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British Desserts Recipes Vegetarian

Homemade Egg Custard

Easy Egg Custard Recipe

Homemade Egg Custard is one of the simplest things you can make. 20 minutes of stirring is the only effort required, yet even the keenest of home cooks often defect to synthetic, bright-yellow packet mixtures to save a little time. Let me show you, once and for all, how to make a simple – and surprisingly not-unhealthy – egg custard.

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Desserts Recipes Vegetarian

Spiced Rice Pudding

Spiced Rice Pudding  Recipe(2)

Rice pudding has quickly become one of my favourite desserts. With a dense, luxurious texture and rich, creamy flavour it’s difficult to find anything negative to say about it. Some proclaim to dislike its texture, but that’s probably because they haven’t had the right rice pudding. This recipe for Spiced Rice Pudding is the right one.

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Cheesecake Desserts Recipes Vegetarian

Cherry Cheesecake Puddings

Cherry Cheesecake Puddings Recipe (2)

Cheesecake, in general, has long been a favourite of mine. From Ginger Nut Cheesecake to Blackberry Cheesecake and no matter how you make it, cheesecakes always have an inimitable feeling of silken luxury at the very apex of indulgence. Sometimes, however, cheesecake recipes can seem a little over-complicated, when really they should be the height of simplicity. Indeed, the inspiration behind this recipe for Cherry Cheesecake Pudding is directly related to my yearning for something simpler. It features only five ingredients.

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Desserts Middle Eastern Recipes

Dried Figs in Honey

Dried Figs in Honey Recipe (2)

Frugal desserts and puddings are often difficult to put together in a short time frame. Yes, you can boil down berries with a little lemon zest and sugar, but serve you well on a special occasion it will not. This simple recipe for Dried Figs in Honey, however, ticks all the boxes. Not only does it take a matter of minutes to “throw together” it is sweet, decadent and satisfying.

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British Desserts Recipes Vegetarian

Golden Syrup Rice Pudding

Rice Pudding

Rice pudding is something of a British institution, served up in insipid and stodgy piles in school canteens up and down the land. Yet the inhabitants of these great isles by and large look upon the non-descript white mass that inhabited the pudding bowls of their formative years through some kind of ironic rose-tinted haze, as though nostalgia alone were enough to carry short grain rice into the upper echelons of the pudding hierarchy. Happily, this isn’t always the case and an increasing number of recipes are proving that rice pudding can be incredible – with this rendition I’d happily claim the proof is in the pudding!