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    Default Ideas for an Easter Sunday dessert

    We've been invited to a lunch for Easter Sunday and have been asked to bring dessert. There will be about 10-12 people I think.

    Any ideas on recipes I could make? I have a Thermomix so either regular or Thermomix recipes are welcome.

    I was hoping for something easy yet impressive somehow ☺️
    TIA

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    What about a platter with an array of slices? I'm doing wheat bix slice which is a huge favourite with the kids and dairy free and then doing an apple and custard slice.

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    Chocolate ripple cake or easy cheesecake.

    Cheesecake is a normal biscuit base then filling is a packet of cream cheese, 300ml of cream and 2 packets of jelly crystals dissolved with just enough boiling water to dissolve them. Whip it all together, put on the base and put it in the fridge.

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    Flummery

    Chocolate mousse with whipped cream and mini easter eggs for decoration

    Apple pie

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    Flummery

    Chocolate mousse with whipped cream and mini easter eggs for decoration

    Apple pie
    Mmmm, flummery. No one seems to even know what it is anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Mmmm, flummery. No one seems to even know what it is anymore.
    Yes what is it?

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    How about tiramisu in a big glass bowl- with or without Kahlua- I skip the custard layer and just have layers of soaked sponge biscuits/ whipped mascarpone/ and repeat with a bit of grated choc on top. If you make it this afternoon, it gets even better overnight. No cooking required.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Mmmm, flummery. No one seems to even know what it is anymore.
    I'm intrigued! What's flummery?
    Off to google.....

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    Depends on where you live but mine is 2 packets of jelly crystals dissolved with about a cup of boiling water and cooled down - but not enough that it sets. Then you whip it for about 10 minutes with a can if chilled evaporated milk. Put in fridge to set. It's kinda like a jelly flavoured mousse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Depends on where you live but mine is 2 packets of jelly crystals dissolved with about a cup of boiling water and cooled down - but not enough that it sets. Then you whip it for about 10 minutes with a can if chilled evaporated milk. Put in fridge to set. It's kinda like a jelly flavoured mousse.

    I do this but with some crushed drained pineapple and lemon jelly crystals.

    Mmmm


 

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