Weekend is here and the sun is shining! I couldn't be happier about that. I hope you all have a brilliant weekend, and maybe you would even like to make this dessert for your loved ones during it?
I remember cutting this recipe out from a Finnish magazine years ago, and I still have it in one of my collected recipe books. I was delighted to find the recipe now online, and decided to give it an update. This is an extremely filling dessert, but so tasty! Have a little break after dinner before eating it, or simply make smaller cups. The original recipe is in Finnish only, but here is my version of it.
These amounts are enough for four generous dessert glasses.
160g oat biscuits
70g melted butter
300ml whipping cream
100ml dark coffee
100g plain soft cheese
Coffee bean sweets
Crush the oat biscuits finely and add the melted butter to it. Mix them to a buttery oat crumble.
Whip the cream with the sugar, and then carefully fold in the brandy, coffee and soft cheese.
Assemble the glasses by layering the oat biscuit mix with the coffee cream.
Put some coffee bean sweets on the top as decoration.
Let the dessert glasses set in the fridge for at least one hour and serve cool.