Lovefood's Charlotte shows us how easy it is to make a very English summer pudding. All you need is fruit and bread!
Sometimes old-fashioned puddings are the best. This bit of frippery makes everyone smile.
Pearl cous cous is also called ‘giant or Israeli cous cous’. It’s actually pasta and a wonderfully diverse alternative in salad or served as a hot side dish.
This dish is straight out of the Sicilian hills. Use the leanest and finest pork loins you can find.
An indulgent sticky toffee pudding, drowned in a Jersey black butter caramel sauce.
This crumble is warming and comforting. The wild cherry plums can often be found growing wild and the British cobnuts add a wonderfully nutty flavour.
This tasty traybake is easy to make and can use any berry that’s in season or that you forage yourself. The rosehip syrup adds a deliciously tangy finish to the cake.
These cheesecakes should be made using empty small jam jars. Protein packed tofu and the sunny yuzu fruit add an extra tang for an original and moreish dessert.
A simple yet delicious traditional English dessert with a mixture of fruit and granola for a beautiful summery treat that can be made using foraged alpine strawberries.
A decadent chocolate tart, making the most of an unusual ingredient - Speculoos is a type of spiced shortcrust biscuit, which also comes in a spread.
A delicious, healthy and spicy snack that takes just 10 minutes to put together.