Sponge Fingers Waitrose 175g
Crisp sponge fingers topped with sugar
Store in a cool dry place. Once opened, store in an airtight container.
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Preparation and Usage
Serving Suggestion: For a quick tiramisu dip the sponges in coffee, then layer with sponge fingers and thickly whipped cream and grate dark chocolate on the top.
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Crisp sponge fingers topped with sugar
Allergens can be found in the ingredients list
Contains Eggs, Contains Wheat
Allergy Advice: For allergens see highlighted ingredients
Sugar, Wheat Flour, Pasteurised Free Range Egg, Raising Agents Sodium Bicarbonate and Ammonium Carbonate, Flavouring
Suitable for Vegetarians
|Typical Values||As Sold Per 100g||As Sold Per Biscuit|
|of which saturates||0.9g||0.1g|
|of which sugars||52.1g||3.3g|
For lovers of all things British, vintage and sprinkled with sherry, see below for the most convenient trifle recipe ever. Remember that you can use any canned fruit; try raspberries, peaches or cherries. Don’t forget to let the jelly set properly, or else you will have a very sloppy (but still tasty) trifle on your hands.
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Tiramisu means 'pick me up' in Italian. Traditionally it is made with Amaretto liqueur so if you would like a non-alcoholic version substitute this for 1 teaspoon almond essence. I've used ricotta cheese instead of marscapone and cream to make a lighter, less calorific version which I think tastes just as good. The addition of raspberries helps to make it even healthier. This is an 'assembly' pudding that is easy for children to make from scratch.
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