Wednesday, 23 October 2013

The Blob

Here's Lookin' at you kid!
Fun treats for family dinners or
Halloween Parties
can easily be whipped up in the
Bellini Kitchen Master

This cappuccino custard was made
in minutes and  the process wasn't
(pun intended)
Custards are usually for experienced cooks.
It takes quite a bit of practice before you can master the smooth texture of custards.
Even with experience the best of us have had to sieve a lumpy mess.
With the Bellini Kitchen Master
I added the following ingredients and walked away!
Usually you have to stand their and stir, stir, stir so you don't get the mixture scorching or sticking to the bottom.
If that happens you have to start all over again because you have scorched the thickener and then the custard will not set.
Not only did I reduce the amount of eggs with this machine but I literally walked away to do other household chores and came back when the timer
sorry, can't help myself
Cappuccino Custard
Drop into the stainless steel bowl with blades.
1 cup cappuccino flavoured soy milk
1 cup milk + 1 tbsp. instant coffee + 3 tbsp. sugar
1 tsp. vanilla extract
1 lg. egg
1 tbsp. flour
Lock on the lid, remove the cap
for 15min @ 100c on speed 3
makes slightly more than 1 cup of custard

*Stove Top: Place all ingredients in a small sauce pot on med. high heat. Whisk until mixture becomes thick, approx. 10-15 min. Sieve through a fine mesh strainer to remove any lumps. Prepare as below directions*

The Blob
 1 Cappuccino Custard recipe
8 Oreo cookies, crushed
1/4 cup red jam or pie filling
cool whip
2 egg shaped chocolates sliced in half
2 slivers green or red maraschino cherries
Place 1 tbsp. of crushed cookie into the bottom of 2 parfait glasses. Add a large dollop of custard over top. Drizzle 1 tbsp. red jam or filling overtop.
Layer a spoonful of cool whip, spread to edges.
Continue layering, topping with cool whip and sprinkling with cookie crumbs.
Place the slivers of cherries into the center of the chocolate and place on top of the parfait, close together.
Have a spooktacular day!



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