Top Rated Caster Sugar Recipes

Fig Tart
Here is an elegant yet easy dessert from brothers Massimiliano and Federico Sali at Tinello, located in London. It's perfect for sharing with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. As an alternative presentation, you can use eight smaller tart pans for individual servings.Click here to see Cook Your Way Through London.
View Recipe
5
Eton Mess
This sweet, summery dessert is so simple, so pretty, and so delicious.This recipe is courtesy of Delia Online.
View Recipe
4.666665
Minette’s Strawberry Mojito
It’s spring time, and the weather has been a treat in London. The time for home entertainment with friends and family, and it’s cocktail time. Let the mojito contest begin! You’ll be the go to person for birthday celebration all year round.You’ll love our Minette's Strawberry Mojito
View Recipe
4.5
Rhubarb Creams
Rhubarb is an iconic spring ingredient. Susan from The Kiwi Cook uses rhubarb in this delicious rhubarb cream recipe that balances the tart flavors of rhubarb and lemon with sweetened cream and powdered sugar. The result is a thick, creamy, baby-pink dessert that tastes as good as it looks.
View Recipe
4.5
Piccalilli
Piccalilli is a classic British condiment, inpired by Indian pickles. It is used on everything from sandwiches and Scotch eggs to cheese boards and cured meats. (For the Fortnum & Mason Scotch Egg recipe, click here.)This recipe is courtesy of Tom Parker Bowles, author of Fortnum & Mason: The Cookbook. 
View Recipe
4.5
By
Two Fingers Drinks brings us the flavors of an English garden and summer in a glass.This recipe was originally published on bevvy.com.
View Recipe
4
Trifle
Layers of softened sponge fingers, rich mascarpone cream, zingy rhubarb, crunchy biscuits, and freshly made custard are piled on top of each other for a stunning springtime dessert.This recipe is courtesy of Taste.com.
View Recipe
4
cakes
These simple-to-make cakes are popular in Indonesia, especially during Ramadan as part of a fast-breaking spread. Cantik means “pretty” in Bahasa and manis means “sweet”, although they are not so sweet as the name might suggest. Their prettiness comes from the deployment of pink and green dyed sago pearls, which you can easily find an Asian grocer.This recipe is courtesy of sbs.com
View Recipe
4
Mini Guinness
Irish chef Clodagh McKenna shares how to make her Mini Guinness chocolate mousses, which, despite the name, don't actually contain Guinness. Click here to see McKenna's demo video, as she walks you step-by-step through this recipe.
View Recipe
4
Shoot to Chill Ice Pops
They say absinthe makes the heart grow fonder. After a couple of these you might go absinthe without leave in the nearest asylum with your felt-tips like Van Gogh, who was said to paint under a burning green absinthe haze. Fear not, whatever crime or misdemeanor you have committed, we only shoot to chill with our sacred gun vice lollies. We’ve toned the absinthe quota down for a better-balanced lolly.
View Recipe
4
How to take your summer cocktail from indulgent to totally healthy? Add a dose of one of nature’s healthiest elixirs: green tea. The original recipe from Bonavita tea and coffee company asks for two teaspoons of sugar, but you can cut it down to one teaspoon for a skinnier experience. 
View Recipe
4
Lenin and Lime: Gin & Tonic Sorbetto
Greetings, comrade. This quasi-revolutionary sorbetto is so bone-chillingly good that there’ll never need to be 
another cold war. It’s one of the flavors we were 
developing for our ‘Dictators of Cool’ collection, which included our old favorites Adolf Hitler (The Great 
Licktator), Colonel Gaddafi (Cone El Gaddafi), and David 
Cameron (Fake 99). — Matt O'Connor, The Icecreamists
View Recipe
4