15 indulgent and decadent winter desserts – Better Homes and Gardens

A simple well loved recipe that will melt hearts everytime, especially when served in individual dishes.

2. Raspberry and hazelnut crumble

An old-fashioned comforting dessert with a perfect balance of flavours and textures. The roasted hazelnuts adds an extra layer of crunch to this moreish crumble. 

3. Spiced pear and date crumble

A deliciously different take on a classic winter dessert that is, for what it’s worth, even better the next day.

4. Apple, rhubarb and strawberry crumbles

Apple, rhubarb and strawberry? What a trio! This decadent fruity dessert is the stuff of dreams.

5. Classic apple pie

Is there anything more comforting than a slice of this traditional favourite with a dollop of cream? We’ll take a large piece, please!

6. Rhubarb and apple pie with homemade pastry

Haven’t tried rhubarb and apples in a dessert? You’re missing out. When cooked together, they make a particularly flavourful pair. Not convinced? You’ll need to give this delicate rhubarb and apple pie a try to make a fair judgement.

7. Blueberry, pecan and rosemary open-faced pie

Ready for dessert? This ultra-simple pie is the stuff of dreams for experienced bakers and newbies alike.

8. Caramel apple crumble cake

Can’t decide between a crumble or a cake? With this recipe, you don’t have to choose!

9. Upside-down plum cake with honeyed pears

Made with dark rum, cinnamon and bay leaves and served with a honey and pear sauce, this cake is definitely worth firing up the oven for.

10. Individual sticky date puddings with coffee toffee sauce

Now that you’ve mastered how to make a sticky date cake with butterscotch sauce. You can use the same recipe to make individual sticky date puddings.

11. Caramilk sticky date pudding

Adding chunks of Caramilk to the batter will give you oozy yum as you dig into this sensational pud, while the sugar-and-spice nuts add seasonal crunch. So good!

12. Dutch pancake

An oh-so-custardy pancake you oven bake until it’s spectacularly puffed. Yes please!

13. Double chocolate self-saucing pudding

Folks will be pudding their hands up for seconds of this devilish pudding. Chocs away!

14. Blueberry and lemon curd bread pudding

The classic bread pudding we all love but with a berry tangy twist. Made in a slow-cooker, this no-oven recipe is super simple to make and sensational served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.

Chocoholics beware, this family-favourite will only feed your addiction. Quick to prepare, gooey and oh-so rich, this self-saucing pud is best served warm from the oven.

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