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Old 10-19-2012, 10:30 PM   #11
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Sounds like Americans can use any rough cookie. Even the Oreo cookies with chocolate creme inside. Sounds like a good quickie to me.
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Sounds like Americans can use any rough cookie. Even the Oreo cookies with chocolate creme inside. Sounds like a good quickie to me.
Any rough textured cookie yes We get Oreos here too, think the cookie itself may be too fine, they kinda melt in the mouth. Might go mushy.
Ginger nuts, chocolate coconut cookies like romany creams, oat cookies, Nutty cookies or pretty much any cookie with texture to it :)
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Any rough textured cookie yes We get Oreos here too, think the cookie itself may be too fine, they kinda melt in the mouth. Might go mushy.
Ginger nuts, chocolate coconut cookies like romany creams, oat cookies, Nutty cookies or pretty much any cookie with texture to it :)
I understand. Thanks Snip. ;)
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I understand. Thanks Snip. ;)
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Old 10-21-2012, 01:49 AM   #15
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Any rough textured cookie yes We get Oreos here too, think the cookie itself may be too fine, they kinda melt in the mouth. Might go mushy.
Ginger nuts, chocolate coconut cookies like romany creams, oat cookies, Nutty cookies or pretty much any cookie with texture to it :)
We have Oreo ice cream. And those cookies stand up to the wetness of the ice cream pretty good. They are almost undestructable. Even dunking one in a cup of milk, and they keep their hardness.
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We have Oreo ice cream. And those cookies stand up to the wetness of the ice cream pretty good. They are almost undestructable. Even dunking one in a cup of milk, and they keep their hardness.
We've got oreo ice cream too and milkshake but you can try it. If it's chocolate mush you didn't get the recipe here
The rougher cookies just seems to bind with and soak up the cream well, it comes out like a baked pudding. I've made it once with caramel nutticrust cookies and it tasted like sticky toffee pudding
Woolworths make really good apple pie cookies, was thinking of trying that next with a few canned pie apples. Think that might be good too

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I'm not much of a cookie eater, but these looked like they would do alright in this recipe.
We shall see... they taste pretty good by their lonesome
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I may try this soon Snip, and I will go with your way of making it. I can see where the cookie used could make a big difference. I would bet that you are right about this. :)
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I'm not much of a cookie eater, but these looked like they would do alright in this recipe.
We shall see... they taste pretty good by their lonesome
Those cookies look great!
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I'm not much of a cookie eater, but these looked like they would do alright in this recipe.
We shall see... they taste pretty good by their lonesome
Perfect! Bet I would eat those before making the pudding Holding out my hand, pass me one would ya?
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Quick cookie pudding This is so easy you could hardly call it a recipe. Great for unexpected guest or lazy sunday dinners. This is noy a low cal pudding so stay far away if you're on a diet :lol: 2 pkts of Ginger Nut biscuits or Romany creams (any chunky cookie will do, nothing with a fine texture) 500 ml of cream 500ml of milk Roughly crush biscuits and place evenly in a buttered oven dish. Pour over the cream and milk mixed. Allow to stand for a few mins (15 mins or so ) Bake for 40 mins at 356 F or until set and all the liquid is absorbed. Serve with custard or vanilla ice cream. 3 stars 1 reviews
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