I made this last week and you won't believe how easy it is:
And wickedly delicious!
Yep, agree with PP cheesecake or pav
Omg I need to make all these! Drooling....
Summer berry trifle (google recipe)
So easy and so 80's!
It was a massive hit at Christmas.
Fruit kebabs (grapes, watermelon, rockmelon, etc)
I was going to suggest trifle too. Use a store bought cake to crumble in the base, then add some store bought custard, cream, fruit & jelly. There's no right or wrong way to make trifle in my book. Depending on how many people are at the BBQ you might want to make a big trifle or lots of little ones in plastic disposible cups. the cups are harder to transport, but so cute to eat from
my fail safe (and super easy and yummy) party desserts are jelly slice and caramel tarts.
jelly slice: http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe...lice-L669.html
I recommend doubling the cheesecake layer otherwise its a bit thin in comparison to the other layers. and also make sure that the middle layer is completely set before putting the jelly on, otherwise the jelly will sink through to the biscuit base ( I learnt this the hard way lol)
caramel tarts: http://www.bestrecipes.com.au/recipe...rts-L7187.html
mmm this thread is making hungry, so many good ideas
Last edited by Madame Mayhem; 31-01-2013 at 20:15.
I make a trifle but with strawberries instead of peaches, and choc mousse instead of custard. Sprinkle more strawberries on the top, shave some chocolate for decoration. Oh and add your favourite liquor or port if the mood takes you (I sometimes make two bowls so drivers & non-drivers can both eat)
Ok I let DH choose and he chose the choc ripple log & jelly slice I have never made jelly slice though and all the recipes seem to be different! Some say condensed milk for the creamy layer and others say cream cheese & cream....which works best?
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