I love spoon desserts. And I love an easy home-made dish using staple convenience foods.
So, admittedly this dessert is not made from scratch, with the twix and the creme caramel and all, but that doesn’t make it any less delicious.
This twix mix recipe is gifted to me by another of my favorite people, and is very useful to have on hand either for either entertaining guests or family.You may use digestive biscuits instead of the tea biscuits, and cream cheese instead of the cream cans, but the taste will differ slightly and maybe less biscuits would be needed if using cream cheese.
5 pk twix (total 10 twix fingers)
5 cans Nestle cream
5 pk creme caramel (powder sachets and caramel pouch)
2 pk tea biscuits
Cut the twix into slices and freeze for at least 2 hours (this is to harden them so they won’t dissolve completely in the mix).
Crumble one packet of the tea biscuits in the serving dish; set aside.
In a food processor, blend the caramel (powder and caramel pouch) with the cream.
Add half a packet of biscuits and the frozen twix slices, and blend for 30 seconds more.
Pour the cream mixture over the crumbled biscuits in the serving dish.
Process the remaining half packet of biscuits into fine crumbs.
Sprinkle the surface to the dessert with the biscuit crumbs and serve.