Flummery (what a wonderful word) is an ancient recipe that has featured in Scottish feasts dating right back to the 15th century. It is an easy recipe but you will have to soak the oatmeal for 48 hours prior to making the dish so plan ahead when you want to add this wee touch of…
Read on for my recipe for roasted figs with honey and orange Roasting figs makes something that is sweet by nature even more heavenly. Add honey and orange and you get one of those desserts that is simplicity in itself yet tastes so damn good you’ll wonder why you haven’t been making this for years….
A deconstructed peach melba is so much more fun and grown-up than the usual peach half and a dollop of ice-cream that so many restaurants think does the job. My version is healthy, sugar free and just jolly damn tasty, the perfect end to a super supper.
Strawberry Chia Parfet is the perfect dessert for those looking for a healthy sugar free alternative to the usual sweet summer time puddings. The chia seeds are packed with protein and with the goodness of strawberries, almond milk, yogurt and almonds you really do have something heavenly and healthy too.
This dairy free and sugar free coconut and almond ice-cream is the perfect summer dessert for those who just can’t go the whole milk/cream route, are cutting back on refined sugar but still want their fix of summer time ice-cream. It is so tasty even those who aren’t on any sort of food restriction will…
Fig and feta tarts are the perfect way to end a summer time meal whether you are lucky enough to be eating outdoors or just sitting in the kitchen dreaming of sunshine. Figs and feta go together like the proverbial peas and carrots as Forrest Gump would say but they are a tad sweeter!
Creme Brulee is a traditional French dessert so adding a wee taste of Scotland by making it a porridge brulee is a nod to the famous French Scottish Auld Alliance and a great wee recipe to finish off your Scottish haggis fueled festivities on Burns Night on 25th January.
Cranachan is a traditional Scottish dessert that mixes oats, cream (traditionally the creamy Scottish cheese Crowdie was used instead of cream), raspberries and whisky. Serving this rich dessert in tiny glasses makes it the perfect little treat for your Hogmanay party, or let’s face it, any other time of year!