75 g leftover dessert, Christmas pudding, chocolate mousse, tart, torte or pie
1 scoop good-quality vanilla ice cream
1 shot good-quality hot espresso
1-2 amaretti biscuits
This is a quick fix pud that you can knock together in just 45 seconds. It's a nice little recipe to have up your sleeve if you need to rustle something up with no notice. It's also a fantastic way of bringing back to life any leftover puds you've got sitting in the fridge.
You can use cups, glasses or little bowls to make this pud. Spoon or crumble your leftover pudding into the bottom of each, then top with the scoop of ice cream and pour over the shot of espresso. If you're doing this for kids, you could use decaffeinated coffee. Bash and crunch up your amaretti biscuits, then scatter one or two over the top of each pud and tuck in!
Jamie's family Christmas 2013 Recipe
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