This is makes a great dessert served warm or cold with lashings of cream or ice cream.
The only part of this recipe that I’m unsure of is the packet of hearty beef soup. It does say you can substitute a can of condensed hearty beef soup, but I’m not sure that beef stock and extra vegetables, carrots or celery, mightn’t be a better way to go.
These are a slight twist on ordinary rock cakes. The addition of peanut butter gives them a lovely nutty flavour. It’s another treat that would be good in the lunch box.
We’ve been eating Mum’s Golden Syrup Dumplings for many, many years and I’ve already posted her recipe for them, but this is the first time I’ve seen a recipe for Raspberry Dumplings. It looks like it would work OK, it’s pretty much the same batter just with a jelly and jam sauce. I can just imagine the lovely pink that the sauce would go mixed with cream or ice cream. I know my pink loving granddaughter would think it wonderful.
I guess you could also classify this as a minestrone soup. It has a lot less vegetables, but that actually makes it quicker to make – a lot less chopping. I like the taste of this one, the kidney beans, bacon and tomato soup I think go well together.
A friend was giving lemons away this morning, so it seems like a good time to share this recipe. The filling is a coconut lemon curd and sounds yummy. I also like the idea that you can freeze any leftovers, if there are any that is!!
These would be great at a party or to have with drinks before dinner. However you serve them, they’re quick, easy and tasty.