Amaretto semifreddo (#75)

Oh. My. Gosh. Just wow. I have been intending on making a semifreddo for years. Literally years. Now I finally got round to it I’m kicking myself for not having done something so simple, so straightforward, and so beautifully delicious, much sooner. For this one you’ll need some dariole moulds. I was a bit like…

Chocolate peanut butter cheesecake (#69)

I am aware that the desserts do get the hearts aflutter on this blog. They do get so many more likes. I often find this a shame, as the main courses could probably be well described as the raison d’être for the blog. I will gladly, happily, gleefully, make an exception for this recipe however. I…

Maple roasted plums with sweet cinnamon yoghurt (#59)

One thing I will say is please check your store cupboard before going to buy ingredients. I now have two nearly-full bottles of maple syrup. Nevertheless, despite my entirely unnecessary £4.30 purchase, I give this dish a big thumbs up. As this is my third At My Table recipe in a row, I promise I will…

White chocolate cheesecake (#58)

It’s time to say hello to a cheesecake that is guaranteed to win over any white chocolate skeptic. Although I do wonder. Who are these people?! I do quite understand that it’s more of an acquired taste, with most people in love with the soft but sweet flavours from milk chocolate. But the sheer luxury…

Chocolate chip cookies (#56)

Yes, I’ve made these before in my life, but I’ve gone past recipe number 52 and quite frankly these are so damn good that you’re not gonna stop me from posting these. It’s a Nigella bake. Of course it is! Nothing goes to plan like a Nigella bake. I’ve now made these twice, and I…

Cappuccino pavlova (#52)

What a journey it has been! I’ve finally got round to posting the magical fifty-second recipe. I can’t quite believe it. Admittedly it took just over 18 months rather than one year, but I’ve got so many other meals and bakes that I’ve made but not written up that I’m afraid the blog is just…

Rocky road (#50)

Getting there. Getting there. 18 months and not 12, but hey ho. It’s been fun. So I hope no one is in the mood to hold my feet to the fire for not reaching 52 new recipes by the end of 2017. Now this is a dessert recipe that has got the office going crazy….

Marshmallow rice krispies squares (#45)

So there’s a lovely little light touch recipe to make when you want a naughty breakfast snack – although, I confess, I can’t categorize them as anything other than dessert. A cheeky one from Nigella Express, I couldn’t help but make these. Partially as I actually had a whole bunch of related ingredients leftover from Nigella’s…

Honey pie (#35)

No, I am not using some ghastly soppy reference to the lady in my life – although you are more than welcome to use whatever terms of endearment you so wish, however 1950s they may be. No, this is in fact a recipe for an incredible tart which you’ll dream of returning to. I will…

Apple and cinnamon almond muffins (#32)

Yes it’s another dessert. And yes, I have completely gone over the top on fruit-based muffin recipes, all of which are Nigella’s. I think this is my third at least? Pears first, bananas second, now we have apple. This is another one I absolutely adored. The combo of honey and yoghurt in the recipe is…

Banana and chocolate butterscotch muffins (#29)

Now I implore you to try all the dessert recipes in Nigella Express. They’ve all had first class ratings from everyone I’ve given them to. Another one, the Pear and Ginger Muffins, remain my absolute favourite, but these are really not very far from the top of the list either. Nigella asks for butterscotch ‘morsels’ or chocolate…

Cinnamon Almond cake (#25)

So this one went down a treat. The office deemed this potentially my best cake yet, which I consider not just a compliment to me but my absolute favourite TV chef Nigella. Nigellissima gave me this one. The Italian origin of it is lost on me – who doesn’t love nuts and cinnamon? (Well, my…