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Mix a Moose

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  1. yummy mummy

    yummy mummy Silver Member

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    Help - i have just tryed to make a mix amoose chocolate but its really runny, i used 150ml ofwaterwhat i says but i went likea glob so i added another 50ml, any idea why its still runny?
     
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  3. yummy mummy

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    ive just had another look and its turning wobbly maybe i did do it right just need to refridgerate for a bit longer, ha ha ha ha sorry!!!!!!!!!! what a bimbo i am
     
  4. Mamma_caz

    Mamma_caz Have a serene day!!

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    I picked up some Fruits of the Forest shakes last night, and I am going to try to make some rainbow mousses.

    I thought if I get some of those plastic dessert pots from Woolies and then make up a F of the F and split it between 6 of them, then the same again with a Choccy shake and perhaps a Vanilla shake and see what happens, I will let you know.

    xx
     
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    Hiya

    The more water you add, the less 'firm' it will be. I tend to use 150 ml that I have left in the fridge overnight so that it is chilled. Takes approx 30 mins to set so I make it and leave it for later. Hope it turns out ok for you :)
     
  6. yummy mummy

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    please do i want to experiment, these were on here the other day im gonna try them to

    You Need:
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    Fruit of the forest (optional)
    Cambridge Berrie drink
    Mix a moose

    Mix 1 desert spoon of choc pack with a dribble of water so it goes thick and line the bottom of a bowl. Freeze for 10 minutes. Then mix the rest of the choc pack or half fruit of the forest and half choc pack and then add 1/2 a teaspoon of berrie drink. Mix for 2 minutes solid. Add the mixture over the bowl (as above) freeze for 10 minutes. Wow it was good... you must try this.

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    Cheesecake
    Mix vanilla pack with 1/2 teaspoon of orange drink and mix a moose. Put in fridge for 10 minutes. Add nutmeg on the top. It is a cheesecake. Yummy!!

    hope you find these useful
     
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    Mamma_caz Have a serene day!!

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    Oh good, I will print these out and try them. Thanks I also put my 150ml in the fridge it seemed to work well.

    xx
     
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    I used to use about 200ml and whisk with a leccie hand blender, then split between 2 bowls, the strawberry one is Lush, just like angel delight!!
     
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    Now that's a good idea!!I'm going to try that!!
     
  10. Mamma_caz

    Mamma_caz Have a serene day!!

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    As I said I would, I tried a rainbow mousse over the weekend.

    I made a Fruits of the Forest and split it between 3 small dessert bowls, then did the same with a chocolate, then I made a Vanilla up a little thinner and split that to.

    Because the Vanilla was more like custard, the whole thing was like trifle and I have two more to look forward to this week.

    Yum!!
     
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    i might give that a try sounds yummy
     
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