Warm Days, Chilly Nights: 3 Desserts for September
Sticky Toffee Pear Cake, Honey Panna Cotta with Roasted Plums and Blackberry and Fig Pavlova with Tahini Cream, what's not to love.
Three fantastic recipes for those warm days and chilly nights in September.
This cake is a twist on everyone’s favourite comfort pud – sticky toffee pudding. This can be served hot or cold with sticky toffee sauce as a dessert, or as a delicious cake with a cuppa. It’s made for those chilly autumn nights that have us reaching for the blanket.
British plums are at their best through late August and September and this dessert is a lovely way to showcase them. It’s light and elegant, perfect for those warmer autumn days.
Pavlova is a showstopper dessert. Soft, delicate meringue is crowned with velvety cream and a mound of seasonal fruit. The real theatre comes when you take the first slice and the ruby red juice from the berries oozes across the plate. Meringue is perceived as being somewhat difficult to make. It is not. All it needs is a little time, patience and a spotlessly clean and dry bowl and whisk.
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