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Get the kids in the kitchen to help make this very easy summer dessert.

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  • Gwenda Darling

    I make my own icecream. Beat 600 ml cream and when thick add a tin condensed milk.
    I add whatever I want according to the Occassion. Yesterday was passionfruit as they are so cheap at the moment.
    Crushed old cold mints chocolate is lovely for an adult desert.
    For this one I would ad crunchie bars or snickers.
    Thanks for the great idea about the patty cases.ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      I’m jealous Gwenda, passionfruits are always so expensive here. Your recipe sounds delicious!ReplyCancel

  • Sallyann

    Wow, how easy!!! Thank you, I know what my kids can make to take to the Aussie Day BBQ we are heading to.ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Clever idea Sallyann, sprinkle with some crushed lamington for a twist!!ReplyCancel

  • I need this dessert ASAP! So easy to make and looks so deliciousReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      they are so easy Denise, hope you enjoy.ReplyCancel

I have a weakness, I love anything Salted Caramel. This Salted Caramel Sauce is super easy, can be made within minutes and ooh so good. Pour over ice-cream or pudding for a sweet dessert.

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  • Oh this looks delicious and so easy xxReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      Nicole, it really is. And oh so addictive too.:)ReplyCancel

  • Jan

    what is a thermo mix?ReplyCancel

  • Jean

    ooh wow, this is a weakness of mine too, I usually buy it from the local markets, I’m going to have to make my own now, thank you!ReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      I used to as well, Jean. But i have to say this recipe has so much more flavour.:)ReplyCancel

  • Leanne

    You had me at Salted Caramel. I love anything salted caramel, probably anything salted, but yum, over icecream it is my happy place.ReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      Yes i am with you on this on too, Leanne! So so good.:)ReplyCancel

  • Jen

    Must try. Have you tried Tenina’s salted caramel ice cream? Just devineReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      Oh no i haven’t Jen but is sounds good. I’ll keep my eye out for it.:)ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer

    Thanks Kat! I made a double batch & added extra cream, 600ml in the
    Double recipe to make it runny. Ideal, made 6 mini vintage milk bottles for gifts.ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      ooh yum, sounds delicious, I would love anything salted caramel for Christmas, I’d be one happy gal!!ReplyCancel

This delicious stewed Rhubarb with Apple and Strawberries recipe is a great dessert for baby, toddler, kids and adults, serve with custard.

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Ever since my kids were toddlers they have always had a tub of yoghurt or some custard and tinned fruit for dessert most nights.  Before having my thermomix I used to buy custard already made, but now it’s really easy to make.  I have a few custard recipes I like to make (see below), but this has […]

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  • Simple vanilla custard is just the best! Ooh I can’t wait to try your Thermomix version. I love pouring a bit of custard over fresh fruit… or a chocolate self saucing pudding (but that’s a bit naughtier!!).ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      LOL i do agree with you Lucy! So so good over fresh fruit.:)ReplyCancel

  • Nancy

    Hi Kat, how long will this custard last in the fridge?ReplyCancel

  • Kate - Kat's Assistant

    Hi Nancy, i would keep it for around 3 days. It doesn’t last long in our house.:)ReplyCancel

Can’t say anything more about this Toblerone Cheesecake recipe than YUM!  Chocolate, cream cheese and topped with toblerone, YUM! For a regular recipe, you can’t go past the original Toblerone Cheesecake recipe from Philadelphia.com.au. Ingredients: 1 cup plain chocolate biscuit crumbs 80g butter, melted 1/4 cup ground almonds 500g block PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, softened 1/2 cup […]

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  • Vonni

    Hi Katrina. I no longer receive your daily emails. Are you not doing those anymore? They stopped around a week ago.ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Hi Vonni, Hmm that is strange! Ok if you could please click on your last daily email you received and then click through to the blog it should recogonise that you still would like to see the daily emails and hopefully it will start working again for you.ReplyCancel

  • Oh stop!! I am drooling right now. Cheesecake is one of my all-time favourite desserts… and don’t even get me started on how much I love Toblerone! Cant wait to try your recipe out. :-)ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Ooh it is so addictive, Lucy!.:) It is really hard to stop at one piece Lol xReplyCancel

  • Made a Toblerone cheesecake for Fathers Day using your method but slightly different ingredients to make a baked version. Yum!!!ReplyCancel

This Easter Dessert is so very easy to make and those that eat it wouldn’t realise it only took you minutes to make!

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  • Natkatlark

    Yum! Chocolate Ripple Cake was one of our most frequent birthday cake requests as kids.ReplyCancel

  • UK-KIWI

    A friend of mine made an ‘adult’ version of this; using Griffins Chocolate Chippy Bikkies and dunking them in a liqueur before spreading cream on them!ReplyCancel

  • […] Choc Ripple Cake som den kallas hos the Organized Housewife varifrån receptet kommer ifrån. Skulle gjorts till påsk men oj vad vi föråt oss på påsktårtan då. Hur som […]ReplyCancel

  • […] Easter link- my girls are always on the lookout for a great desert for Easter lunch at my parents- This is this […]ReplyCancel

  • Kate

    Back in the dinner party days this was an easy and cheats desert.

    Dip Gingernuts in sherry put together with cream, lay flat cover

    with more cream and hunks of Chocolate Flakes, add a bowl of

    Rasberries, sooo good.ReplyCancel

    • Victoria

      The ginger nut in sherry sound so good going to try that for sure!!ReplyCancel

      • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

        Very yummy indeed, Victoria.:)ReplyCancel

  • Linda

    My mum used to make a similar one with the cookies dipped in coffee before laying flat and covering with cream. Several layers and cover the edges before chilling. I like the way yours are stacked though, looks good when it’s cut!ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Ooh sounds lovely dipped in coffee!.:)ReplyCancel

I have lost count now how many years I have made this Kahulua Hazelnut Ice-Cream cake, so many times. When I host Christmas Day lunch or dinner at my home THIS IS OUR CHRISTMAS DESSERT.  It’s really refreshing after a big Christmas feast.  As it has kahlua in it it is of course not suitable […]

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  • This looks soon good.
    I love Kahulua, although I rarely have it in the house as I tend to end up drinking it as a digestif!!!??!! Oops.
    I am not hosting Christmas this year, but my parents arrive for an extended stay in January so I will definitely have it on the list for whilst they are here. Pinning this to my Pinterest food boards.
    Yum xReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Claire, It is soooo yummy!.:) We love having it every Christmas. I hope your family enjoys it as much as we do.:)ReplyCancel

  • Megan

    I bet this would be good with frangelico!ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Ooh yes that does sound nice, Megan!ReplyCancel

  • Hannah

    Katrina, I made this for a Christmas party and it was an absolutely roaring success. The whole thing was demolished in minutes, and my extended family has requested it become an annual inclusion on the table. Thank you very much!ReplyCancel

Thank you to my friend Maria for sharing this Vanilla Panna Cotta recipe, served with some red berries this would make a lovely christmas dessert. The Panna Cotta is drizzled with Maria’s special Roar Living Plum Pudding Cordial. Roar Living 100% Natural Cordial No Nasties, all manufactured in Australia using Australian produce, without any additives nor preservatives. […]

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  • Melody Pekarek Ambler

    Hi- I love your site and the tips, but don’t seem to be able to pin them. Is there any way, or is that not to be done? That’s fine if that’s the way you have it set up; just some things, like recipes, ideas, etc you don’t want to have to hand copy! Thank you so much!!ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Hi Melody, Ooh thank you.:) Yes you can pin them, if you select the P where the icons are for social media you can then select which image you want to pin. I just tried it and it worked.:)ReplyCancel

I was catching up with friends recently and we were all asked to bring a plate, which I love doing as it helps the hostess.  My friend Cathy made the most delicious chocolate dip, served with fruit.  The kids and adults all loved it, we gobbled it up very quickly.  This is a great bring a […]

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  • Catherine

    Can anyone clarify what is thickened cream? In the UK we have single, double and whipping cream?? Thanks xReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      Catherine, yes it is the same as your whipping cream.:)ReplyCancel

  • could you use plain Greek yoghurt instead thickened creamReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      Lanette i have never tried but i can’t see any reason why not.:)ReplyCancel

  • Gemma

    Another great option is cream cheese made into a slightly sweetened dip. I recently did powdered sugar and lemon, but the options are numerous: honey or maple syrup, cinnamon or even a delicate amount of cardamon would be nice. Served with fruit and ginger biscuits it went down like a treat!ReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      Lanette i have never tried but i can’t see any reason why not.:)ReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      Oh i like the sound of using cream cheese, great idea Gemma!ReplyCancel

  • Natalie

    I’m not a fan of microwave cooking. If I did on the stove in a saucepan would I just put all ingredients in and stir until melted and combined?ReplyCancel

Last week I helped Jo from Quirky Cooking admin her facebook page.  I really enjoyed learning about so many fantastic new recipes.  I’ve nearly had my thermomix a year now and know that I still have so much to learn.  Jo shares many healthy recipes, naturally sweetened and a variety of gluten and dairy free, all […]

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  • Vanessa

    I wonder if you could mention when a recipe is Thermomix? I often click through something that looks really yummy only to find it’s for Thermomix only – gutted!ReplyCancel

    • Katrina - The Organised Housewife

      That’s understandable Vanessa, I have been trying latey to ensure I add in a regular and thermomix recipe when I do share a thermomix recipe, its these old ones that don’t have both.ReplyCancel

  • Amanda

    this is amazing!!! thanks so much for sharing :)ReplyCancel

    • Kate - Kat's Assistant

      It is so yummy, Amanda! We all love it.:)ReplyCancel