Thursday, 3 March 2011

Not-Really-Trifle Things

I don't know what these things are, but they're good.

Ingredients (makes 4)

Fresh fruit or berries - I used a quarter cup of raspberries each for two of these, and three satsumas split between the other two, but experiment.
4 Tablespoons Peanut Butter
4 Rich Tea Biscuits (cheap ones tend to be vegan)
1 Teaspoon Golden Syrup
Alpro Soya Desserts - I used two vanilla (tastes like custard), chocolate, dark chocolate, and caramel (tastes like yum!).
Toppings - I used a teaspoon of flaked almonds on top of each one, and a pack of dairy-free chocolate buttons split between all four, layered in-between the soya desserts.

1.  Place fruit/berries in the glasses.  I used highball glasses, but I think mixers would work better.

2.  This is the only cooking bit.  Crush the biscuits, melt the peanut butter and golden syrup, and mix the whole lot together.  Be careful at this point, as the mixture will go very quickly from melting to burning.  Just a few seconds on a low heat will be enough.  Divide the mixture into four, and share between the glasses.

3.  Share the desserts between the glasses.  In each one, I put half a vanilla, and a quarter each of caramel, chocolate, and dark chocolate.

1 comment:

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