3 tbsp Custard Powder
1 tbsp Organic Honey
2 1/2 Cups skim Milk
1 Teas Vanilla Extract
Pinch of Nutmeg (I didn't have any nutmeg so substituted Cinnamon)
Package of Frozen Unsweetened Raspberries, and Blueberries - I used 1 pkg RB's but Fresh Blueberries, and a few fresh raspberries )
6-7 Kiwi (I bought Kiwi but it wasn't ripe enough so I used fresh strawberries) Sliced for layering.
2 Pkg Italian Lady Fingers
Combine Custard Powder and honey in large saucepan and mix milk in slowly with wisk. Place on Medium heat and cook until it thickens, mixing constantly.
Place layer of Lady fingers on bottom, then sprinkle raspberry juice over them, some raspberries, blueberries, strawberries (or kiwi), cover with custard, then start again. I was able to make three layers.
Refrigerate. It's good for 3 days, if it lasts that long!
You can top with whipped cream and sprinkle fresh fruit on top, but it no longer qualifies as a *clean* dessert.
It was light an yummy -Served 10 - ALL loved it!
PandorasVise wrote:Sounds really good but what is custard powder?? Where do you find it?
Yes, we must get our beach bodies before July 4th! You can do it!ldematto wrote:Intensity is what I am looking for - I need to ramp up my workouts and get some results!! Wish me luck!
Boss Man wrote:ust never go on the Oxygen board though. That place busted four moderators, banned one, edited some of her stickies with full stops to remove all the info, then had a 500+ post discussion about what should and shouldn't have happened. Yeah as if anyone wants to see your ditry laundry airing in public.
ldematto wrote:Shapefit is the only place I need
Well it doesn't look like I'm going to be able to do that program (or any other one?!?) for the immediate future. My left leg (knee) is truly not right - the pain is on the upper part of the knee bend in back toward the outside, may be a ligament....there is referred pain in my foot/heel. Looks like I need to visit the doc~!
Boss Man wrote:Sounds like it could be Posterior Cruciate or the Lateral Collegiate.
swanso5 wrote:couldn't possibly diagnose that over the net
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