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rum and chocolate trifle

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Serves 8

A delicious treat ant time of the year but i reserve them for christmas

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  • 4 doble choc muffins
  • 3 tbspn dark rum
  • 1 pkt orange jelly
  • 1 pint of double cream
  • 1 bar of high cocoa dark chocolate
  • 4 tbspns of custard powder
  • 4 tbspns of sugar
  • 2 tbspns cocoa powder
  • 1 tin of mandarin oranges
  • 1 chocolate orange
  • 1 pint semi skimmed milk


    1. break chocolate into squares and melt in microwave for 3 to 4 minutes
    2. heat half of the double cream untill not quite boiling and combine with melted chocolate. allow to cool for 10 - 15 minutes.
    3. pour cream and chocolate into the bottom of a trifle bowl and break 2 of the muffins over the top.
    4. pour the rum over the muffins. make orange jelly and allow to almost set in fridge
    5. Add the orange jelly to trifle bowl . using a little milk combine sugar cocoa and custard powder.
    6. Put remaining milk on to heat , just befor boiling add to combined powder and stir vigorously before returning to heat to thicken. Allow to cool.
    7. When cool , break remaining muffins and add to custard. Pour over jelly.
    8. Whisk remaining cream untill thick and swirl over custard and add mandarins and chocolate orange for decoration

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