A quick and festive dessert in the glass: spiced biscuit cream

S Are you still panicking at your menu for the holidays and wondering all the time how you ever manage to do it? Do not worry - at least the dessert question is now off the table. I have a great dessert for you here, which not only tastes wonderfully festive, but is also ready in less than 10 minutes. Conveniently, it can also be prepared one day in advance and stored in the refrigerator. Serves the Christmas dessert in portion glasses - that makes a lot of visually equal. Since you can then rather invest a lot of time in the appropriate table decoration (somehow you want it for the family is always very pretty - from the number you just can not get out).

I'm just for example completely Hard to fall in love with this Christmas tree ball in dinosaur form. The man and the child together shot balls and surprised me with it. We are now the proud owners of brightly colored glitter decorated balls in the following exciting shapes: Big Mac, Hot Dog, Locomotive, Santa Claus and Dinosaurs. In fact, I have no doubt who won the purchase decision. The colorful things turn out surprisingly well as a table decoration or individual "place card" to take away.

In this sense: A relaxed, colorful and culinary rest-Advent-time for you all!

And here comes the recipe for speculum cream - a quick and easy dessert in glass

250 ml cream semi-rigid beat. 250g low-fat quark with 1/2 tsp ground vanilla , 1/2 tsp cinnamon , 1 tbsp sugar (or more to taste) and the grated peel of 1 untreated orange and lemon creamy until the sugar has dissolved. Lift the cream under the quark and keep it cool. Put 150 g of speculum into 1 freezer bag , close well at the top and finely crumble the biscuits.

Layer the quark cream with the speculoos crumbles alternately into the jars. Store in the fridge until ready to serve.

Tip: The dessert can be prepared a few hours or even one day in advance. Serve directly from the fridge. If you want the cream to be luscious, use mascarpone instead of cream.