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Meet your new favorite way to serve ice cream. Nutella is optional, but obviously, we're going to go there. Chelsea Lupkin. Chocolate Banana Crepes.
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Lemon-Berry Savarin. You won't even miss frosting. Christopher Testani.
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Kat Teutsch; Prop styling by Shana Faust. Mark Thomas. Recreate the restaurant fave at home. Charles Schiller. Crepe Cake. Kate Sears. Tarte Tatin. This was one of Create Bake Make's favourite desserts to make when she first moved out of home as these cute little tarts not only taste delicious, but they also look really impressive. When the weather gets chilly in the US, many turn to pumpkin spice lattes — made with the spices put into the classic pumpkin pie. Bring the classic flavour to your Aussie kitchen with this hot cup of cake.
This irresistible custard cake is so creamy, and covered in rich dark chocolate topping. There's custard in the cake batter and in the filling. For a nutty spin on the classic key lime pie, try these key lime and coconut pots with butternut snap cookies, roasted macadamias and moist coconut flakes. Inspired by the classic pie from Florida, this tart swaps Key limes for more the readily available variety, but still uses the classic condensed milk filling.
Classic British dessert banoffee pie gets an adults-only makeover thanks to a rich rum-spiked chocolate layer. Sorry kids, this one is just for the grown-ups! This pie has a secret ingredient for an irresistible crust: custard powder. Beware of leaving it to cool on the windowsill; it's sure to lure sticky fingers!
Christmas cakes. Strawberry and almond cheesecake. Basic custard. Black Forest cake. Pauline Kwong's pavlova. Peach cobbler with cardamom crust.
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Banoffee pie. Victoria sponge. Choc-malt and almond brownie.
Bread and butter pudding. Lemon shortbread. Vanilla slice. Warm choc-chip peanut butter cookies. Rhubarb crumble. Persian love cake. Perfect scones with jam and cream. Chocolate mousse. Baked apples with burnt cream. Chocolate scrolls. Pecan pie. Loved by generations and for good reason , these desserts are sure to send waves of nostalgia, as well as some delicious aromas, wafting through your kitchen.