Ever-ready apple crumble
Was there any fruity dessert before apple crumble? It’s comforting, easy to make and, most of the time, it’s a general crowd-pleaser.
Get the recipe for ever-ready apple crumble here.
Free-form peach tart
Otherwise known as a galette, this free-form tart is like a French girl– low-key, cool and delicious.
Get the recipe for free-form peach tart here.
With winter around the corner, we’re seeking out all things citrus and this baked ClemenGold pud is going to the first thing we make.
Get the recipe for ClemenGold pudding here.
Summer berry pudding
On the other end of the pudding scale, this summer berry version is a classic for a reason. Although you should make it with seasonal berries, frozen ones would work just as well if you need your fix in the middle of winter.
Get the recipe for summer berry pudding here.
Poached guava cake
Guavas are about to come into season, though this cake would be just as good with the canned variety.
Get the recipe for poached guava cake here.
Abi’s ultimate raspberry soufflé
If you want to show off a bit, there’s nothing more impressive than a soufflé.
Get the recipe for Abi’s ultimate raspberry soufflé here.
Always-ready berry-and-coconut muffins
For maximum smugness points, bake these on a Sunday and you’ll have a satisfying breakfast or snack for the week.
Get the recipe for always-ready berry-and-coconut muffins here.
This traditional custard-based pudding can be made with almost any fruit, but there’s something particularly chic about using plums.
Get the recipe for plum clafoutis here.
Baked nectarines and peaches with ice cream
The ultimate “I don’t feel like making dessert” dessert, baked stone fruit will always be a welcome sight after dinner.
Get the recipe for baked nectarines and peaches with ice cream here.
Christmas’s crowning dessert (in South Africa at least), pavlova is the perfect pedestal for seasonal fruit.
Get the recipe for strawberry-and-cream pavlova here.
There’s something deeply satisfying about pear puddings, especially when paired with toasty pecans.
Get the recipe for pear-and-pecan pudding here.
Fig tarte tatin
You might think that a tarte tatin can only be made using apples, and we’re definitely fond of the original, this fig version is a strong contender.
Get the recipe for fig tarte tatin here.