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#1 Old 02-02-2017, 10:34 PM
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Cool Best thing for a dessert

We're having company for dinner tomorrow, and I asked what I could bring for dessert. I'm torn between cookie dough truffles and Triple Chocolate Fat Pants cake. Which one should I do??

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cake. definitely cake.
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I did it. I went chocolate chip cookie chocolate layer cake, with a chocolate chip cookie cake (I hope this makes sense) as the center layer.

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coffe cake is the best dessert ever
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I really like semolina in the evening. It's a very old fashioned nursery pudding, a bit like a fine sweet porridge.

Semolina is course-ground wheat (a bit like ground polenta), you cook it with milk and sugar in a saucepan - any plant milk will do - and flavour it with ground nutmeg.



Like rice pudding, it's also nice topped with some jam.

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I really like semolina in the evening. It's a very old fashioned nursery pudding, a bit like a fine sweet porridge.

Semolina is course-ground wheat (a bit like ground polenta), you cook it with milk and sugar in a saucepan - any plant milk will do - and flavour it with ground nutmeg.



Like rice pudding, it's also nice topped with some jam.

We call it Cream of Wheat or Malt o Meal in the US and eat it for breakfast. Wouldn't take it for dessert anywhere, but I do like it. Recently tried a pumpkin and maple syrup version around the holidays. I think raspberry or blackberry preserves sound nice on it I'll have to try it.

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#8 Old 02-09-2017, 03:57 AM
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Semolina/cream of wheat/farian is common for sweets in Indian recipes. I had a hare Krishna cookbook that had many.
I always check the iron added, many are as high as 50% fyi
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coffe cake is the best dessert ever
This is very true. It should be written in stone somewhere...

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