Dinner Party Desserts: Your guide to easy dessert recipes for dinner parties

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  • If you’re throwing a dinner party this weekend and want a show stopping dinner party desserts that will be remembers fondly by your guests, look no further than this delicious collection of dessert recipes to get you on the right track.

    For something really special for your next dinner party, why not serve up something to your guests? Not only will they look a little different and stylish, your guests will really appreciate all the effort you’ve gone to with your dinner party desserts.

    Our Lime Syllabub recipe is such a sweet and tangy English classic and makes a real treat for the taste buds? Serve it up in individual glasses makes it a great end to a meal too.

    Or why not try our classic Vanilla Panna Cotta with Port Jelly for another dinner party dessert. You make these delicious puds ahead of time and bring them out when you’re ready for your sweet course.

    That said, you can’t go wrong with a good cheesecake when it comes to entertaining, as they’re so easy to prep ahead and are a real crowd pleaser? Plus they’re big so you’ll be covered if anyone asks for seconds! Our Chocolate Cheesecake with Armagnac Prunes is full of rich flavours that you won’t forget in a hurry, while our Passion Fruit Cheesecake is a great summer dessert option thanks to the colourful and fruity flavours.

    Everyone loves chocolate, so using it in your dinner party dessert recipe is a great way to ensure satisfied guests! Our delicious Double Decker Tart is a great take on the classic chocolate bar everyone will remember from their childhood, while you just can’t go wrong with our Foolproof Chocolate Fondant for a chocolatey dessert that feels super indulgent and a little bit posh.

    To kick things of, we’ve gone for a real English classic with our Lime Syllabub. This is one of our favourite dinner party desserts. Simple to make and a really sweet and delicate end to a feast, you can’t go wrong with this delicious recipe.

    Get the recipe: Lime Syllabub