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    I like a lemon merangue tart. that is not the right spelling, but it is a delicious dessert, and it can be made in advance. marie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Louy View Post
    I'd love this recipe if you are happy to share?
    It really is ridiculously easy and quick! I serve it in martini glasses and just grate Toblerone on the bottom of the glass before adding mouser and then again over the top before serving - makes about 8 depending on the size of your glasses!

    Ingredients
    - 4 large Egg whites
    - 600ml cream
    - 200g Toblerone plus extra for grating

    Instructions

    - Beat egg whites until stiff
    - Whip cream in sep bowl
    - Melt toblerone with a little cream
    - fold cream and egg whites together then pour in melted Toblerone until all combined and put into serving glasses!
    - Put in fridge to set for at least 3 hours ( overnight is better just cover with cling wrap)

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    Super easy - chocolate ripple cake. Layer chocolate ripple biscuits with whipped cream, cover with whipped cream, fridge overnight.

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    Default What's your favourite dessert..

    Thanks ladies! Some recipes I've definitely put on my bucket list. Tonight I've gone with a butterscotch self saucing pudding.. 😋

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovemysons View Post
    I'd love the cheesecake recipe ! Thanks
    No worries!

    Base:
    1 packet of Marie biscuits or I prefer butternut snaps, blitzed into crumbs
    Melted butter enough to mix with the crumbs to hold together in the base - 60-100g. I know this is a weird range but butternut snaps use less butter than Marie or arrowroot.

    Filling:
    300g Philly cream cheese softened
    1 tin sweetened condensed milk
    250ml double cream
    Juice of 4 lemons
    1 teasp vanilla bean extract

    Method:

    Combine biscuit crumb and melted butter and push down into a cheesecake tin. Refrigerate for at least an hour

    Beat softened Philly until it's smooth

    Add condensed milk a little at a time to prevent lumps

    Add double cream and beat gently until combined

    Add vanilla

    Slowly add lemon juice (may need to stop every now and then to scrape down sides.

    Mix until mixture starts to thicken (lemon juice acts as a thickener)

    Pour over prepared base and refrigerate for at least 2 hours

    * use less lemon juice if you don't like strong lemon flavour
    * service with raspberries or blueberries or just some cream.
    * if you like a stronger lemon flavour, add the zest of 1-2 lemons to the mixture with the lemon juice.

    I love this one.

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