Ginger Biscuit Roll

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Jaded spoon

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@Jaded_spoon

I love this recipe as it can be made with any biscuit (cookie) you like. The stronger flavoured ones are best but will work with any. I love the ginger taste in this. We have a biscuit (cookie) that is quite hard and spicy called Ginger Nut, that is what I used here but you can use a chocolate flavoured one too which is called a Choc Ripple Cake. Like I said any biscuit works.

Rating:
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Ingredients

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double cream, whipped
ginger nut biscuits (or any other cookies you like)
fresh fruit (or tinned fruit at a pinch)
grated chocolate
toffee shards or floss

How to Make Ginger Biscuit Roll

Step-by-Step

  • 1With no cooking involved the kids can do this all by them selves. Spread a decent dollup of cream between the biscuits and sandwich together to form a log
  • 2Work fast, when you have a log long enough for your needs wrap in plastic wrap tightly and refidgerate for a few hours... over night is better.
  • 3Once the cream is absorbed and the log should be firm. Spread more cream around the log and decorate just before serving with fruit, chocolate, glace ginger... what ever you like.
  • 4Slice on the diagnal and it gives a nice visual slant in the slice... Very rich but oh so moreish!!!

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