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Dessert Tables

11 Mar

So wedding season is only round the corner and its about time you start thinking about exactly what you want to celebrate your day!! A wedding cake is a must but new trends seem to be leaning towards an opulent dessert tables….

Pretty in Pink – 3 Tier Wedding Cake – Macarons – Mini Cupcakes

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Lilac Love – 3 Tier Wedding Cake – 2 x 2 Tier Cake – Cupcakes – Biscuits – Cake Pops

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Blue Butterflies and Bows – 3 Tier Wedding Cake – Muffins – Cupcakes – Cake Pops – Marshmallows – Chocolates

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With an array of delectable desserts all your guests will be extra happy!! From cupcakes or all flavors, cookies, biscuits, macarons, cake-pops, personalized sweets and the wedding cake itself, you can have a gorgeous selection of beautiful masterpieces that will have your guests swooning.

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Keep it Delicious!
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Blood Orange Tart

15 Apr

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As summer approaches there’s nothing better than the citrusy flavour of blood oranges, that tart flavour is gorgeously refreshing and beautiful on a summers evening. Here’s how:

What you need:
200g caster sugar
3 blood oranges, juiced and zested
3 blood oranges, sliced
1 tbs orange blossom water
2 free range eggs
6 egg yolks
200g butter
25cm blind baked short crust pastry tart(cheat and buy one from the supermarket or make your own)
1tbsp Demerara sugar

What you do:
1) Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
2) Whisk the sugar, juice, zest, orange blossom water, eggs and egg yolks until combined.
3) Add in the butter and let it simmer over a Bain-Marie.
4) Stir for 10-15 minutes until the mixture combines and thickens.
5) Port the mixture into the baked tart and cover with cling film to stop a skin from forming.
6) Once the tart is cool, arrange the sliced oranges over the top.
7) Sprinkle over the Demerara sugar, using a cooks blowtorch blaze the sugared oranges on the top to form a caramelised glaze.
8) Serve with double cream.

Enjoy and keep it delicious!

Guilt-free Chocolate Mousse

30 Jan

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Chocolate mousse is always a winner…this mousse is guilt free gorgeousness! Serve with raspberries for a beautiful end to any meal!

What you need:

200g good quality dark chocolate(green and blacks is my favourite!)
Half cup of water
3 eggs(separating the yolks and whites)
2 tbsp Splenda sugar(diabetic) or caster sugar

What you do:

1) Using a bain-marie melt the chocolate adding in the water. Once incorporated let it cool to room temperature.
2) Add the 3 egg yolks and mix it well with a wood spoon.
3) Whisk the 3 egg whites till you get a mousse, add in the sugar.
4) Fold the melted chocolate with the whisked whites using a wooden spoon.
5) Once everything is well incorporated, serve up into ndividual little bowls and put it into the fridge for at least 4 hours, till it gets really cold.
6) enjoy with fruit and top with a sprig of mint.

Soo healthy, so yummy, so moussey!

Keep it delicious!

Raspberry, Honey and Almond Frozen Yogurt.

17 Jan

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Seeing as it’s January and we are all spending more nights in then out! There is nothing better then a movie night with a gorgeous low fat frozen yogurt to meet all your cravings! Perfectly sweet, soft and simple you’ll always have a tub of this magical dessert in your freezer!

What you need:
50 g icing sugar
300 g frozen raspberries
4 tbsp clear honey
500 g plain low-fat yogurt
75 g almonds

What you do:
1) Line a standard loaf tin with cling film, ensuring you let it hand down the sides.
2) Sift the icing sugar over the frozen raspberries in a bowl and then drizzle over the honey. Stir well together and mix in the yoghurt and almonds.
3)Spoon into the lined loaf tin, smoothing out the top. Cover the top with freezer film and freeze overnight.
4) Turn out of the tin and, using a warm knife to cut slices.
5) enjoy with a drizzle of raspberry coulis!

How simple is that?!

Keep it delicious!