An absolute winner! Easily the simplest dessert to make to wow your family and friends.  This is made using tamarillos which are in season at the moment, but coming towards the end. This is gorgeous, combined with orange and honey it makes a light, sweet dessert.  If you are not a fan of tamarillos, you can use rhubarb or raspberries.


I have used small shot glasses for this dessert, as it looks really impressive and perfect for dinner parties with lots of guests so you can have a couple of desserts and people don't feel like they have over eaten yet they have had a taster of something sweet.

8 Tamarillos- halved
100g Brown sugar
Zest and juice of 1 Orange
100mls Fresh Cream
2 Tbl Runny Honey
250 mls Greek Yogurt

1. Scoop the Tamarillo flesh into a small saucepan with sugar, orange zest and juice and bring to the boil, reduce the heat and simmer for 5 min.

2 Remove from heat and strain through a sieve reserving the pulpy flesh.  Return the juice to the pan and simmer for a further 5-8 min or until reduced by half.

3 Mash the tamarillo flesh as much as possible, pour the reduced syrup over the tamarillo flesh and leave aside to cool completely.

4. Whip the cream until soft peaks form. Fold through the yoghurt and honey. Gently swirl the tamarillo mixture, making sure you get a marbled effect, be careful not to over mix.  Spoon the mixture into shot glasses or bowls of your choice. Cover with clingfilm and refrigerate until ready to serve. Divine!



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