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Mini cold puds for afternoon tea

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Raera Sun 26-Jul-20 18:48:57

My adult DD has requested a birthday afternoon tea.
Each time I've had one in a café/restaurant there has been a little pot of something yummy chilled to eat with a small spoon along with the scones and cakes.
I have some little square ramekins 6cm across and 3cm deep which would be perfect but what do I put in them?
Ideally to make the day before as I need to make 10.
Not chocolate or strawberry as I plan other things with these.
Almond flavour is not popular
No allergies.
Thanks so much!

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linerforlife Sun 26-Jul-20 18:49:48

Lemon posset?

RunningFromInsanity Sun 26-Jul-20 18:53:49

Some sort of cheesecake?

IAintentDead Sun 26-Jul-20 18:55:46

vodka lemon jelly
mini cheesecake
mini creme caramel
single profiterole

Iwantacookie Sun 26-Jul-20 18:58:01

Creme brulee, moose, sorbet

Egghead68 Sun 26-Jul-20 18:58:39

Creme brûlée
Raspberry tiramisu
Lemon and raspberry posset
Armagnac prune and vanilla custard
Rhubarb or gooseberry fool

MotherForkinShirtBalls Sun 26-Jul-20 19:00:33

Lemon posset every time.

Ricekrispie22 Sun 26-Jul-20 19:27:59

Lemon meringue pots

Raera Sun 26-Jul-20 19:47:37

Can you share your lemon posset recipes please?
All others sound lovely but this sounds a favourite, don't think I've ever had it.
Thanks again

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polkadotpjs Sun 26-Jul-20 19:50:02

Mary Berry's lemon pots with raspberries in them. Easy and beautiful

polkadotpjs Sun 26-Jul-20 19:51:14

Katrinawaves Sun 26-Jul-20 19:51:54

Nigella Lawson does a nice tiramisu recipe using Baileys. Or you could do mini banoffee puddings.

MotherForkinShirtBalls Sun 26-Jul-20 20:07:44

Bbc good food lemon posset recipe works every time for me. I sometimes do half lemon, half lime which is even better.

FawnDrench Mon 27-Jul-20 18:54:55

Lemon syllabub
Gooseberry fool
Apple snow

SkeletorAttack Wed 29-Jul-20 13:25:52

Lemon posset is lovely and light. If you want something super rich instead, maybe chocolate mousse?

Pomegranatemolasses Wed 29-Jul-20 16:00:50

These are delicious.

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