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5 or 6 ginger biscuits

A tin of sliced pears

200ml double cream

Chocolate sprinkles (any dessert that has these must be fun!)

Cocoa powder to dust

Mum's ginger pudding

preparation 2 mins • you cook for 9 mins •

Serves 2

Watch a 30 second preview of my cook-along video below

 

My Mum has been making this dessert for as long as I can remember. Christmas, Easter & birthdays, ginger pudding would be there. It's so quick and easy and so tasty - a great alternative to chocolate. This pud can be made in larger quantities as you would a trifle, but I quite like the individual 80's martini glasses!

Large mixing bowl

Electric whisk

Martini glasses to serve

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Before you start, have everything out, plug in your whisk and click here!

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Firstly add the double cream to your mixing bowl and whisk for about 1 minute until the cream has doubled in size but is still just pourable.

Next take your glass and it's a simple case of layering the biscuits, the pears and the cream. So starting with the ginger biscuit, roughly break it in your hands and add a little to the bottom of the glass. Next take a piece of pear and slice it before placing a slice on top of the biscuit. Next pour about a teaspoon of the pear juice on top before adding a layer of double cream.

Repeat the process so break a layer of biscuit, add the pear, juice and a layer of cream. Keep doing this until you've filled both glasses! See how easy it is! Finally dust with a little cocoa powder and then cover with chocolate sprinkles and you're done!

I hope that you enjoy it, but I've a feeling you will!

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