So a few posts back I showed you the ROLY POLY PAVLOVA I made and I suggested a caramel version would be nice. Well I did it and it was!
Use the same meringue recipe but instead layer it with caramel, hazelnuts and cream!
So This happened.
Brioche! Nutella! Mango! Chocolate Ice Cream!
Literally toasted Brioche, slathered in Nutella and then loaded with sliced Mango and Chocolate Ice Cream!
Happy Wednesday foodie friends!!
If you need a little boost to get over this midweek hump, why not try this little tiddler of a dessert?
OK, it’s ridiculously simple and you would be forgiven for thinking…..boring, but give it a chance and I promise it will deliver!
All you need to do is:
What do I do when I’m bored? Get in the kitchen! 😄
I pulled out an old weight watchers recipe book and decided on a beautiful summer dessert in homage to the glorious weather we are having here in Cheshire, U.K.
It’s slightly time consuming but really requires little effort….just some waiting. Once you have mixed the meringue you can take 60minutes for yourself (I watched some “4 in a bed”!) whilst you wait for it too cook and cool. Then it’s simply a matter of filling and rolling.
It’s a really versatile recipe too, I think next time I plan to make this for friends but I’m going to fall to the darks side and use cream and caramel! 😈
I LOVE visiting my Grandparents, aside from the fact I love them very much, they load me up with allotment goods!
On my recent visit I came home with Rhubarb and so of course, I made a crumble.
1.Stew 450g chopped rhubarb with 2tbsp of jam (I used my grandparents home made mixed fruit jam), 1tsb ginger, 2 TSB sugar, juice of an orange for 15 minutes
2. Meanwhile, mix 2 tbsp honey, 400g oats, 50g sugar…. Squish between your fingers for a crumbly mixture
3. Pour the rhubarb mixture in a baking dish and cover with the crumble. Bake for 20 minutes or until the crumble is golden
4. Serve (with vanilla ice cream!) ☺️
If you want an easy peasy little sweet to make, this is the one for you!
Simply do the following:
They are quite decedent, very creamy and sweet. My top to you would be to make them slightly smaller tun your tempted to do.
When Gav returned home a couple of weeks ago I made a salted popcorn panacotta to welcome him.
It took some effort and time but it really was worth it! It resulted in a creamy sweet dessert which really did behold the essence of popcorn. Completely delish!
Courtesy of BBC good food: http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/salted-caramel-popcorn-pots
(I’d recommend you make it the day before!)
Naught, Naughty, Naughty….the Friday Fiend has been released!
After a week of missed gym sessions, yummy but unhealthy food and far too much alcohol, what other way is there to end the week?
I’m blaming Gavs return home for all of this weakness but really I haven’t required too much persuasion!
And so…………..doughnuts it is! These are from Greggs, that famous high street staple. I’m not sure I have ever had a Greggs doughnut before but they are OK, not the best, not the worse, but they certainly hit my sweet tooth. Nom