You have a lot of choice. I never have them, even if eating out.
Very rarely have dessert at home. Occasionally, my partner makes some sort of apple pie or stewed rhubarb (from the allotment) which I will partake of.
We generally have something. I say we, but at the moment I'm avoiding them! Ranges far and wide from a nice slice of carrot cake to berries and ice cream. I never met a dessert I didn't like.
Never have puddings at home, and never eat out.
I only make dessert for special occasions but always have either a cake or bisuits on hand to have something sweet with a cuppa.Anne xx
Very rarely here. But in France with family I do enjoy the after main meal courses of cheese, then fruit & nuts and yoghurt or creme caramel.
We very rarely have anything other than the main meal. I love my desserts and cheeses too much.
We don't always have pudding. It depends on how filling the first course is. Since we still have a good stash of spples, I sort out the just-about-to start-going-off ones each weekend and stew the best bits, sometimes with a few sultanas. Then we have stewed apple with oat crunchie and yoghurt or ice cream or custard. I love this!
Sounds like a lovely choice to me. I don't very often have a pudding unless its a meal out, christmas or birthdays. But i do like crumble, crackers and cheese and chutney and icecream are my favourites ;-) Have a lovely week, dee xx
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