Lemon soufflé

Lemon soufflé: A no-bake fridge dessert for dinner parties. Photo by Adobe Stock

Lemon soufflé: A no-bake fridge dessert for dinner parties

If you’re in the mood for some restaurant-quality desserts, our no-bake lemon soufflé recipe is sweet, tangy and perfect for dinner parties.

Lemon soufflé

Lemon soufflé: A no-bake fridge dessert for dinner parties. Photo by Adobe Stock

Dessert is truly one of the world’s joys when you have friends over and can share in sweet flavours and great conversation. So many of us are scared to make a soufflé in the oven as we always think it will deflate. However, this no-bake lemon soufflé is more like a custard dessert with whipped cream than a baked version. It’s like a lemon meringue and a crème brûlée had a tangy baby and it will remind you of dessert as a child.

Lemon soufflé suggestions

You will be making a smooth custard over a double boiler so that it doesn’t burn and the gelatin is also dissolved in the same way. All of this will make sure that your dessert is smooth and perfect with every bite. You can make them the day before and then just before serving, pipe some whipped cream on top and make it look just like a soufflé. The added nuts add crunch and who doesn’t love pistachios?

If you’re in the mood for some restaurant-quality desserts, our no-bake lemon soufflé recipe is sweet, tangy and perfect for dinner parties.

Do you want to make more restaurant quality dessert recipes to enjoy with your friends and family? Have a look at our excellent recipe suggestions for you to try. There are many more old-school recipes like this one. They are published in the Hamlyn All-colour Cook Book.

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