As we know, the festive feast typically comes with a pretty hefty price tag. To help cut costs this Christmas, we’re sharing some of our favourite dessert recipes that won’t break the bank.

Classic pavlova

Classic pavlova | Easy Food
Keeping it simple with just seven ingredients, this light and creamy dessert is sure to impress any dinner guest.

Baked tiramisu cheesecake

tiramisu cheesecake
If you’re looking for a make-ahead dessert that won’t cost you a fortune, then this baked tiramisu cheesecake is just what you need. Perfect for coffee lovers this Christmas!

Apple cranberry crumble

Apple cranberry crumble Easy Food
Cosy up with a cheap and cheerful apple and cranberry crumble this festive season. Best served hot out of the oven, with a generous pour of warm vanilla custard and a scoop of sweet vanilla ice cream.

Raspberry Swiss roll

Raspberry Swiss roll Easy Food
This light and airy Swiss roll will go down an absolute treat after your heavy Christmas dinner. Not forgetting that it’s a great recipe to try out if you’re trying to reduce the festive grocery bill.

Banana Tarte Tatin with salted caramel ice cream

Banana tarte tatin Easy Food
A five-ingredient fix to pull the whole family together, this quick and easy dessert puts a fun twist on a classic French dish.

Irish cream and Nutella marbled cheesecake

Irish cream Nutella marbled cheesecake Easy Food
Mostly made up out of store-cupboard ingredients, many of which you might already have at home during the festive period, this scrumptious no-bake cheesecake is a sure crowd-pleaser.

Sticky date pudding

Sticky date pudding Easy Food
If you have quite a few dinner guests to feed, then this warming pud will satisfy all and serves up to 10 people.

Caramelised apple and mincemeat tart

Caramelised apple and mincemeat tart Easy Food
If mince pies aren’t to your liking, then why not put a tasty spin on the festive delight with this caramelised apple and mincemeat tart? It makes the most out of those handy pantry-staple ingredients, saving you a few euro on the big weekly shop.

Hungry for more? Check out our full collection of Christmas recipes, here.