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Big pot of double cream...

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CrabappleBiscuit Sun 28-Jan-18 09:04:00

Any suggestions to use it up, dh doesn’t like overly creamy savoury stuff....

I’ve got a lot of frozen black currants.....

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Poshindevon Sun 28-Jan-18 09:07:46

What about Blackcurrant cheesecake or blackcurrant mouse

UrbaneSprawl Sun 28-Jan-18 09:08:24

Brown bread ice cream. Much nicer than it sounds and very easy to make without an ice cream churn.

CrabappleBiscuit Sun 28-Jan-18 21:23:39

Thank you! Black currant mousse I think....

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Myddognearlyatethedeliveryman Sun 28-Jan-18 21:25:25

Small pan of frozen peas, chopped onion, pour cream on and boil down. Delicious!

highinthesky Sun 28-Jan-18 21:27:25

I would be making a big tray of burfi, but that’s just me wink

Check this out for indulgence: www.carnation.co.uk/Recipes/123/Pistachio-and-Chocolate-Burfi

chickywoo Sun 28-Jan-18 21:28:46

Have a few mornings of luxury porridge!

AdaColeman Sun 28-Jan-18 21:30:51

Stew up the blackcurrants and make blackcurrant fool.

BikeRunSki Sun 28-Jan-18 21:35:43

Leek and potato soup

iMatter Sun 28-Jan-18 21:37:14

Mash up some bananas, add a bit of sugar and cover in cream 😊

superram Sun 28-Jan-18 21:47:38

Or freeze it.

iklboo Sun 28-Jan-18 21:50:08

You can make your own butter with it.

iklboo Sun 28-Jan-18 21:51:44

I use this but just plain salted butter not garlic

4merlyknownasSHD Mon 29-Jan-18 09:49:41

Forget the black currents, they are frozen and can remain so. For the cream, do Nigella's Seville Orange Ice Cream. There should still be a few around for late Marmalade makers, and you only need three or four of them. It is very easy to make and very decadently delicious.

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