A soft mixture is shaped into cakes and fried until the outside becomes crisp and the centre is warm and creamy. Their simplicity has made them very popular in Eastern Europe when served for breakfast or dessert.
A chocolate biscuit base topped with a mixture of bananas, peanut butter, and cream cheese come together to make these delicious dessert bars.
Crumbled gingernut biscuits add a unique flavour to this peach crisp. It is a comforting dessert that can be whipped up in just 30 minutes.
Brazilians grow up eating avocados as a sweet treat and whenever the fruits are ripe and tender, transformed them quickly into a delicious dessert. The basic recipe just calls for ripe avocados, milk, sugar and lemon or lime juice, although some families make their recipes adding condensed milk and heavy cream.
A popular ingredient in Brazilian desserts, Tapioca (sagu) is added to puddings and cake recipes and often consumed with different forms of coconut and condensed milk.
Rabanadas differ from French toast in several ways (though both are a great way to use up stale bread). Rabanadas are commonly enjoyed as a dessert or afternoon treat, rather than as a breakfast food. The bread is soaked in milk and/or wine, dipped in egg, and then deep-fried in oil.
A dollop of butter, a handful of raisins, and some vanilla essence make our version of a creamy rice pudding unbelievably delicious!
With a crisp meringue outside and a soft marshmallow inside, pavlova is an iconic Aussie favourite. In this recipe we have upped the ante with the inclusion of coconut.
This tropical inspired dessert is perfect to finish a Caribbean or Asian themed meal.
A gourmet dessert made in 10 minutes with only three ingredients. Decadence without the rush.