No matter how grand and multi coursed the seder is, and no matter how full my guests may or may not be, I can never quite get it out of my head that the dessert course should be a magnificent show stopper. Of course, I always serve fruit, so that my family and friends have something refreshing after so much rich food. But, and it’s a big but, I also ALWAYS serve at least two desserts, sweet and lovely concoctions, that make even the children desperate to find the afikoman stop, ogle and savour for just a while longer. The three recipes contained here certainly do justice to the words glamourous and delicious. The Chocolate Truffle Tart is extremely easy to put together and a little piece goes a long way due to its richness. The Passover brownies are crowned with a caramel swirl taking these usual weekday treats to an entirely new level. And if you like your fruit as part of your dessert, then look no further than the macaroon and white chocolate Trifle. Layers of crushed Passover macaroons, white chocolate kissed cream and lots of berries make for an elegant finale.