Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Dessert in a glass

Spring and summer are the busiest time of the year, at least for me ...before I know it, it is  Monday morning Tuesday evening ....well am not complaining only wish beautiful sunny days would go by slowly....and stay longer..........a 48 hr long day would be great!! Or if I could be in two place at the same time, that would be perfect. I have been planning to post since last morning but  have been clowning around! literally!!I have been busy drawing a 5 feet clown for a school event....and well clown is not made in a day...so that has kept me busy for the last few days. Now that I am done with it ...it was easier to relax and blog ! I was very tempted to post a pix of the clown...but  I have been working on it for so long, that I just had to do something else...!!

All the work got me hungry  and ............


Fresh fruits
Slice of rich chocolate cake
Vanilla flavoured custard- make according to instruction on the box.
Marmalade for topping

Take a large or a medium size glass and enjoy staking up the ingredients..!! Chill and scoop it up with a spoon. Print Friendly and PDF


  1. Slurpppppppppp!!!!mouthwatering here..

  2. Fruit dessert looks wonderfully prepared. Awesome presentation.

    Hamaree Rasoi

  3. I would love a large glass of this delectable dessert..it has got all my fav things..fruits, custard and cake..yum.

  4. Scrumptious dessert, simply delectable and inviting..

  5. So colourful n yum ..best for summer

  6. Absolutely mouthwatering!!! Im drooling looking at the superb click!! Perfect dessert to cool off the summer with!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

  7. Can I have it? Amazing and drool-worthy, I can eat a few of those :)

  8. I like desserts like this. Beautifully presention.

  9. when ive kind of ruined a cake..i make trifle pudding...this looks amazing


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