I know it’s a bit cold at the moment for barbecuing, but this is a great marinade for pork chops and you can always grill or pan fry them until the weather warms up a bit.
I like the idea of these puddings as you could prepare them up to the baking stage and then put them in the oven just before you’re ready for dessert. If you don’t like using tinned pears you could poach some fresh pears. I think might actually be really nicer.
It looks like Mum cut this recipe from the back of a packet of CSR brown sugar. It’s certainly one for those with a sweet tooth…………….
This recipe was published 20 years ago in the Women’s Weekly, the lazy way to make it now would just be to use Oreo biscuits, although the making it with unbaked dough would give it a different texture. Your choice!
This is one of those old recipes that our mothers made from what they had in the cupboard. Nothing fancy, just cocoa, butter, weetbix, coconut, flour and brown sugar. A cheap easy slice that the kids loved. 4 ozs = 125g
My experience of these type of coffee cakes is that they don’t last long. Firstly, they taste good and get eaten quickly and secondly they dry out and can’t be kept more than a day or so. Not sure if there’s anything French about them, but I do know it’s the topping that makes them so good.
This recipe comes from the back of a 1970s White Wings Plain Flour packet so you need to do some metric conversions. 1oz = 30ml, 2oz = 60ml and the pan size converts to a 15cm tin. Enjoy!!
I was looking for a nice warming winter dessert when I found this recipe. It’s probably best served cold, but it might work warm or at least not straight out of the fridge.