Tuesday 26th September 2017
This week on The Great British Bake Off it is pudding week! So, here’s our lowdown on some hit puds that you can serve up to your family or guests. Puddings can make or break a meal, that sticky toffee pudding or that delightfully light chocolate mousse can turn a good evening into a great one…if you get it right!
Check out some of our delicious dessert and perfect pudding recipes for inspiration…
A classic peanut butter style cheesecake could be just what you need to finish off a delicious homemade meal, and what’s even better is that it can be made in advance, then kept in the fridge and served later so that you’re not running around trying to cook dinner and dessert at once.
The crushed candy on top adds some bright colours to make this simple dessert look extra-special. Find the recipe here.
Marzipan is not just for Christmas! So, bring some marzipan delight to the table with this classic Princess Gateau recipe and wow your family or guests with the contents of this domed surprise.
The vibrant green colour can be achieved by kneading a gel colour into the marzipan, and the delicate pink rose at the top is unbelievably easy to make. We’ve also got a helpful video to show you how to cover this cake, check it out here.
Even though we are entering the Autumn months, we’re still clinging on to Summer with this decadent Fraisier cake recipe, perfect for all you strawberry lovers out there. This aesthetically pleasing creation could help lift up a dreary Autumn day. Find the recipe here.
Update the classic trifle recipe with these dainty trifle cupcakes, which are perfect to bring along to party’s or serve at your own buffet as a more convenient way to give your guests this delicious time honoured desert. You can get the recipe here.
Another easy but tasty cupcake recipe for you to try! These Eton Mess cupcakes bring flexibility to a dessert that traditionally requires you needing bowels or glasses to be served in. Now whether you want to eat it on a picnic or a day out to the zoo, you’ll be able to with this cupcake version. Follow the recipe here.
We’d love to see what you’re baking for pudding week, so let us know over on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Happy Baking 🙂