Making your own caramel requires care and attention, but the resulting bubbly, crunchy cinder toffee is worth it.
Learn how to make your own honeycomb ice cream. If you don't have an ice cream maker, see the tip below for an alternative method
Combine golden syrup, sugar and bicarbonate of soda to make our moreish homemade honeycomb. Simple to make, it's a lovely gift for friends at Christmas time
Use the ripest bananas possible for the custard in this decadent dessert, which is topped with mejool dates, honeycomb, pistachios and dried banana chips
Treat yourself and loved ones to homemade honeycomb. Dip in chocolate for added indulgence
The perfect Valentine's dessert, best made ahead to give the flavours time to mingle
Crunchy, crumbly cinder toffee makes a rich open torte with dark chocolate ganache even more decadent
This layered drip cake is smothered in cream cheese icing and drizzled with a dark chocolate ganache – a stunning centrepiece for a big occasion
Crisp, sweet pastry with a creamy filling and a crunch of honeycomb, this luxurious tart is sure to bring some Christmas cheer and will get guests talking!
Making your own cinder toffee requires a little care and attention but it's worth it. Break into shards and scatter over ice cream and other desserts
Layer salted caramel and thick chocolate cream on a chocolate pastry base and top with crunchy honeycomb for a dessert with a difference
Add a little grapefruit zest to bring out the vibrant hop bitterness in this fabulous treacle tart made with pale ale. Scatter over honeycomb shards to serve
Great for a bake sale, a gift, or simply an afternoon treat to enjoy with a cuppa, this rocky road is quick to make and uses mainly storecupboard ingredients.
Drizzle these fresh choux buns with plenty of hot toffee sauce and top with whatever you like – try homemade honeycomb, chopped nuts or your favourite chocolate bar.