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Christmas dessert in a glass recipes

What better way to serve individual desserts, than in a glass. It’s a little trick that can turn a simple idea into a dessert creation that looks uber-impressive.

If you ask us, it’s something about the layers and the various textures that come together perfectly. With a little bit of this and a little bit of that in every bite, you end up with the most incredible palate of flavours. Plus, and might we add, the best bit – these quick and easy desserts in a glass can be prepped and made ahead of time for your Christmas dessert.

Before we inspire you with wonderful dessert in a glass recipes that are sure to delight, let us share with you the four steps to create a dessert glass:

1. Choose your glass – there are so many creative ways to serve dessert. Here are a few of our favourites:
  • Stemless wine glasses
  • Martini glasses
  • Mini trifle glasses
  • Mason jars
  • Mini shot glasses
2. Choose your dessert base – whether it’s something creamy or it’s a layer of jelly – your base forms the core of your dessert:
  • Double cream
  • Whipped Philly
  • Mousse
  • Ice cream or sorbet
  • Jelly
3. Choose something to add contrast and/or crunch
  • Crushed meringue or mini meringue ‘kisses’
  • Fresh fruit
  • Nuts
  • Caramel popcorn
  • Sponge cake
4. Choose a garnish
  • Chopped nuts
  • A touch of greenery such as mint
  • Fresh fruit
  • Fairy Floss
  • Cocoa

Dessert in a glass recipes








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