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LindaC

Dessert. Recipes

I am travelling next weekend to a family party and am taking some desserts with me by car, any ideas please? I thought a tiramisu may be a good start but am runnin out of ideas!

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Queen of Puds

travelling pud

I might be tempted to make an apricot jaloise. Bought butter puff pastry, tin apricots in juice (not syrup) and you make an almond sponge that you spread on the pastry that the apricot halves sit on, then cover with latice. Bake. Make a sauce with the juice. Easy to pack & transport....?

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LindaC

Travelling desserts

Thanks so much that's a Brilliant idea, will definitely give it a try!

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Janice

Transportable Desserts

Delia's 4 nut brownies are wonderful. If you baked in springform pans, you could transport as a tart, more like a dessert, as opposed to individual brownie squares. I make a ganache with 2-4 oz choc chips and 2 tablespoons of cream and drizzle on the top. Looks great.
I have tried several of the thousands of recipes for brownies and have decided that Delia's in my opinion are the best.
My recipe for apple tart is on my recipe profile. Also a good transportable dessert and a bit diffferent with a cream cheese mix under the apples.

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Noreen, Board Moderator

Dessert recipes

There might be something to take your fancy in this recipe gallery.
http://www.deliaonline.com/recipes/galleries/party-puddings/?page=1

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Pan-tastic

Dessert recipes

Brownies a great idea also the chocolate truffle torte from the Christmas book or the fallen souffle with armagnac prunes from Winter - both dead easy to tranport

Or make a pavlova base and poach or bake some bright pink forced rhubarb with some stem ginger. Transport the rhubarb in seperate plastic tub and then assemble with some whipped cream when you get there.

And maybe a cheeseboard? Very easy indeed and nice for those who don't have such a sweet tooth (like me!)

 
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