What’s more South African than Peppermint Crisp? This is the best collection of Peppermint Crisp recipes. We cannot imagine a braai, lunch or dinner where a Peppermint Crisp tart wouldn’t be a hit.
Peppermint Crisp ice-cream cake
One of South Africa’s most-loved desserts, the Peppermint Crisp tart, gets a grown-up makeover that makes it the perfect indulgence for a warm, summer’s day. We love that you only need 9 ingredients to whip up this masterpiece.
The proof of this nostalgic classic-turned-vogue dessert lies in its legacy, taking a contemporary turn for the even better.
Recipe here: Peppermint Crisp ice-cream cake
Peppermint Crisp pudding
Could any dessert be more proudly South African? Peppermint crisp pudding is a classic. You either grew up with it or had it served to you by your friend’s more traditional mother. It’s fool-proof, quick, and always a guaranteed hit!
Recipe here: Peppermint Crisp pudding
4-Ingredient Peppermint Crisp tart
Not only is it super easy to make (there’s literally only 4 ingredients), it is also ready in almost no time. We love the beautiful colours of the layers in the tart, and the chocolate and caramel combination is to die for. It’s best left overnight to completely firm up, but if you simply cannot wait that long, you and your guests can dig in after two hours.
Prep it before your guests arrive and this Peppermint Crisp pudding will be ready once it’s time for dessert to be served. If you do not want to mix the cream and the caramel together, you can layer it separately too.
Recipe here: 4-Ingredient Peppermint Crisp tart
Peppermint Crisp cake
Peppermint Crisp tart but better…
Recipe here: Peppermint Crisp cake
Vegan Peppermint Crisp tart
“What would our South African heritage be without a traditional Peppermint Crisp Tart! It’s the dessert I whipped up the most often during my childhood, and definitely one I had to veganise to enjoy with my folks and friends today.”
Recipe here: Vegan Peppermint Crisp tart
Peppermint Crisp hot chocolate
“You haven’t had hot chocolate until you’ve had THIS hot chocolate. Flavoured with one of my guilty pleasures, Peppermint Crisp, it adds a decadent, local twist. The trick to making a really good hot chocolate, is to make a thick paste from cocoa powder, sugar and milk before adding the milk. This gives you a velvety, thick, rich hot chocolate!”
Recipe here: Peppermint Crisp hot chocolate