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Favourite dessert to share with friends?

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ArtyFartyQueen Fri 27-Sep-19 20:50:29

Going to a friends house on Sunday and I’ve offered to make some puddings. Any ideas on what to make? I was thinking maybe a pavlova, and then a couple of other options

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Windydaysuponus Fri 27-Sep-19 20:51:30

Dessert?
Share?
No way!!

foodiemama26 Fri 27-Sep-19 21:46:01

salted caramel chocolate brownie!

Blondie1984 Sat 28-Sep-19 02:50:06

Panna cotta

Ricekrispie22 Sat 28-Sep-19 06:46:40

Bakewell tart
Self-saucing chocolate pudding
Cheesecake
Apple crumble or apple pie
Croissant pudding (Paul Hollywood and Nigella both have good recipes)
Clafoutis

Bloodybridget Sat 28-Sep-19 09:03:05

Bread and butter pudding made with brioche; ideally serve it warm with very cold single cream.

ByeByeMissAmericanPie Sat 28-Sep-19 09:04:03

Banoffi Pie

ArtyFartyQueen Sat 28-Sep-19 09:09:45

Thanks all! Some great ideas 😊

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missyB1 Sat 28-Sep-19 09:10:20

Boozy trifle - I use sherry but Baileys is nice too.

Ellabella989 Sat 28-Sep-19 09:11:02

Banoffee pie. Really easy and always a crowd pleaser.

Delia Smith has really good recipe for individual chocolate mousses too which are so delicious.

Other crowd pleasers:
Lemon tart
Apple tart
Tiramisu
Key lime pie
Trifle
Berry cheesecake
Sticky toffee pudding

LlamaofDrama Sat 28-Sep-19 09:16:42

Hokey pokey ice cream (very easy to make) with berries and butterscotch sauce.

LittleAndOften Sat 28-Sep-19 09:22:31

Key Lime pie (the carnation recipe is great)
Pavlova definitely, always a winner
Chocolate briwnies

All easy to make and easy to take. Can I come? grin

PusheenLovesPizza Sun 29-Sep-19 09:47:35

Friend makes a bannoffe cheesecake that always gets demolished. Basically a New York Cheesecake on a ginger biscuit crumb base, topped with bananas, banoffee toffee, whipped double cream and chocolate shavings.

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