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Help, kitchen disaster....

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    Going to a quiz night tomorrow and was tasked with making profiteroles only oven not up to it and temp all over the place so have small soggy yorkshire pudding choux buns!!! Out all day tomorrow so any ideas for a quick, easy and impressive dessert I can take on a plate???? The theme is balck and white and I have loads of cream and chocolate in the fridge but will buy anything needed. BTW I will be the only Brit there so don't want to let the side down. Now going to clean a very messy kitchen..AAAARRRGGGHH.....

     

    Thanks

     

    Joanne

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    Guest Roo1

    I'm no good at things like that either. How about a kebab (skewer kind) for the kids. Put white marshmellows and chocolate buttons on or any other kind of sweet in the colours you need.

    Not exactly "impressive" but at least you won't turn up empty handed and your nerves will be intact.......bonus!!!

     

    Judi x

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    Places like Coles and Foodland especially that Foodland in Frewville usually sell Profiterole cases ready made in a large packet.They are Italian,but not too pricey. Choux pastry is always temperamentaland has always letme down when really needed!

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    Guest xhaylesx

    woolies do profiteroles, cheap too. buy em discard the packet and pass them off as your own! lol

     

    have fun.

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    Guest caoimhe

    Kind of Tiramisu

     

    You need a shallow dish, any shape but rectangle is easiest

    Chocolate chip cookies (double chocolate type the nicest)

    Frest Cream

    Tia Maria or Kaluaha

    Chocolate

     

    Take each cookie and dip in Tia Maria, place a layer in the dish then spread a thin layer of whipped fresh cream on top. Do a 2nd layer of the cookies dipped in Tia Maria and a 2nd layer of fresh cream then grate chocolate on top and leave in fridge overnight - No oven needed and really impressive and gorgeous:jiggy:

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    Guest MR&MRSC

    How about, fruit kebabs and melted chocolate drizzled on them.

     

    Have fun.

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