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    I was going to say choc ripple cake too. I hate making desserts, but a choc ripple cake is easy peasy. I dont add sugar to the cream because I find it too sweet. You can google heaps of recipes.

    Last time I made it I dropped a tiny tiny tiny bit of mint essence on to every second biscuit so it had a very subtle choc mint flavour.

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    Cream caramel pie.
    Pkt biscuits crushed (I use scotch fingers), 1/2 block butter melted, cinnamon, press into base
    2 cups cream 2 cups milk 2/3 cups custard powder. Mix together in Jan and bring to boil/ thick. Separate pan 1/2 Block butter 1 1/2 cups brown sugar. Bring to boil add to custard. Mix well put over base and refrigerate. Optional add whipped cream and caramel ice cream topping or crushed biscuits on top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Ladies what would be your go to dessert for Christmas? We are going to dinner at my mums on Wednesday night, this will be the first time I've seen my mother for Christmas in 5 years so I don't wanna make some big extravagant dessert but also don't want to just make cookies? IYKWIM?

    It's will only be my mum, her husband, DS, Dp and myself. So not heaps of people but enough. Mum offered to do dessert as well but she's making dinner so seemed fair to make dessert.

    So please any ideas of easy desserts?

    I'm not great at cooking. At all lol. So needs to be easy. Nothing complicated lol

    Thanks!
    Sticky toffee pudding... omfg soooooo goooood

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    This I've done three times and it is so yummy and easy!!

    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/2850...+cream+pudding

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    Default Christmas dessert?

    I've also done this one. A little more fiddlier but very yummy!

    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/3564...ortbread+stars

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    I'm doing. Ice cream Christmas cake. I made it last year and it was awesome so I'm making again.
    I do an ice- cream one too.

    I just get 2L vanilla ice cream and a store bought Christmas cake and some brandy (optional).

    I let the ice cream soften then, in a pudding type shaped bowel that's lined with glad wrap, do a layer of ice- creAm, then cake, ice cream, cake etc. Add the brandy to the cake layers of you want it.

    Pop in the freezer to harden up then you are good to go - just turn out onto a serving plate - add a sprig of holy.

    I'm sure what ever you do will be fab!

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    Default Christmas dessert?

    My go to is always a pavlova. Made from scratch. So easy to do and the fresh passion fruit and strawberries make it delish!

    Might have to steal @Elijahs Mum's idea and make some mars bar slice cut out in Christmas shapes. If I had mars bars and rice bubbles I'd do it now...

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    Tiramisu Or a white chocolate and mango tiramisu.

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    I'm doing some sort of pav - either indivual mini pavs or a wreath - but I'll serve with berries and cream either way.


 

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