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Dreamy Chocolate Trifle

Dreamy Chocolate Trifle




Here is my DREAMY CHOCOLATE TRIFLE! (you need to come see the ingredients I used!!)
Here, I give you 2 options to make this, from scratch or cheating  I made this yesterday for some friends, we had a BBQ then this dessert after and oh boy! I knew I should have doubled my recipe! They ALL wanted seconds! haha!! Next time I will do extra!
Please enjoy and have fun making this!

Recipe here!

Dreamy Chocolate Trifle – Lovefoodies.

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Eve’s (Apple) Pudding Cake


eves apple pudding


Warm Apple (Eve’s) Pudding. Real easy to make and perfect served warm with ice cream, custard or fresh cream. Such a simple recipe yet a real pleaser!

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Fluffy Raspberry Ripple Bread & Butter Pudding

Raspberry Ripple Bread and Butter Pudding

Light & Fluffy Raspberry Ripple Bread & Butter Pudding. Great with some fresh whipped cream, ice cream or simply on it’s own.
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Spicy Pear and Almond Crumble – Lovefoodies hanging out! Tease your taste buds!

Spiced Pear & Almond Crumble

Having made apple crumble from as young as 12 years old, I decided to make some changes and play around with some flavours to make something new and delicious. The humble apple crumble still features in my kitchen every so often, but I have to say, this Pear & Almond Crumble takes the traditional recipe to another taste level.

The addition of the ground almonds to the crumble makes it crunchier and  tastier, the pears adds a refreshing change to apple, and the addition of the spices seem to enhance the flavours of the pear and almond. I have to say, the combination of flavours, textures, and indeed the smells coming from the oven are truly a delicious cooking and eating experience! Served with warm custard, this is by far one of my favourite and most pleasing desserts. In this recipe, I have made it easier regarding preparation time, by using mixed spice / pumpkin pie spice. However, if you wanted to use a cinnamon stick, cloves and star anise and infuse the pears in hot water with the spices for a few hours, you could.  I did this method at Christmas time, and it does give a gentle ‘spice’ flavour to every bite. Really quite sublime.

Spicy Pear and Almond Crumble – Lovefoodies hanging out! Tease your taste buds!.

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How To Make Home Made Custard – Lovefoodies hanging out! Tease your taste buds!

Nothing beats Home Made Custard. I like it so much I often serve it with puddings, or just eat it straight from the bowl. The addition of using the seeds from the vanilla pod really does make a difference, so if your budget will allow, it is well worth adding it to the custard.

The silkiness and creamy texture combined with the smell from the vanilla truly is a pleasure.

This custard is best eaten as soon as it is cooked.

So come check out our delicious recipe!

How To Make Home Made Custard – Lovefoodies hanging out! Tease your taste buds!.