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Do you find these elegant?  It tastes simply fantastic and it's easy to prepare too. 

This recipe calls for digestive biscuits, but you can use any of your favourite biscuits, such as ginger cookies or something similar.  Just let your imagination and creativity take over.

Recipe Source (TODAY, 23 July 2011)
Peach Tart in a Glass (serves 6 to 8)

For the biscuit base

100g digestive biscuits or another similar biscuit
40g melted butter
1 tsp fine sugar

- Place the biscuit, melted butter and sugar in a small food processor and blitz to a fine sand.  Press into the base of several serving glasses up to 8mm thick and refrigerate. (I misread this part, you will see I have more pudding than cookies)

For custard:
1 cup evaporated filled milk
1 cup water
3 tbsp custard powder
1/2 cup fine sugar (will reduce next time, I find it too sweet)
1/4 tsp fine salt

- Place all the custard ingredients into a small saucepan and bring to a boil, stirring constantly.  Boil gently for 2 mins (the custard will thicken) and then transfer to a wide bowl.  Cool, then spoon 3 tbsp into each glass.

- Arrange diced peaches on top and refrigerate for at least 3 hours before serving.

- Garnish with mint if desired.

For topping

1 can peach halves in syrup, drained and diced
Fresh mint sprigs (Optional)



  1. Chris, now I am torn! I saw Mary's delicious grilled peach with homemade ice cream a moment ago and now your stunning peach tart in a glass! Which one should I make first with the peaches in my fridge?

  2. i always love to eat this kind of pudding, i want really cold one, makes me regain my senses!!

  3. Chris, will the base be soft and mushy? I saw peaches in season.

  4. Quay Po cooks - haha - try both and have me over to join you.

    lena - thanks.

    edith - no the base not not soft and mushy but because I misread the instruction, I feel the thick pudding is a little too mushy for me.

  5. Chris, This is very pretty dessert. I would love to have a cup with lots of peaches on top :)

  6. looks great love digestive biscuits too as a Brit

  7. Dessert is absolutely delicious and luxurious, very delicious, I love your lines are quite good, much love and hugs.

  8. Anncoo - thanks.

    Rebecca from Chow and Chatter - thank you.

    Rosita Vargas - Thanks.


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