A fabulous loaf that couldn’t be less fuss.
Desserts and Sweets Recipes
Anzac Biscuits are crisp oatmeal cookies that are very good with tea. Various associations in Australia and New Zealand make them around Anzac Day to fundraise for veterans.
A lovely warming, filling dessert, so save room for it.
Very, very good.
Every apple pie recipe is great, and the best tasting apple pie is the one that you didn’t have to make but get to eat. But, here’s a recipe for a more professional apple pie; it’s the one that is taught in some pastry classes.
This is an apple pie that tastes like the most wonderful old-fashioned apple pie in the world, but it has three surprises: a phyllo pastry crust, a layer of custard hiding under the apples, and, it’s incredibly low in calories.
Very delicious, with a rich enough taste to set out at special occasions.
These squares look beautiful, are chewy and crunchy, and are a real crowd pleaser.
A simple, fruity dessert, especially for those who are finicky about eating fresh fruit.
Feel free to doctor this rice pudding recipe up with either dried fruits or other flavourings.
A classic English dessert.
A very interesting and yummy way to present mincemeat. Nice served warm.
This banana bread is so tropical, you’ll almost be tempted to serve it with a paper umbrella sticking out of each slice.
This is a dessert that you make partly on the barbeque grill, which is handy, as there are very few dessert recipes that involve actually using the barbeque. It’s also a really good dessert, and not all that fattening .
You serve this as a dessert pie. They’ll probably think it’s pumpkin.
They’ll never know there’s beet in it.
A classic blonde brownie recipe.
A very interesting use for polenta!
A classic North American drop cookie recipe. Recipe from: Farmer, Fannie Merritt.
A classic Pecan Pie recipe.
A very easy candy to make at home.
Butter tarts are a traditional Canadian (and Scottish) dessert.
A rice, yummy rice pudding.
A very good, comfort-food dessert.