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The history of churros begins in China, where Portuguese merchants first ate crispy fried pastry for breakfast. When they brought this treat home, they swapped the traditional salt…

Banana Pops have become the new after school treat at our place. One part healthy, one part decadent, our kids just love ’em. Here’s our super-simple Banana Pops…

I’ve been thinking about making yoghurt bark for a while now. And I thought, what better time than Easter to give it a whirl. We try not to overdo…

This blueberry sauce recipe is perfect to make after taking the family out blueberry picking. Most of the antioxidant goodness of the blueberries is retained in this sauce. Making…

This egg-free mocha mousse recipe has to be one of the most soul satisfying desserts you can whip up. The decadent, but fairly healthy, mix of chocolate and…

The original Pink Summer Clouds recipe came from the New Zealand Listener many years ago, and is just wonderful. I might not have the original ingredients totally correct,…

A beautiful dessert on a cold winter’s night Apple and Persimmon Crumble and lashings of whipped cream is one of those pleasures I look forward to in winter.…

This cake is perfect as a delicate and light finale to a dinner, served with vanilla ice cream. Change the fruit if desired; berries or apricot would also…

If you’ve got rhubarb in the garden, you will love making this delicious Maple Rhubarb Crumble Pie. It’s perfect for cooler autumn days and makes a delicious dessert. 

If you’ve made our delicious Christmas cake and have a few leftover bits and pieces, put them to good use in this easy Christmas steamed pudding recipe. It’s…

Don’t underestimate your capacity for novelty puddings. A rather whimsical creation, this is inspired by a pudding I had at Asian Kitchen restaurant in Wellington.

Desserts are always the children’s favourite part of the meal – but family desserts do not need to be unhealthy. Read on for great ideas.