These chocolate and banana pinwheels are an easy treat to bake with kids this Christmas holiday and they use a lighter chocolate spread meaning less sugar, but all the taste.
Everybody loves dessert - some would say it's the best course. From Chocolate Pie to Nice Cream Sandwiches to our incredible Mint Chocolate Dessert find the ideal dessert finish off your meal perfectly!
Ice cream cookie sandwiches have just been given a healthy make over by using banana “nice cream” (blended frozen bananas) and the new Maryland Cookie Thins. Under 100 calories for an overflowing cookie sandwich, with 3 different flavour options.
Just 4 ingredients go in to making these No-Bake Chocolate and Peanut Butter Oat Squares. Smooth homemade peanut butter and chunks of dark chocolate combined with sticky and sweet oats for a little treats that kids, and big kids, are going to love!
Chocolate and coffee is a dessert match made in heaven. We have combined the flavours of both in this super creamy Avocado Mocha Mousse, that you will wow dinner guests with. No-one will be able to tell it is made with avocado.
French toast is definitely a bit of a treat for breakfast, but this version is even better! Made with almond butter and banana stuffed in the middle and using the amazing Pasquier Brioche Loaf, this Banana and Almond Butter Stuffed French Toast makes a fantastic breakfast, and perfect for feeding a crowd!
Bakewell pudding is an English dessert that originated in the Derbyshire town of Bakewell. It’s made from a flaky pastry base, with a layer of jam and topping with an egg and almond filling. It’s a dessert that many of us grew up eating, so it’s time that we refamiliarise ourselves with it.
If you asked people what their favourite dessert is, I bet a lot of people would say apple pie. Whether you choose to eat it on a cold winter night, or serve it up at a BBQ on a hot summer day, I have a healthy apple pie version for you.
Rhubarb is a classic British ingredient and chances are, if you went to school in the UK then you will have fond memories of some kind of rhubarb dessert. Rhubarb Crisp is my favourite way to use rhubarb in a dessert, without it being too high in calories or fat.