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Alternatives to Xmas pud?

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by gorgybaby, Dec 24, 2010.

  1. Tinned peaches with cream.
    Tinned peached with choc-choc sauce made from the chocs which are bound to be around.
    Chocolate pancakes with choc choc sauce etc etc
    Lemon pancakes
    Have you got sherry and choc chip biccies? MAke a hedgehog.
    Rocky Road type fridge biscuits.
    Cheese and pineapple on sticks.
    There you go - sorted.
     
  2. Pavlova or profiteroles with the peaches stuff with greek yog, soft cheese or thick cream if you have any or a home made custard made with eggs.
     
  3. lapinrose

    lapinrose Lead commenter

    crumbled christnas pud, 1.3rd, whipped cream 1/3rd,cutaRD 1/3RD, MIX AND FREEZE,
     
  4. lapinrose

    lapinrose Lead commenter

    DOESN'T MAKE SENSE

    1/3rd each crumbled pud, custard and whipped cream.
     
  5. lapin, don't like the pud itself, crumbled or otherwise!
    Thanks for your ideas everyone :)
    Eventually settled on a trifle so have made that ready for custard and cream going on it tomorrow.
    Thanks everyone!
    JSY x
     
  6. Gluten free clementine cake with creme fraiche for me [​IMG] whilst everyone else has the aforementioned Christmas pud and custard!
     

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