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Old 10-10-2012, 02:34 AM   #1
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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

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.

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Snip, that sounds so bad but so nice...very indulgent
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Snip, that sounds so bad but so nice...very indulgent
Thanks Kylie :) This is far from a diet recipe but it is surprisingly good and easy to throw together for unexpected visitors!
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What are Romany creams?
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What are Romany creams?

Romany Creams

These are Romany creams :)
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How much liquid would you say you pour over the crushed cookies? Just enough to cover?
I think I'm going to try to make some single serving sizes of this.
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How much liquid would you say you pour over the crushed cookies? Just enough to cover?
I think I'm going to try to make some single serving sizes of this.
Just enough to cover would be perfect Pac :) Just don't crush them finely, just roughly with your hands.
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Romany Creams

These are Romany creams :)
Thanks Snip. They look yummy. So chocolate sandwich cookies with chocolate creme. Yum yum.
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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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