This is one of Chelsea Winter’s most popular recipe and I definitely know why. I started making this cheesecake a couple of years ago and my gosh is it easy. No horse hooves (gelatine) needed in this one as the chocolate sets it instead. It is super easy to make and you will have it whipped up and ready to set in under 20 minutes. This is another great Christmas recipe that is sure to please the crowd.
This dessert is a childhood favourite and one my grandma Raymee used to make for the grandkids. You can make different variations depending on your favourite favour. This one is vanilla ice cream with dark chocolate and freeze-dried raspberries. Next time I will do Kapiti White Chocolate & Raspberry ice-cream with white chocolate and freeze-dried raspberry filling.
These puddings look like little cakes but as soon as you break into them a delicious liquid chocolate filling oozes out. You can either turn them out onto small plates or leave them in a cute teacup to serve.
There is a little story behind these brownies. A great friend of mine, Izaak is reknown for his rich melt in your mouth brownies. I have been unable to twist his arm (yet) to get his version but this one is pretty close. It is rich, smooth and absolute heaven. You can opt to leave the chocolate chunks out if you wish, the brownie works either way.
I recently attended the Strawberry Fare Bake School and learnt this divine recipe for one of my favourite desserts… Creme Brulee.
This dessert is the ultimate entertainer as all prep can be done ahead of time so there is no stress. Great in summer when fresh berries are available. You can serve this dessert out of glasses, ramekins or even teacups. Just whatever suits your theme.
These little delights are super easy to make and a great bite sized treat for dinner guests. It will satisfy your sweet cravings without weighing you down. Perfect for parties!