Mini desserts to wash away co-dependency

Mini desserts   Co-dependents are “saviors” in disguise and there are no lengths to which we will not go to save or redeem the object of our love and desire. Much of that earnest energy has gone to waste.

Can you imagine the potential for success as soon as you make yourself worthy of that same energy and commitment?

I now apply the same determination and creativity to my recipes – because I’m worth it.

Mini-desserts have become a craze and one to be applauded. Each and every mini dessert is its own unique statement – its own tiny piece of magic. I applaud the idea that less is more and I am delighted to apply myself to every one of them despite the fact that they are small and labour intensive. We are all worthy of being labour intensive!

I wanted to create a recipe with a surprise element to compliment the soft fillings. When I hit on the idea to use wonton pastry wrappers as the base, my heart rate increased and excitement tingled up from my toes. The tip to prevent the wonton pastry from getting soggy is to scatter a thin layer of cookie crumbs over the base and then spoon in the fillings. These work beautifully as mini lemon meringue tarts, bread pudding, Creme Brule, vanilla cream and even ice cream. If using fruit to decorate brush them with a thin glaze of heated jam.

Author, foodie, political junkie and currrently writing a series for children, giving bible stories a much needed makeover, free from religious dogma. Author of Hot Cuisine, a book written on men and food and co-wrote When Loving Him Hurts and The Affair.

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One comment on “Mini desserts to wash away co-dependency
  1. DotedOn says:

    🙂 shame that washing away co-dependency means adding a few pounds!!
    Thanks for the idea, they look lovely AND delicious!

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