Originally this post was going to be called “princess dip” or “pink dip” or something like that because it is pink and alluring but when I was editing the photos I realised that the reason I like it so much is because it looks like Tubby Custard, the dish I craved with all my heart from the ages of 1-5. I wasn’t even sure on the whole concept of custard, I just knew it was pink and it looked delicious. When I started school I just wanted to eat the pink crayons because they looked so good. Now I just want to eat my baby sister all up because she’s too cute and I don’t know what to DO.
Is that normal? Is that fine?
I heard on Twitter that it’s been 20 years since the release of Teletubbies, which means technically I can say “back when I was bornnnn, we didn’t even HAVE Teletubbiessss” in a wizened old man voice. I was one when it came out so can’t exactly say I was ecstatic about the launch not really having much of a brain but I definitely did appreciate that it was there when it did arrive. That sweet sweet custard.
Yeah so anyway I made this syn free el Tubby Custardo dip and it is super nice. I ate some of it with fruit and then some of it with my hands. Because I am a child.
Syn free Tubby Custard dip
- 1 Muller Light/light yoghurt of choice (I used the cherry one because it adds to the pink colour and I like the extra dimension of the cherry pieces)
- 2 really heaped tbsp of quark (about 1/4 pot in the average sized ones)
- 2 tbsp sweetener of choice (you can add more if you want it sweeter)
- 1 tsp pink food colouring
- Toppings and things to dip – I used dark choc chips and gold buttons as my topping but you can use anything or just leave it plain. Watermelon sticks are great with it or maybe try with some Mikado or apple slices.
Add the yoghurt, quark and sweetener together in a bowl. Mix until combined and then whisk to build up into a more light and fluffy texture.
Add the pink food dye slowly until at the strength desired.
Add your toppings and prepare your things to dip.