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January 27, 2014

English Toffee Liqueur Creams

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These English Toffee Liqueur Creams are so creamy and delicious, I really would not mind having one every day.

The smallest dessert spoons are recommended to eat these as you would want to savour each and every bite !

You can make this a day in advance and add the cream topping half an hour before serving.


The cream topping is not a stiff topping {because of the added liqueur}, but the silky texture is delicious with the set Creams.

ENGLISH TOFFEE LIQUEUR CREAMS

4 - 6 small desserts

2 Eggs, separated
3 TB Caster Sugar
1 1/2 cups Milk
1/2 t Vanilla
Pinch Salt
1 TB Plain Gelatin
5 TB Old English Toffee Cream Liqueur
1/2 cup Fresh Cream  {double cream/whipping cream}
Chocolate Sprinkles, to decorate

1.) Beat together the Egg Yolks and the Caster Sugar in a medium mixing bowl.
2.) Heat the Milk and Vanilla until just warm in a small saucepan over low heat - pour over the Egg/Caster Sugar and quickly whisk to combine - pour back into the saucepan.
3.) Stir continuously until thick - remove from heat and keep aside.
4.) Place 3 TB of the Liqueur in a small bowl - sprinkle over the Gelatin - leave until soft - microwave 10 - 15 seconds until the Gelatin has dissolved.
5.) Whisk in the Gelatin with the custard - transfer to a mixing bowl and let cool.
6.) Meanwhile beat the Egg Whites and the Salt together until stiff - fold gently into the custard mixture until combined - pour into serving glasses, leaving enough space for the cream topping.
7.) Chill the custards 1 - 2 hours.
8.) Beat together the remaining Liqueur with the Cream - as thick as you can get it { the cream will only be slightly thicker } - top each dessert with the Cream and decorate with Chocolate sprinkles - chill another 30 minutes before serving.

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17 comments:

  1. ooh nice, I love english toffee its the best. I seriously wonder how you manage to make so many desserts I am such a lazy cook

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  2. Holy smokes!! Those look awesome! I have never heard of English Toffee Cream Liqueur. Who makes it???

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  3. Linda - these look fantastic!
    I'm not familiar with the taste, but I can assure you I'm going to LOVE it

    P.s - the blog looks wonderful! I didn't know you had this one as well.

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  4. These I will definitely be making. I love a dessert that is pretty, tastes good and is relatively simple to make!

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  5. Oh my goodness...I looooove toffee so this would be perfect for me! Thanks for sharing - can't wait to try it out!

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  6. This sounds fabulous, Linda! I need to try this!

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  7. They looks absolutely delicious! I'd love for you to share this on Worthwhile Wednesdays @ http://thecraftiestallie.blogspot.com/2014/01/2-worthwhile-wednesdays-link-party.html
    Thanks,
    Allie

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  8. Looks amazing,Linda!I'll try to prepare it!Thanks for recipe!
    hugs

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  9. I am positive I would love this! I love English Toffee Anything~ Lynn @ Turnips 2 Tangerines
    Thanks for sharing at the Four Seasons Blog Hop~

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  10. Visiting from your link on Happiness is Homemade - these look beautiful and I am sure I would love this!

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  11. These look AMAZING! I love creamy desserts and English Toffee flavored anything makes me swoon.

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  12. This looks and sounds amazing!!

    Thanks for linking up at Tell Me About It Tuesday. We hope you hop over and share with us again this week. (Sorry for the late comment!)

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  13. Look amazing!! Thanks for linking up at Take it on Tuesday!
    ~ Betsy @ Romance on a dime

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  14. So beautiful and elegant, Linda. I like that they can be made ahead. Thank you for linking.

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