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October 25, 2010

I know I have been awfully quiet on this blog, but to be honest I have been so busy with baby things and getting the house sorted out that the meals I’ve made have been incredibly boring lately.

I have however been watching a lot of The F Word – with Gordon Ramsay, and this has inspired me to try not only his dishes but some others that I have in my recipe collection.

Vlaflips are a light Dutch summer dessert, that I absolutely love, as its easy to make for a lot of people, and really not expensive. Its also great because its not a heavy dessert, so it finishes off a meal just right.


Fruit compote (any you like)
Custard (I make mine from custard powder, but Ultramel works just as well)
Plain yogurt (double cream or greek is yummy, but I use Bulgarian)

In a glass (wine glass or pretty cooldrink glass) place about 4 tbsp fruit compote. Carefully place a good layer of custard on top, and then follow with the yogurt. The idea is to have 3 layers. You can sprinkle fruit or vermicelli on top, just for garnish.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 10, 2011 11:01 pm

    The order is wrong in the picture. It should be syrup on the bottom, then yogurt and the custard on top, not the yogurt. And yes, syrup, not fruit compote!

    • March 11, 2011 6:07 am

      thank you for your comment… you could be less snide however – i actually found a recipe in a DUTCH cookbook for it with fruit compote/coulis, so it might be possible, either way it worked.

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