We’ve all had the traditional red wine version at Christmas but this mulled wine recipe uses white wine, a fresh orange, sugar or honey, cinnamon and cloves.
This mixture is easy to make, it does have quite a few ingredients and takes some time to prepare.
You won’t be able to resist the combination of crisp lemon meringues, rich golden cream and fresh raspberries – perfect for parties as well as family meals.
A fun dessert to make with the kids, these zingy lemon cupcakes are so moreish and really easy to do. They are also a firm favourite for school bakes and lunchboxes.
Packed with fruity flavour and goodness, this traditional baked pudding is a great way to use up seasonal berries and looks so pretty in the centre of the table. You can also use frozen berries - just defrost before use.
Wonderfully moist and tangy, this zesty cake can be made with seedless clementines, satsumas or tangerines, depending what’s in season. It’s a lovely summer pudding made from polenta and natural yogurt, which makes it one of the healthier options, too.
Super speedy and easy to make, this adult take on the humble pancake is the perfect dinner party pleaser. Serve as a huge stack on a plate in the centre of the table and let guests help themselves.
A traditional fresh dessert
This easy to make, portable desert makes an ideal addition to any summer picnic.
Burns night celebrates the life and work of Robert Burns. Robert Burns was the author of the well-known Auld Lang Syne, traditionally sung on New Year’s Eve.