Got some alcohol to use up in a cake? Try one of our boozy bakes for the ultimate indulgent dessert. We have everything from rum cake to impressive mojito cake and even gin and tonic cake. Why not impress your friends and family this weekend and make one of these show-stopping easy baking recipes…
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Your favourite cocktail as a loaf cake – perfect for a grown-up afternoon tea.
We’ve ramped up a classic coffee cake with a splash of Irish whiskey and Guinness. Plus, it’s topped with luxurious coffee flavoured cream for an extra decadent cake recipe. We’ve got plenty more coffee recipes here.
Add a splash of booze to this dessert for extra indulgence! Ready in under an hour, this comforting pud magically creates its own sauce and is best served warm with a dollop of ice cream. More self-saucing recipes here.
Check out our easy yet standout semifreddo recipe with chocolate and amaretto semifreddo all encased in an Italian pandoro bread and topped with crunchy pistachios.
Looking for individual desserts that are easy to make? Check out our mini winter puddings with mulled wine.
Need a show-stopping dessert recipe to impress guests over the Christmas period? Check out our indulgent festive yule log with a boozy Baileys cream and crunchy hazelnut brittle.
Transform a simple ginger loaf into this boozy cake in just 25 minutes by soaking in rum and caramel then layering with boozy caramel cream. Check out more of our ginger recipes here.
Want an easy fruit cake with no fuss? Impress your guests this Christmas and jazz up your cake with rum and a simple almond buttercream. Make it now or save the recipe to whip-up a quick Christmas cake.
Need a showstopping dessert to impress guests? Make our creamy tiramisu with espresso, kahlúa and vodka. This boozy dessert is easy to make and will be a real hit with friends and family.
Add a bit of booze to you tarte tatin with our showstopping recipe using russet apples, flaky puff pastry and dark rum. This impressive pudding may take a bit of time to make but it’s well worth the wait.
Looking to take your chocolate cake up a notch? Check out this Italian inspired almond cake with dark melted chocolate and a hint of coffee. Topped with velvety amaretto cream, this cake is pure indulgence and a great treat to serve friends.
Love gin? Baking with alcohol is great fun, add gin to your next bake. This lemon, gin & tonic cake combines two of our favourite things, plus it’s easy to make and sure to please a crowd.
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Check out our seriously boozy sloe gin layer cake with plums and almonds. This cake is easy to make and sure to impress your friends over the festive period.
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Looking for a boozy cake to entertain guests? Check out our easy cake recipe soaked in a mojito-infused sugar syrup and covered with lime buttercream. This mojito cake recipe will be the ideal cake for a special celebration.
Want an indulgent boozy dessert? Make these easy individual crème caramels with coffee liqueur – the perfect way to end your next dinner party with friends.
Want to make a rum cake? Rum raisin cake is a real crowd-pleasing flavour combo, try this boozy twist on a classic cake. Serve this bundt cake warm for pudding or afternoon tea, dolloped with sweetened whipped cream.
Leftover Baileys? Check out our showstopping Baileys meringue recipe. You can make the pavlova base the day before, then fill just before serving, a perfect way to get ahead with your next dinner party. Store in a large airtight box or wrap the pav, on its tray, in clingfilm or foil to keep the air out.
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Check out our easy soufflé recipe with brandy. This basic soufflé recipe is an easy soufflé dessert made from scratch. The rich prune and Armagnac soufflé is served with a boozy Armagnac custard.
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This show-off chocolate stout and marble cake makes a mean alcoholic dessert to serve guests over the festive period. Indulgent, easy to make, and good for entertaining, this cake will become a favourite crowd pleaser in no time.
Looking for an easy edible gift to take to your Christmas party? Check out these indulgent chocolate tiffins with our favourite coffee liquor in solid chocolate form. You don’t have to include the edible glitter but it does give added bling.
Need a boozy summer dessert? Add a Caribbean twist to your baking with pineapple, coconut and rum flavours of piña colada. Use ready-baked tarts if you want to make this dessert even easier.
Check out Edd Kimber’s indulgent apple pie recipe with caramel – a great twist on the classic. Whisky is added to the thick and crunchy pastry, and caramel added to the apple filling for a more decadent and grown up taste.
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This delicious prune and armagnac tart was dreamed up in Skye Gyngell’s Spring restaurant at Somerset House. This easy tart recipe is served with an orange caramel sauce on the side – perfect way to end dinner.
This devilish combination of amaretto, Tia Maria, mascarpone, amaretto and dark chocolate comes together to make our best ever tiramisu torte that’s well worth the effort. This impressive adult cake recipe will be a hit with your friends and family at your next gathering.
Need a sophisticated dessert recipe? Our caramelised upside-down cake is an indulgent cake that is best served warm with the Cointreau custard.
Check out this bread and butter pudding recipe with boozy bourbon butterscotch sauce. Bread and butter pudding is a New Orleans staple with most restaurants serving a version of it. Serve this boozy dessert with a dollop of ice cream.
Everyone loves a boozy, coffee-flavoured Italian tiramisu and this is a great easy version, made with shop-bought sponge cake and without raw eggs and shaped like an ice cream bombe.
Like a happy mash-up of a key lime pie and a piña colada, this coconut key lime pie is a Saturday night kind of pudding. It’s easy to make but looks really impressive on the table.
Treat your loved ones to a great dessert with this luxurious festive bake made with white chocolate and Baileys. This easy chocolate roulade recipe requires very little effort, prepare it next time you host a dinner party.