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This Halloween dessert is really easy to make and can be prepped well in advance so it would make the perfect Halloween dinner party dessert…or more suitably a kids’ Halloween party dessert, I guess.
With each mouthful bursting with creamy Greek yoghurt, wonderfully sweet caramel sauce, cinnamon-spiced apples and crunchy oats, this dessert really does symbolise fall.
In order for me (and now you!) to enjoy the indulgent flavours and creamy texture of chocolate mousse without the guilt, I’ve made a skinny healthier version of chocolate mousse using one of my favourite substitutes – Greek yoghurt!
You know what helps calm me down about a strawberry-scented car and a mother-in-law coming to stay for TWO WEEKS? Pudding spiked with Baileys.
The pureed avocado creates the most fantastic silky, smooth, velvety texture that I’ve honestly never experienced in any other dessert EVER.
All you’ll find here is a deliciously thick and creamy dessert, flavored with cocoa and laced with Kahlua – all this with a fraction of the calories!
Although not much to look at, this crumble is everything a fall dessert should be – wholesome and comforting.
Turns out that people include the crust in key lime pie fudge because without it, it’s just a green gloopy mess. Who knew?
These are really fantastic! So light, fluffy and buttery. Ditch the supermarket next time you’re craving profiteroles and make them yourself.
This recipe is great to make when you have some left-over sponge cake.
Jello is so versatile and easy to play around with – I can’t believe I never tried incorporating it in any recipes before.