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Klim Tart

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Klim is a brand of powdered milk sold by Nestlé. Klim is sold worldwide. Klim was developed as a dehydrated whole-milk powder for use in the tropics, where ordinary milk tended to spoil quickly.  Turn it around and what
 do you get?  KLIM = MILK

Ingredients:
1 200g packet tennis biscuits.
100g margarine, melted.
250g Klim powder (A specific brand of powdered milk sold by Nestlé)
125ml boiling water.
1 can condense milk.
125ml lemon juice.

Method:
Mix the crushed tennis biscuits with the melted margarine, until well combined and press down into the bottom of a greased 20cm round loose bottom cake tin.
In a bowl, whisk together the Klim powder with boiling water, until a smooth batter is achieved.
Add the condensed milk and milk.
Add the lemon juice and whisk until the mixture starts to thicken.
Pour the batter over the biscuit layer.
Decorate as you like and pop into the fridge to chill overnight. I decorated mine with colored almond nibblers.

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8 thoughts on “Klim Tart”

  1. hi, i just came across your klim tart recipe and I am thinking of trying it as a birthday cake for my son. He loves burfee and cheesecake… So I am guessing that he would love this.

    Does the tart have a cheesecake feel with a burfee look to it

    Reply
    • HI there. Thank you for connecting and I am sorry but I have not made this particular recipe myself as I received this from a fellow member in one of my FB recipe groups. I am sure that your son will love it but I am unable to say if has the feel of burfee. If you wish maybe try it prior to his birthday to make sure its what you want it to be. Anyway Happy Birthday to your son and I truly hope that he will enjoy it. Please once you made it leave me a rating and your review on the post and what you think of it. Thanks in advance

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  2. I’ve never heard of this either but it looks great! Also, what are tennis biscuits? I’d like to try this!

    Reply
    • Both these are South African brand items, Klim is a brand of powdered milk and tennis biscuits is a light crispy little biscuit/cookie which is possibly like a cross between a good butter biscuit such as the Galette Bretonne, with a dash of syrup and a well balanced coconut flavor. You can also use arrowroot cookies and add a bit of coconut for flavor

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  3. Reblogged this on My Favorite Recipes and commented:
    Klim is a brand of powdered milk sold by Nestlé. Klim is sold worldwide.

    I never heard of Klim, I will have to try this one for my next dinner party, as dessert.
    Klim was developed as a dehydrated whole-milk powder for use in the tropics, where ordinary milk tended to spoil quickly. Turn it around and what do you get? KLIM = MILK

    Reply

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