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    Quote Originally Posted by pearlsandjandals View Post
    Baked New York cheesecake! Recipe in taste.com
    This and trifle

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    My mum's go-to when we were kids was an icecream christmas pudding. I LOVED it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn View Post
    My mum's go-to when we were kids was an icecream christmas pudding. I LOVED it!
    That reminds me, I've made this one a few times and fantastic:

    http://blogs.abc.net.au/victoria/201...am-recipe.html

    ETA - I modify it slightly - I use a whole block of milk chocolate instead of the 150 grams of dark. I also chop it finely instead of melting.

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    Deconstructed pav. Bought meringue nests or mini meringues from Coles broken up, mixed berries either fresh or defrosted, fresh cream which you can whip with a bit of sugar if you have a sweet tooth. A drizzle of raspberry liqueur for the adults, crumbled flake over the top, serve it in a wide glass or a big martini glass (you can buy them cheap at Kmart or IKEA).

    Similarly, there's Eton mess which is the same ingredients but without the meringue, and you fold the berries in with with cream.

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    Thank you everyone! So many yummy desserts to decide on! How is it I couldn't think of anything lol

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    Im making duck egg pavs and rich choc rum balls.. yummy

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    I'm doing :
    Xmas wreath pavlova - just form the mix into a circle and bake , top with pomegranate seeds, cherries and mint leaves
    Toblerone mousse - really easy, make the night before in individual cocktail glasses
    Mars bar slice - but add green and red m and ms and make it really thin in a slice tray and cut out with xmas tree cookie cutters

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    I'm making a pavlova for christmas day (well decorating one ), as I have tried to make a pav from scratch before and not my strongest area. Too fickle for me. Boxing day, I will be making a chocolate ripple ring to take with us to my partner's grandmother's house.

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    Pavlova!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pearlsandjandals View Post
    Baked New York cheesecake! Recipe in taste.com
    This is what DD has requested, an easy but good option, I'm also doing a tiramisu.


 

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