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Hot countryside girls
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In Norway we have a traditional dessert called `tilslørte bondepiker`(veiled countryside girls). This version is quickly made and has a bit more of all that is good ..

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Hot countryside girls

10.03.2018
Hot countryside girls

In Norway we have a traditional dessert called `tilslørte bondepiker`(veiled countryside girls). This version is quickly made and has a bit more of all that is good ..

For about 6 people:

1/2 liter vanilla ice cream

2 deciliter mashed apples 

1 deciliter cream

10 big vanilla fudge

10 chocolate biscuits 

 

Boil the cream. Cut the fudge in small pieces and let them melt in the warm cream. Take the pan off the heat. Stir until you have a smooth sauce (don´t eat it up, that can easily be done!). Crush the biscuits. Have the mashed apples, the sauce, ice cream and the crushed biscuits layered in a serving bowl or small glasses. Eat! 

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