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Cranichan Dessert

Cranichan is a traditional Scottish dessert, but the ingredients aren't really unusual. The only thing that will surprise you is the whiskey! This is a creamy and fruity dessert you'll love.

Serves: 6

  • 1 pint whipping cream
  • 1 pound cream cheese (or marscarpone)
  • 250 grams honey
  • 1 1/2 pint raspberries, blackberries or boysenberries
  • 1/2 pound steel cut oats
  • 1 bottle whiskey
  1. Toast oats in oven till dry and just beginning to brown.
  2. Whip cream. Mix 50:50 cream and mascarpone.
  3. Add a large shot of whisky and tablespoon honey to taste.
  4. Two ways to serve: Put bowls of Crowdie (cream, cheese, honey & whisky), berries, whisky bottle, honey jar and oats on tables and everyone helps themselves. Put oats in bottom of a glass. Add more whisky and honey to crowdie and pour over oats. Pour Berries on top. Serve.



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Steel Cut Oats or Irish Oats or Groates --- this is truly the "whole" grain of oats that has been chopped up. Old fashioned oats is a "rolled" oat grain with the outer shell removed. Steel cut oats can be found normally on the breakfast isle of the grocery store but more expensive than buying them at a whole foods or natural foods store from the bulk area.

What is Steel Cut Oats never heard of it??????


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