Sablé Biscuits

Orange and Lemon Syllabub with Shropshire Strawberry Coulis

  • 2 x Mixing bowls
  • Baking tray
  • Sharp knife
  • Whisk/hand blender
  • Blender
  • Small sieve
  • 7 cm cutting ring (or similar size)
  • Piping bag
  • Grater
  • Rolling pin
  • Plain flour
  • Icing sugar
  • Strawberries
  • Unsalted butter
  • Golden caster sugar
  • Lemon
  • Orange
  • Egg
  • Double cream

Inspired by our trip to Lake Road Kitchen and Jess’ favourite dessert, this dish combines a classic Sablé biscuit recipe with our own grown Shropshire strawberries and a rich orange and lemon syllabub to create a dessert prepared in advance to pull together in front of your guests.


The Sablé biscuit originated in the Loire region of France, and the name Sablé, sand in French, refers to the sandy texture of these tender and crumbly cookies.  Here we combine them with our own grown strawberries, in both whole and coulis form, and a rich and flavoured syllabub to create a light summer dessert, perfect for making at the table in front of your guests as almost all of the work is done before serving. A fantastic sweet treat to end any summer meal.

£4.50 (per portion)