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lilolilmanchester Sat 27-Dec-14 19:17:04

Am usually ok with this stuff but not well and need some ideas.. Starters (pasta based) and main (fish based) sorted ... Can't bring myself to think about sweet stuff so lazily asking for ideas.. Something more exciting than fruit salad/poached pears... Meringue based out because one guest doesn't like meringue; tiramisu out; overly Rich and chocolaty out too...

DesperatelySeekingSanity Sat 27-Dec-14 19:28:28

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CatsClaus Sat 27-Dec-14 19:31:23

lemon tart? Pannacotta? Creme Brulee?

Pixa Sat 27-Dec-14 21:44:55

Lemon posset (easiest thing ever to make), with a little bit of shortbread?

agoodbook Sat 27-Dec-14 21:57:57

shortbread biscuits with fresh raspberries and cream
bread and butter pudding
posh trifle no jelly - fresh strawberries/raspberries/ sponge and cream layered in glasses

ohdearitshappeningtome Sat 27-Dec-14 21:58:55

Key lime pie?

Have a look at the carnation website

Purplecircle Sat 27-Dec-14 21:58:59

Delias chocolate bread and butter pudding

TyneTeas Sat 27-Dec-14 22:28:11

Eton Mess with Cinder Toffee instead of meringue?

(Brill cinder toffee recipe www.mumsnet.com/food/recipe/1645-Cinder-toffee )

Some kind of syllabub?

JamNan Sun 28-Dec-14 07:51:18

jelly (with tinned manderines in it) and icecream
trifle using shop bought ingredients
chocolate and marmalade (use lime marmalade) slump cake with whipped cream

Bowlersarm Sun 28-Dec-14 07:58:17

Cheesecake, Or chocolate brownies and homemade ice cream.

Ems1812 Sun 28-Dec-14 08:11:35

Sticky toffee pudding? There is a Mary Berry recipe that is easy to make & yummy! Failing that, an apple tart with ice cream- always a winner!

lilolilmanchester Sun 28-Dec-14 12:56:24

Wow, thanks all. Am leaning towards something citrusy for this particular meal but loving the other ideas too, diet might have to wait a while...

Chewbecca Sun 28-Dec-14 12:59:59

Raspberry & white chocolate cheesecake. Just be careful melting the chocolate, make sure it doesn't burn.

Ingredients

150g digestive biscuits crushed, 75g Butter melted, 400g white chocolate broken into pieces, 65g Butter, 2 tsp vanilla extract,500g mascarpone,50g caster sugar,180ml whipping cream, 1 punnet frozen Raspberries

Method
Melt butter, add crushed biscuits and press onto base of 23cm springform tin.
Place chocolate, butter and vanilla extract into a bowl and microwave on medium power for 3 mins.
In food processor mix together the mascarpone, sugar and whipping cream to a smooth consistency.
Stir the chocolate into the cream mixture.
Gently stir in the punnet of raspberries.
Spoon the mixture on top of the biscuit base and place in the fridge to set overnight.
Recipe images are not uploaded yet.

socialmedia2011 Fri 09-Jan-15 12:02:18

Why not you go for a dessert you can order it online also from www.loveandquiches.com/

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