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Traditional dessert of Scotland made with oatmeal and can be simple or fancy. The true "traditional" recipe calls for oats, cream, Drambuie or Whiskey. Nothing more. This recipe is a bit less plain and sweeter. Cranachan was originally served at All Hallow's Eve with charms in a manner similar to the English Christmas Pudding (ring for bride, coin for wealth, thimble for spinster, button for bachelor ...), but is now associated more with Burn's Night. Cranachan is creamy and has a lovely nutty flavor which comes from the toasted oats. My original recipe came from an old British cookery book. Over the years, I have altered it a smidge for friends/family and that is the recipe which follows. Please note I have put US or variations in parenthesis.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (178 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
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