If you’re as crazy about sweet stuff as we are then you need these desserts in your life, as they’re just about the sweetest we’ve encountered. Check out our suggestions to create the perfect end to your dinner party, or just for a snack for yourself!
White Chocolate Cheesecake with Passionfruit Sauce
Is there anything better sounding than a white chocolate cheesecake? Just one thing, white chocolate cheesecake with a sweet and tangy passionfruit sauce. This dessert combines two distinct elements into one delicious and sweet dish that isn’t too tricky to make. It’s sweet like taking the jackpot on online bingo game, for any bingo fans out there and you can even chow down on this dessert while you play.
- Preparation time: 10 minutes
- Chilling time: 7 hours
- Difficulty: Moderate
Chocolate Tart with Gold Leaf Topping
The humble digestive biscuit gets a whole new lease of life when blended up and added to butter. This base serves as the starting point of many desserts and a chocolate tart is just one of the many ways you can use it. Just press the biscuit crumbs into a base and chill before whipping up a chocolate mousse to go in it. To top it all off, a sprinkling of gold leaf makes the dessert look even sweeter and just a little bit regal. This is the ideal way to elevate the dessert from basic mousse to dinner party dessert in no time.
This tart is also extremely versatile and you can add different ingredients to your taste. Mixing up milk, white and dark versions of the mousse can allow you to layer them into a more impressive dessert. If you’re a fan of our boozy creations then you can also add your favorite liquor to the mix, try kirsch to give it that amazing cherry taste.
- Preparation time: 1 hour
- Chilling time: 4 hrs
- Difficulty: Easy
This is a dessert that comes straight from your childhood and will take you right back to your sweetest memories. The layers of this tray bake might seem complicated to make but they’re actually super easy. All you need is a basic shortcake recipe, some caramel, good quality chocolate and a little patience. It’s all about allowing the layers to cool in between, so don’t be too hasty to layer them.
Chilling each layer in the fridge for at least an hour will ensure that you get the best results each time. When you’ve added all the layers give the cake a few hours in the fridge before cutting it with a knife that’s been dipped in hot water. This tip will slice through the cake like butter without cracking the chocolate so your cakes look brilliant.
- Preparation time: 45 minutes
- Chilling time: 4 hours
- Difficulty: Easy