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Damsons are bursting with flavour - but their stones make them a difficult fruit to use and they are wellknown by dentists as causing chipped teeth. My solution for this is to use damsons as the base for fruit compote, stewing them gently without suga
An elegant, tasty but simple dessert...
by Queen of Puds
You can serve this on it's own, with mixed berries, in a brandy snap basket - or make a choc case by metling some dark choc & brushing it up the sides & over the base of a paper muffin case, then freeze until set. Remove paper & store in
This is a Cadbury's recipe and is a great favourite. I've only ever made it with Bourneville chocolate as I think the 72% ones might be too strongly flavoured.
by Daisy Chain
This is wonderfully moist cake which can be served on its own with expresso coffee or as a dessert with single cream or ice cream. Keep any left over cake in fridge.
For these times many people asking by Dulce de Leche (typical of Perù, Argentina y Chile) the restaurants in many parts of the world offer now many desserts of this. This recipe of Dulce the Leche ice cream is so delicious and easy.
A very lemony dessert
This is a good basic recipe which lends itself to lots of variations.
An easy version of a brûlée
My Aunt gave me this one, very tangy and creamy Photo in the gallery
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