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Impressive but surprisingly easy dishes to make
im cooking sunday lunch for our gran and grandad next week.im doing roast chicken roast pots veg yorkie puds onion gravey.but what shall i do for desert?
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we tend to have apple crumble much like the others lol It's easy. You pop it in when you take the chicken out.By the time you've cleared the main dishes the crumble is waiting to be taken out and served with ice cream!
we had a gorgeous sticky toffee pudding from M&S after ours the other day - lovely with fresh custard or cream
oh i did that last time i did them a roast, although i did use my own apples, from the garden <preen>but then gran brought me an apple cookbookwow its been along time since ive made them a roast, although they have been for bbqs in the summer
oh no i won't get away with buying something.it must be something i make.
make pancakes! I love pancakes!
well i thought about pancakes but im doing yorkie pud.
Trifle. With sherry soaked sponges.
oh no i hate sherry.
Ok, trifle with plain sponges.
what have you got in your cupboards to make dessert from?
Eton mess - easy to make and most people seem to like it!
i could do a strawberry one. i know grandad likes trifle.the starwberrys are just about in season aren't they?still and i could also do some mini ramakin size crumbleswhat do you think to that idea?.
lovely the idea of mini ramekin crumbles!
oh i will need to go shopping so i can buy anything.go for it.how about a trio of mini deserts mini trifle mini crumble and mini rice pudding?whats eton mess ive never heard of it?
thats how i noramlly do them.in the glass ramekins
eton mess is meringue, cream and strawberries
last time they came, choc fondue, we had bananas flumps strawberrys apple pieces all chopped up on a plate.and a ramekin of melted chocolate
oh that sounds v nice.how do you do it?
Blackberry pie with custard
hmm im not sure if im good at making pies.
It's easy, get some ready made pastry, cook the blackberries with some sugar on the hob, then put them together!
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