Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Heavenly Delight



The name says it! It's heavenly delicious. This 'melt-in-your-mouth' recipe was a hit when I had posted this on a recipe sharing group named Friends Cookys; 4 years ago.  I was in search of a name for this recipe, when one of my FB friends, Najiya Aziz, suggested this name.. Heavenly Delight.  The bottom layer of breads dipped in coffee, two layers of cream flavored with caramel and dreamwhip powder and a biscuits layer in between .. all together proved justice to the name. 


INGREDIENTS
(Prepared by Hanan)

White Bread                        a few pieces
Marie biscuits                      enough for the layer
Instant coffee                       3 tbsp
Creme-caramel sachet*.      1
Dream whip powder**.         1
Nestle tin cream                   2
Condensed milk                  1 tin
Gelatin                                 2 tsp
Sugar if required

1. Prepare strong black coffee with 2 cups water, 3 tbsp coffee and the caramel sachet (inside the Creme-caramel pack). Let it cool down.


2. Take a small pudding tray and keep it aside.

3. Dip bread in this coffee and then strain the coffee out by pressing in between your palms.

Layer this in the pudding tray.

4. Beat 1 nestle cream, dream whip powder & 1/2 condensed milk in a bowl.

5. In another bowl, beat the other nestle cream, remaining half of the condensed milk,caramel powder & sugar if required.

Keep both these bowls aside.

6. Dissolve gelatin in hot water (not boiling) & add half of this to both the bowls. Mix well.

7. Pour the first cream mixture on top of the bread layer.


8. T
hen layer biscuits dipped in coffee on top of that.

9. Then pour the next cream mixture.
let it set in refrigerator and serve cold.



*Instant Creme Caramel pack is used here. Two sachets are available inside the pack;one is caramel sachet and the other is Creme sachet. Both are used separately in this recipe. 

** Dreamwhip is whipping powder. You can use any brand. No need to whip first.Only the powders are used.

28 comments:

  1. Wow!! This looks really heavenly.. Super delish dear..

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  2. the name is apt for it,its heavenly only

    ReplyDelete
  3. Oh that is really a HEAVEN..... looks at clicks...will just melt in our mouth.. i remember this photo of yours.. i think you have posted the recipe in FB early... incredible and thank for your lovely comments on my blog.. do keep in touch...

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. oh..yeah!! posted this years ago.. bt i was not so happy with the picture and hence delayed :)

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  4. I am from Bangalore, don't know where to get the dream whip powder, is it different from the normal whipping cream or powder

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    Replies
    1. it's a non-diary whipping cream.. I 've no idea about the brands available in India.. but you can give it a try as the purpose here is to give little sweetness and flavor

      Delete
  5. my goodness , that looks so inviting, want to grab one of those spoons and just dive in :)

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  6. wow..really it s heavenly delight dear

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  7. wow delicious, love all the clicks dear.....

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  8. OMg... Its interesting and superb click... must be very delicious...

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  9. Heu memories of frndscookys jst flashed thru my mind... Was wonderful groupe.. and by thé way this looks delicious....

    ReplyDelete
  10. Oh god! it looks awesome!! beautiful recipe and clicks...love it!

    ReplyDelete
  11. That does sound like heaven. Will try it soon.

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  12. wow! the name of this dessert says it all...yes,this is heavenly!

    ReplyDelete
  13. Thanks for linking me the Recipe plus hasna this amazing delight is so mouth watering dear.. coffee condensed milk cream marie o my Goodness this must tasted like heaven .. truly agree with the title

    ReplyDelete
  14. Hi dear! Hope u r doing well! Wanted to invite u to my very 1st event Back to School Lunch Ideas :) Ur participation will be mostt welcomed :)

    ReplyDelete
  15. looks so tempting ! with very interesting ingredients ! bookmarked :)

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  16. Very elegant and super delicious delight, love to finish that whole glass.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Wonderful clicks yaa!! loving it!!

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  18. hi,any substitute for dream whip - you have mentioned -1, is it tsp, tbsp, pkt/sachet, not sure how it is sold. Probably in India it is sold in bulk, if at all. pl reply-thks in advance, would like to clarify and then try it out.

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  19. any sub for dream whip- i do not get it around here- what does 1 mean - 1 pkt, 1 tsp, 1 tbsp? pl reply, would like to try! thnks

    ReplyDelete
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Wednesday, 20 August 2014

Heavenly Delight



The name says it! It's heavenly delicious. This 'melt-in-your-mouth' recipe was a hit when I had posted this on a recipe sharing group named Friends Cookys; 4 years ago.  I was in search of a name for this recipe, when one of my FB friends, Najiya Aziz, suggested this name.. Heavenly Delight.  The bottom layer of breads dipped in coffee, two layers of cream flavored with caramel and dreamwhip powder and a biscuits layer in between .. all together proved justice to the name. 


INGREDIENTS
(Prepared by Hanan)

White Bread                        a few pieces
Marie biscuits                      enough for the layer
Instant coffee                       3 tbsp
Creme-caramel sachet*.      1
Dream whip powder**.         1
Nestle tin cream                   2
Condensed milk                  1 tin
Gelatin                                 2 tsp
Sugar if required

1. Prepare strong black coffee with 2 cups water, 3 tbsp coffee and the caramel sachet (inside the Creme-caramel pack). Let it cool down.


2. Take a small pudding tray and keep it aside.

3. Dip bread in this coffee and then strain the coffee out by pressing in between your palms.

Layer this in the pudding tray.

4. Beat 1 nestle cream, dream whip powder & 1/2 condensed milk in a bowl.

5. In another bowl, beat the other nestle cream, remaining half of the condensed milk,caramel powder & sugar if required.

Keep both these bowls aside.

6. Dissolve gelatin in hot water (not boiling) & add half of this to both the bowls. Mix well.

7. Pour the first cream mixture on top of the bread layer.


8. T
hen layer biscuits dipped in coffee on top of that.

9. Then pour the next cream mixture.
let it set in refrigerator and serve cold.



*Instant Creme Caramel pack is used here. Two sachets are available inside the pack;one is caramel sachet and the other is Creme sachet. Both are used separately in this recipe. 

** Dreamwhip is whipping powder. You can use any brand. No need to whip first.Only the powders are used.

28 comments:

  1. Wow!! This looks really heavenly.. Super delish dear..

    ReplyDelete
  2. the name is apt for it,its heavenly only

    ReplyDelete
  3. Oh that is really a HEAVEN..... looks at clicks...will just melt in our mouth.. i remember this photo of yours.. i think you have posted the recipe in FB early... incredible and thank for your lovely comments on my blog.. do keep in touch...

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. oh..yeah!! posted this years ago.. bt i was not so happy with the picture and hence delayed :)

      Delete
  4. I am from Bangalore, don't know where to get the dream whip powder, is it different from the normal whipping cream or powder

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. it's a non-diary whipping cream.. I 've no idea about the brands available in India.. but you can give it a try as the purpose here is to give little sweetness and flavor

      Delete
  5. my goodness , that looks so inviting, want to grab one of those spoons and just dive in :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. wow..really it s heavenly delight dear

    ReplyDelete
  7. wow delicious, love all the clicks dear.....

    ReplyDelete
  8. OMg... Its interesting and superb click... must be very delicious...

    ReplyDelete
  9. Heu memories of frndscookys jst flashed thru my mind... Was wonderful groupe.. and by thé way this looks delicious....

    ReplyDelete
  10. Oh god! it looks awesome!! beautiful recipe and clicks...love it!

    ReplyDelete
  11. That does sound like heaven. Will try it soon.

    ReplyDelete
  12. wow! the name of this dessert says it all...yes,this is heavenly!

    ReplyDelete
  13. Thanks for linking me the Recipe plus hasna this amazing delight is so mouth watering dear.. coffee condensed milk cream marie o my Goodness this must tasted like heaven .. truly agree with the title

    ReplyDelete
  14. Hi dear! Hope u r doing well! Wanted to invite u to my very 1st event Back to School Lunch Ideas :) Ur participation will be mostt welcomed :)

    ReplyDelete
  15. looks so tempting ! with very interesting ingredients ! bookmarked :)

    ReplyDelete
  16. Very elegant and super delicious delight, love to finish that whole glass.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Wonderful clicks yaa!! loving it!!

    ReplyDelete
  18. hi,any substitute for dream whip - you have mentioned -1, is it tsp, tbsp, pkt/sachet, not sure how it is sold. Probably in India it is sold in bulk, if at all. pl reply-thks in advance, would like to clarify and then try it out.

    ReplyDelete
  19. any sub for dream whip- i do not get it around here- what does 1 mean - 1 pkt, 1 tsp, 1 tbsp? pl reply, would like to try! thnks

    ReplyDelete