|Cookery for the Hospitality Industry|
|by Graham Dodgshun|
The latest edition of this standard reference for Australian commercial cookery students, as well as those studying vocational courses in schools,...
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This popular "novelty" cake is a hit ... decoratively place several gummy worms and critters in ... Chill in refrigerator for 3 to 4 hours before serving.
In small mixing ... in a few gummy worms as you layer. ... potting soil. Decorate with silk flowers. Serve with garden shovels. Kids love it and adults do too!
Grind 2 packages ... food processor for dirt. In a ... layer with filling and dirt, filling and dirt, etc. Place gummy worms strategically. Plant flowers.
Crush Oreos and ... Chill. Before serving, stick artificial flowers into flower pot and decorate with gummy worms. Serve with a new plastic sand shovel!
Crush 1 large ... ending with crumbs. Insert gummie worms throughout mixture. Crumbs on top should cover mixture completely. Chill until set. Insert flowers.
Set aside finely crushed Oreos (dirt). Cream together ... Top with some gummy worms (they should sink, ... before serving. Serves 10 to 12 people. Very rich!
Cream butter, cream ... remaining filling. Top cake with remaining cookies. ... and put some gummy worms or spiders on ... digger. Makes 10 to 12 servings.
Process the Oreo cookies in food processor or blender. In separate bowl, combine pudding, vanilla, milk and stir for 1 to 2 minutes until smooth. In ...
Crush the cookies ... crumbs, then cream mixture. Repeat until all are used. Refrigerate and serve. May garnish with gummy worms or silk or plastic flowers.
Crush cookies really ... it looks like dirt. Add some ... of a vanilla taste. Don't forget to put your flower pot, flowers and trowel away for next time.
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