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White Chocolate & Apricot Brioche Bread and Butter Pudding

Not every recipe can go according to plan, and even sometimes recipes you’ve done dozens of times before can go wrong. That was the case when I made a brioche loaf and undercooked it leaving it slightly doughy in the middle – much like myself! But, I didn’t want it to go to waste, so I turned it into this wonderful, indulgent White Chocolate and Apricot Bread & Butter Pudding.…

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Espresso Panna Cotta

I absolutely adore Panna Cotta, but I’d never thought to make it myself… until now! This also – at the time of writing – makes it a trilogy of Italian recipes on the site. As I said, I love Panna Cotta and I especially love Espresso Panna Cotta, so that’s what I made in this recipe. It’s everso simple with very few ingredients needed. All you need really is patience…

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Banoffee Pie

I’m not sure who first had the idea of putting toffee and banana together and then smothering it whipped cream but whoever it was, I’d like to thank them as this one of my favourite desserts, as it is for many other people I know. And the best thing is – it’s really simple and there’s no cooking involved at all! The only downside is the agonising wait for it…

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Oreo Cheesecake

Admission time – I’m not a fan of Oreos. At least, not by themselves. As a biscuit (or cookie, for you USA folk) they’re okay at best but there are much better ones out there. But, strangely, as an ingredient they work really well. Hence why you see Oreo flavoured everything, especially… cheesecakes! I know there are probably a million cheesecake recipes out there, but what’s one more between friends?…

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Pumpkin Pie

Halloween has become an increasingly bigger deal over here in the UK over the last decade or so, most likely because it’s such a big deal in the USA. For an obviously pagan holiday (sssh, we won’t tell them about Christmas) they absolutely love it with entire shops the size of our supermarkets dedicated to it. And, with that enthusiasm for the holiday coming over here, it only makes sense…

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