So easy to make and with almost no fat at all these jellies are a real winner, especially after Christmas when you need a respite from rich food!
What a wonderfully easy ice cream this is! The addition of nutmeg makes it a real winner with any hot apple dessert as the flavours complement each other to perfection.
In Thailand, mango is served with lime wedges to squeeze over it, the citrus sharpness cutting through the rich, perfumed flesh of the mango. Here, Delia has combined them to create an ice cream that would be ideal at the end of a Thai meal.
These heavenly little trifles are actually an assembly job with plenty of tropical flavours: rum-soaked sponge, bananas, mangoes and pineapple, topped with a vanilla-infused layer of mascarpone and custard. Who could resist?
Coconut milk powder is a brilliant ingredient when making coconut ice cream and, along with the lime syrup, gives this refreshing dessert more than a little Thai flavour.
Tastes of Mauritius: an Indian Ocean variation on the brandy snap, filled with ice cream then topped with bananas in rum. A great dessert for any time of year that will elicit plenty of approval from all who eat it!
What could be a more luscious combination than the ripest strawberries, velvety cream filling and crisp shortcakes made with hazelnuts? Summer eating doesn't get any better than this...
This wonderfully impressive recipe would make a great way to end a supper party... just add cream and toasted almonds to decorate for the final flourish!
Effortless yet impressive and totally mouthwatering, this lovely fruity dessert should be in everyone's summer repertoire when soft fruit is in season.
Jellies are always a good bet in the summer months, when all you really want is something light and refreshing. The joy of these is that they can also be made in advance, so are ideal when entertaining.
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