. For an extra citrus touch, sprinkle some finely chopped candied lemon peel on the chocolate.To achieve this shape, it is essential to use a Madeleine tray, a small but worthwhile investment for endless Madeleine baking.
This no-bake chilled slice consists of three layers: a gluten-free biscuit base, caramel centre with hazelnuts and a topping using good quality chocolate.Once sliced into your preferred size, simply store them in the fridge for the entire week, if they last that long!
These gluten-free Oliebollen or “Oil Balls” are Dutch apple doughnuts which are traditionally eaten at midnight on New Year’s Eve.
Gluten-Free Stollen is a sweet bread bursting with fruit, nuts and spices, studded with marzipan and dusted with a thick coat of icing sugar.
Making gluten-free gingerbread cookies is a favourite Christmas baking pastime for most, especially icing and decorating them.
Making this mini Pavlova Christmas wreath dessert is easy to do with an assortment of berries, fruit, cream, chocolate & raspberry sauces.
These Dutch gluten-free pepernoten cookies are full of spice and festive flavours to celebrate Sinterklaas' arrival in the Netherlands.
Complete Christmas baking with a nostalgic gluten-free pumpkin pie using fresh pumpkin, homemade spice blend and gluten-free pastry.
These gluten-free chocolate cookies are sandwiched together with peppermint icing and dipped in chocolate for the ultimate treat. The heart shape cookies are a perfect Valentine's Day gift. Prefer another shape? Design your own cookie shape either round, square, rectangle or fitting a festive theme.
This stunning and scrumptious gluten-free Baileys baked cheesecake is for serious dessert lovers.
These gluten-free cupcakes are flavoured with cooked mashed pumpkin, cinnamon & spices, filled with either store-bought or homemade dulce de leche. They are finished lavishly with dulce de leche butter icing, slightly tinged with orange to give that "pumpkin colour".
Make some elegant tiramisu cups for your next dinner party. These coffee cups consist of layers of coffee-infused gluten-free sponge biscuits and tiramisu cream finished off with a generous dusting of cocoa powder. Make-ahead friendly, delicious and impressive looking, this dessert will not disappoint!
These Austrian-style baby back ribs require no marinating, just a generous dry rub of homemade Austrian rib seasoning and "low and slow" cooking in an apple barbecue mix. The ribs are succulent and falling off the bone after two to three hours. Serve them with crispy potato wedges, garlic sour cream sauce, more barbecue sauce and a decent mug of beer!
Fill your home with the scent of apple pie and enjoy this comforting dessert any time of the day.Dutch apple pie has a thick cake-like pastry as a base and as a lattice over densely packed spiced apples and raisins which are thinly sliced and stacked at least 5cm high.
Make the most of stone fruit season by baking this gorgeous cake to be served with whipped cream, custard sauce or a scoop of vanilla ice cream. It is equally delicious on its own and can be frozen in slices for another day.
Start your day off with a healthy bowl of yoghurt, fresh fruit and a sprinkling of homemade gluten-free granola full of roasted nuts, seeds and plenty more nutritious ingredients.
Italians love ricotta in their cakes, together with the crunchy toasted almonds, tangy candied citrus peel and small nuggets of rich chocolate, this cake is full of texture and flavour.