Tipsy Laird is the Scottish trifle dessert served on Burns Night. It is essentially the same as Trifle, the pudding that has graced British tables for centuries but with whisky not sherry, and Scottish raspberries.
Cranachan-Sweet summer raspberries folded into cream flavoured with honey, whisky and toasted oatmeal
No Wonder Scottish Food is So Loved Looking at These 20 Recipes: Scottish Cranachan Recipe
think i'll make this for the next glasgow baking club night to represent my camping holidays in gairloch.
Burns Night: Cranachan recipe Cranachan is traditionally made with a local soft cheese, crowdie, and cream.
Cranachan is a delicious, easy 5 ingredient dessert (cream, oatmeal, whisky, honey & raspberries)
Burns night pud- Mary Berry's Scottish Mist. Delish! (A Scottish Eton mess with whiskey)
SCOTLAND Baked Raspberry And Bramble Trifle With Drambuie.a wonderful Scottish pudding based loosely on the traditional trifle, with the added twist of a layer of baked custard
Traditional English Sherry Trifle - Strictly for the Grown Ups! Substitute apricot jam for the raspberry jam and you got yourself a TRIFLE
Scotch Whiskey Cake Recipe for an Outlander viewing party
Try this Cranachan Cheesecake recipe by Chef Paul Hollywood. This recipe is from the show Paul Hollywood's Pies and Puds.
Warm salad of red cabbage, black pudding & apple recipe - Recipes - BBC Good Food