Dessert

  • Clafoutis (say 'clah-foo-tee') is a classic French dessert that is more or less a baked custard with fruit. It's so easy! Saffron farmer Gamila MacRury shows us a version with saffron. It takes this simple dessert to the next level, but you can leave the saffron out if you don't have it.
  • As soon as I ate this cheesecake in the Spanish Basque country, I knew my mission: get the recipe and adapt it for Thermomix. Now that I've done so, my life is pretty much complete. Witness my bliss and create your own!
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    Dulce de leche translates from the Spanish to 'sweet milk'. It's a milk caramel that you can make on the stove for three to four hours with a LOT of stirring, or in the Thermomix, where it still takes some time but very little labour.
  • A great brownie must be chewy, moist and rich, with a bright crackling top. A brownie is not about lift, it's about lusciousness. This is a classic recipe that ticks all the brownie boxes!
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    Chocolate and peanut butter are besties so I thought they might like to hang out together in a layered tart! The tart is fun to make - we build it upside down then flip it right at the end. The concept is along the lines of Reese's peanut butter cups, but I've added a crisp biscuit base.
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    This is a new spin on sorbet! We create a fizzy powder using native Australian plum powders, then use that as the sugar base for a powerfully purple plum sorbet. The result is an effervescent and fruity iced confection that dances on the taste buds.
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    Vegan olive oil pastry is the base for a smashing fruit tart filled with deluxe chestnut and macadamia paste and topped with fresh plums.
  • Ever-exuberant pastry chef Anna Polyviou always adds a bit of theatre to her desserts and her spin on a classic tiramisu is no different, delivering excitement and surprise but in a super simple recipe. Served in a martini glass, the liquid elements are combined in a cocktail shaker in front of your guests then poured into martini glasses. It's a fun way to deliver a great dessert.
  • Mexico's Day of the Dead is a vibrant party to honour those who have departed and this fluffy, orange-scented 'bread of the dead' is the loaf to go with it