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Frozen strawberry parfait

Frozen strawberry parfait

This frozen strawberry parfait is a creamy and indulgent dessert that you can experiment with by adding all sorts of weird and wonderful flavours. It’s super easy to make, needing just a spot of mixing. And as there’s very little added sugar, it can be quite healthy, depending on whether you’re pro-low-fat (use low fat greek […]

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Strawberry summer pudding

Strawberry summer pudding

This strawberry summer pudding is a light and simple variation of the seasonal staple. A great way to enjoy summer pudding before the currants are ready. The recipe was shared with us by James Barber, chef at the Aldeburgh White Lion (previously at the Brudenell Hotel in Aldeburgh), after demonstrating the recipe at the Suffolk Show. James recommends serving the pudding […]

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Vanilla roasted strawberries with yoghurt

Vanilla roasted strawberries

It took me a while to attempt this vanilla roasted strawberries recipe, just because it sounded too simple to be interesting. I’m kicking myself for waiting so long – with such little effort, this recipe transforms strawberries into a pungent, heady delight. I roasted a batch of these in the oven whilst also roasting the balsamic strawberries for a ginger ricotta cheesecake. The house […]

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Strawberry granita

Strawberry granita

This refreshing strawberry granita is more rustic than a sorbet yet more refined than a slushy – and super-easy to make. It’s a great way to use all those baskets full of fresh strawberries that you picked (we like it when you do that). The recipe works just as well with frozen strawberries – just […]

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Strawberry frozen yoghurt recipe

One-minute strawberry ice cream

Homemade strawberry ice cream is delectable but labour intensive if you don’t have an ice cream maker. This ingenious Jamie Oliver recipe lets you create the most delicious strawberry frozen delight in just one minute. Jamie Oliver suggests using fat-free greek yoghurt, which makes this a super healthy frozen yoghurt, particularly as the only added […]

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Gooseberry elderflower compote with semifreddo

Gooseberry and elderflower compote with zabaglione semifreddo

Another delicious recipe from our friends at The Mistley Thorn, this creamy zabaglione semifreddo offsets the tart and floral gooseberry and elderflower compote to make a perfectly balanced dessert. Semifreddo is Italian for semi-frozen dessert. It can be made in advance and makes an impressive dinner party dessert. Serves 6 to 8 people. Zabaglione semifreddo Whisk together […]

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Raspberry sauce with flourless chocolate cake

Raspberry sauce and flourless chocolate cake

This light raspberry sauce makes a great companion to anything from your breakfast yoghurt to the dense, fudgy flourless chocolate cake which we tried it with. The raspberry sauce cuts through the density of the flourless chocolate cake – so even those who are going gluten-free or paleo can enjoy a indulgent dessert! This sauce is a […]

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Raspberry clafoutis dessert

Raspberry clafoutis

Clafoutis is a rich fruit pancake, baked in the oven and served warm. It’s traditionally made with black cherries and originates from the Limousin area in France. This version of the recipe uses frozen raspberries, so is great for making year-round. The recipe was recommended to us by a customer, Jackie Keeble, as a simple and […]

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Blackcurrant cake

Blackcurrant cake

This is a lovely cake, just as good eaten cold with coffee or served warm as a dessert with ice cream. This recipe also works well with gooseberries – just replace the blackcurrants with the same quantity of gooseberries. Grease an 8” loose-bottomed tin. Heat the oven to 180*C / 375*F / Gas mark 4. Put all ingredients […]

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Blackcurrant ice cream

Simple fruit ice cream

We don’t like to have cream in the shop that’s skirting too close to its use-by date, so recipes like this are a great way to use it all up without having to eat it at once. Though, I must say, the ice cream is so delicious that its often eaten just as quickly! I […]

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