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Leftover bakewell topping - what to make without using pastry?

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eatyourveg Sun 13-Dec-15 11:15:49

Have made a batch of mince pies and rather than making lids I always add a bakewell topping. There is too much topping and I don't want to throw it out but don't want to make any more mince pies as I am out of pastry and have never made the real thing and don't really want to start now.

Any ideas? TIA

1frenchfoodie Sun 13-Dec-15 16:34:23

Why not try baking on its own - should just come out as a soft almond biscuit. Or freeze and use for future pies.

DesertOrDessert Sun 13-Dec-15 16:41:22

Should cook like an almondy cake. I'd just put in a cake tin or fairy cop cake cases, and maybe serve with jam?

TheExMotherInLaw Sun 13-Dec-15 16:44:39

put it as a topping on some fruit - like a crumble

Higge Sun 13-Dec-15 17:14:07

Make a cornflake base, some jam and top with bakewell loveliness.

PitPatKitKat Sun 13-Dec-15 19:05:30

Core apples and stuff them with it, then bake. If you've got leftover mincemeat you could even add a spoonful of mincemeat first, then top with the almondy mix.

eatyourveg Mon 14-Dec-15 07:51:44

Thanks for all the ideas ladies - going to go with the apples one - sounds yummy! Will try some of the others too at some point I expect. fsmile

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