• Rum and raisin ice cream
  • summer berry jam
  • Cherry Pie Recipe
  • Cake
  • Cheesecake
  • Poached Pears
  • choco pots
    These lovely little pots take 16 – 18 minutes to cook – perfect for a fast family treat. A scoop of ice-cream would complement the gooey chocolate.  This recipe has been developed especially for Rangemaster by Product Training Manager, Lindsey Payne.
  • Puddings
    Chef and Rangemaster brand ambassador* Jordan Bourke has created this delicious recipe exclusively for Rangemaster using his Nexus Steam range cooker.
  • peanut butter cookies
    Three words: Salty, chewy, and moreish! The ultimate store cupboard treat. These fun cookies take minutes to prepare and only 10 minutes to cook.  No egg no problem; these cookies can be made by substituting ground linseed for an egg. This makes 14 – 16 cookies This recipe has been developed especially for Rangemaster by Product Training Manager Lindsey Payne.
  • Apricot Danish Pastries
    These pastries take a while to prepare but the wait is worth it. Set aside an afternoon and prepare you taste buds for a treat.
  • Super Summer Pudding
    A fruit-filled summer showstopper of a pud, this dessert will add the wow factor to the dinner table. Use mixed fresh summer berries such as raspberries, cherries, redcurrants, strawberries and blackcurrants and bread that’s two or three days’ old. Don’t use ready sliced or wholemeal – a white crusty loaf is best. It needs to chill overnight so prepare this one the day before you need it.
  • Rhubarb Banana and Ginger Layers
    The perfect way to use up late season rhubarb, this mouthwatering dessert looks so delicate but is packed with strong flavours. If you don’t have glass ramekins, you can use little drinking glasses instead. Our top tip is to dip a slice of banana in lemon juice to stop it going brown before serving.
  • Raspberry Champagne Jellies with Mint Cream
    A light refreshing dessert.
  • Raspberry Bread and Butter Pudding
    A fruity take on the traditional bread and butter pudding, this recipe is pure indulgence with double cream, caster sugar and brandy. You can always leave the brandy out for a kids-friendly version and use frozen raspberries if they’re out of season. We like it served with cream, custard or ice cream
  • Poached Peaches
    Peaches are in season during the summer, so this is the best time to make this dessert. The fruit is gently infused with the liquor of white or rose wine, caster sugar, lemon and vanilla and gently poached until tender. Serve with vanilla ice cream to enhance the delicate flavour.
  • Peanut Butter Ice cream
    Whether you serve a scoop or two with our Pecan Pie or just enjoy it on its own, this crunchy delight won’t stay in the freezer for long! It only needs four ingredients and a lot of patience, as you’ll need to freeze for two hours, stir, repeat, then leave overnight. It’s worth the wait!
  • Mulled White Wine
    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. For a child-friendly version, replace the wine with a carton of white grape juice and add a teaspoon of sugar to each mug. Serve with mince pies and plenty of festive cheer.
  • Little Lemon Meringues with Clotted Cream and Raspberries
    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 Rangemaster top tip is to use tiny drops of oil to secure baking parchment to the baking tray and stop it curling up at the ends when in the oven.
  • Lemon Cupcakes
    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. You can beat the ingredients together by hand or use a mixer and decorate with yellow icing and lemon jelly slices. Keep an eye on them when baking, as they take less than 10 minutes. 
  • Fruity Baked Pudding
    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. We love the combination of strawberries, raspberries, redcurrants and blackberries, served with cream for a naughty but nice treat.
  • Clementine Cake
    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. You’ll know it’s cooked when an inserted skewer comes out clean – about an hour should do it.
  • Chocolate Crêpes with a Boozy Sauce!
    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. Add a pouring jug of extra chocolate sauce for extra brownie points and if you want a family-friendly version, just leave the brandy out.
  • Bramley Apple Baked Cheesecake
    A traditional fresh dessert
  • Summer Berries Cheesecake Jars
    This easy to make, portable desert makes an ideal addition to any summer picnic.
  • Clootie Dumpling
    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.   “Burns Night is traditionally celebrated with a meal that includes haggis, but for those of you who don’t like haggis or want something a little different why not try Clootie Dumpling, a delicious desert that’s also easy to prepare”. Alison Baker, Expert Home Economist 
  • Plum and Blueberry Upside Down Cake