Hi guys. I wanted to share with you one of my favourite dessert recipes. Really easy to make, no cooking!! Excellent for any time of the year but especially over the festive season. I have included the recipe below.
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CHRISTMAS CHOC CHERRY LOG (Makes 2 Rolls)
1 x 250g packet Arnotts Choc Ripples
2 Cadbury Flake Bars
2 Tablespoons Tawny Port (or any liqueur of choice)
1 cup roughly chopped (or halved) pitted cherries
Reserve 1 to 1 1/2 cups cherry juice to thicken before serving
600ml thickened cream
1 tablespoon caster sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
In a bowl, whip cream together with caster sugar and vanilla extract. Set aside.
Roughly chop 1 cup pitted cherries (cut them in half if you don't like them chopped up too small) Set aside in cup or small bowl. Reserve juice.
Place choc ripples on a large plate and brush with port or liqueur of choice.
Begin assembling log/roll by placing a little cream on tray and then covering each piece of choc ripple with cream. Place a small amount (around a teaspoon) on one side of each creamed choc ripple. Continue assembling until you have used around 10 to 12 choc ripples per log/roll.
Once assembled, and with remaining cream, completely cover logs. Sprinkle with crumbled flake bars (or roughly chopped chocolate of choice). Cover and refrigerate overnight.
Before serving the next day, thicken cherry juice with a couple of tablespoons of corn flour made into a paste with a little water. Place juice in saucepan over low to medium heat. When warm to hot, add corn flour paste and stir until thick. You can serve this over the roll while the thickened juice is still warm, or you can set aside and cool a little first.
***Substitute the cherries and port for dried apricots soaked in brandy for a few hours*** I have not tried this combination as yet, but will do over the christmas period so I will get back to everyone and let you know how it went down. :)