Peppermint-crisp tart might just be one of the easiest desserts to make. Simply assemble the four ingredients, pop in the fridge for half an hour – and tuck in.
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Typically, a treat that you’d pick up from a farmstall mid-road trip – but why not make your own? It’s easier than you think. (Pro tip: Make the syrup a day before in order to get it sufficiently cold for serving.)
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Rethink the way you make milk tart: add a naartjie and cardamom for a spicy twist on this South African classic.
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Don’t confuse these guys with plaited koeksisters. Koesisters are Cape Malay treats that have been spiced with a variety of flavours including cardamom, ginger, and cinnamon. Finally, they’re doused in a sticky syrup and coated with desiccated coconut.
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Okay, we admit that s’mores aren’t necessarily a strictly South African dessert, but braaied marshmallows squashed between chocolate digestive biscuits are the essential ingredients of many childhood memories.
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