Fresh fruit tarts are a classic dessert which make the most of summer produce. Our Strawberry tart with creme patisserie recipe takes you through how to make each separate component from scratch, though of course feel free to buy a ready made pastry case from your local supermarket if you prefer.
These raspberry and white chocolate profiteroles are a delicious treat for afternoon tea! With hints and tips for making your own choux pastry, this profiterole recipe is filled with a white chocolate creme patissiere, glazed with a pretty pink raspberry icing and finished with a sprinkling of freeze dried raspberries.
This Date Tart recipe finished with a lattice crust is complemented by apricots, orange and ginger! Not only is it incredibly delicious, it’s also easy to make, and once you’ve watched our quick video you’ll be building your lattice crust with confidence!
Sfogliatelle is a challenging Italian bake, also known as Lobster Tails. Paper thin layers of pastry dough are shaped and filled with a delicious ricotta mixture which is often flavoured with orange & cinnamon.
This homemade pie is decorative as well as delicious. Using lightly spiced seasonal fruits, this Blackberry & Pear Lattice Crust Pie is low in refined sugar, easy to make and equally good served with custard, cream or ice cream.
You may know these Mini Apple & Cinnamon Turnovers as hand pies or even parcels. They’re easy to make, and the lightly spiced apple filling is encased in a delicious cream cheese pastry. They’re the perfect bake for the autumn months.
Cherry Clafoutis is a pretty special dessert being pack with seasonal cherries surrounded by a set custard. It’s quick and ridiculously easy to make. But why not pimp up the classic French dessert and take it to the next level with this recipe for individual Cherry Clafoutis Tarts! Wonderful served slightly warm with ice cream or cream!
This recipe for raspberry & white chocolate tarts has a white chocolate ganache draped invitingly over the fruit, & the classic flavour combination is finished with a sprinkling of freeze dried raspberries. They’re as delicious as they are aesthetically pleasing.
With a classic flavour combination, this Pear and Almond Tart not only looks inviting but also tastes amazing. This frangipane tart, which was glazed with a little apricot jam to produce a wonderful sheen to the bake.