Here’s another creation using leftover cake, plums, strawberries and custard. As I do not like to waste food, I have made use of leftovers and turned it to something new and looks beautiful that I can called it my own.
This is similar to all my pudding that don’t need to bake. It’s easy, quick, simple creation and colourful dessert that even a child can make. For children instead of liqueur the child can use orange juice or hot coffee. Let them try to create something like this. Give them some interest to make, that the children can make when they are older.
I have attached the link for plum olive oil cake at the bottom. My creation pudding is for one, make more if you are making for more. It’s delicious, creative and beautiful. Let’s make it!!!
12 pieces of plum olive oil cake, divide
4-6 strawberries cut up, divide
4 small plums, remove seeds and cut to bite size, divide
3-5 Tbs plum liqueur, divide
2 Tbs dark brown sugar
2 Tbs cranberry sauce
1 Tsp vanilla extract
a pinch of nutmeg (OPT)
Put brown sugar, 1 Tbs plum liqueur, vanilla extract and drizzle honey in pot on hob. Add half of strawberries and plum in and let them soften a bit and mixed with sugar mixture for about 2 minutes or so until sugar dissolved. Set aside to cool until needed.
In a deep plate, place all plum cake and drizzle 4 Tbs plum liqueur over it to soak a bit. Then gently press in at the bottom of the glass so they are tightly on the bottom. Now spoon the fruits mixture with 1 to 2 Tbs caramelised syrup on top of it.
Followed by some strawberries and plums, then pour the custard on top. Repeat with another layer of cake, the fruits mixture with caramelised syrup on top. Then the remaining strawberries and plums. Refrigerate for about 30 minutes or 1 hour. Just before serving scoop a scoop of ice cream over the top. Serve immediately. Enjoy!!!
Note: You can make your own custard instead of using readymade like I did. You can use any liqueur of your choice. You can use only plums instead of both like I did. You can add whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles.
My plum olive oil cake recipe: https://helenscchin.com/2021/12/20/plum-olive-oil-cake/
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