Feed Your Family For £20...In A Hurry! The Cookbook
00Lemon Cheesecake-no bakeA yummy combination of ginger biscuits and lemon flavours make this a creamy no bake dessert that is so easy to do. Your only problem will be leaving it to set in the fridge without delving into it. Shop bought cheesecake is lovely but can it be bland. With this you can make it for your tastes, so as I love lemon, I added extra because, well...it's for me! I also used the lighter mascarpone to see what difference it made to the recipe and apart from a softer set there was no difference in taste.As mentioned this is a softer whipped cheesecake but that's part of its charm I think, as is the rough edges which you can smooth over if you wish.. I did all of this by hand-no processor or mixer as I wanted to see how truly easy it was. If you have a mixer etc that's fine but I realise not everyone does. My cake tin was being used elsewhere so I had to improvise with another and use some baking paper to enable it come out easily-hence the rough edges. You can use this recipe and the step by step instructions as a guide and tailor it to suit you and your families tastes. Why not give it a try and let us know how you get on.
00Halogen baked Rhubarb & Apple CrumbleRhubarb(maincrop) is really only available in the shops for about 3 months of the year so take advantage of it and make this family friendly recipe. There's so many flavours sensations going on when you taste this as the fruit is sweet yet tart and the crumble is chewy yet crumbly. Its reminiscent of summer days and can be served topped with ice cream,custard,fresh cream or yoghurt. Why not make your own and let us know how it differs to shop bought which I find can be bland and overly sweet.My memories of rhubarb is dipping it in a bowl of sugar whilst sitting on the stairs with my best friend when I was a child.
00PalmiersSweet treats that are very more-ish
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