Now before Christmas, the wonderful people from Aeroplane jelly sent me an amazing Christmas gift pack full of all of their amazing products. 12 beautifully presented boxes from Aeroplane along with a Press Release titled “12 Days of Aeroplane”. Each box was labelled “On the 1st day of Christmas…” and so on up to 12.
The idea was that you open one box each day which had a recipe card and the Aeroplane products that you would need to make the recipe inside.
There were some great ideas on how to use their products – although I do love a good an original lime jelly with some vanilla ice-cream. I also love their ‘create a jelly‘ which can add any flavouring to, make the most delicious jelly components to your desserts.
- 1 packet of Aeroplane Jelly Chocolate mousse
- 500ml full cream milk
- 6 Tim Tam biscuits
- 300ml whipping cream
- Empty the mousse mix and milk into a mixing bowl. Using an electric hand mixer beat on low speed for 30 seconds until just combined. Increase speed to high and beat fro 3 minutes until mousse is thick and creamy.
- Whip the whipping cream to a soft peak. Place the Tim Tams into a zip lock bag and crush with a rolling pin. Add the Tim Tams to the whipped cream and gently mix through.
- Spoon the mousse into 6 individual serving cups. Top with the Tim Tam cream. Serve immediately for a creamy mousse or chill for 1-2 hours for a firmer set mousse.
Do you like Aeroplane Jelly? What is your favourite Arnott’s biscuit? Did you listen to the lastest podcast by Beth at BabyMac? If you choose to whip up one of my recipes , then I would love for you to share it on social media, and don’t forget to use the hashtag #goodfoodweek.