This is both a dessert and cheese course in one. Although my son declared they were the best when eaten with wild mushroom soup as a bread substitute. He’s got quite a taste for an 8-year old.
This is not a traditional English trifle. There is no dense pound cake, crème anglaise, and whipped cream inside. My trifle is assembled from light chocolate génoise soaked in Grand Marnier syrup, freshly made cranberry sauce, chocolate pastry cream, and… Continue reading →
This is a delicious frozen dessert and you won’t even need an ice-cream maker for this. There is another advantage – it can be made up to 3 days before serving and kept in a freezer. The recipe requires 6… Continue reading →