100 thoughts on “Trying British Supermarket desserts! (Rice Pudding??)

  1. Lmao, I’m French and I didn’t know what custard was so I googled it up and then I realized it’s what we call « crème anglaise » which means literally « English cream »

  2. You can tell that the British imperial rule over India resulted in us Indians adopting a lot of the British habits and vice versa from the amount of food we share lmao

  3. Why does it look like its mock cream on all the deserts instead of real cream. Even the colour of the cream looks wrong .

  4. That's like when I went to Norway (I'm Swedish) they asked "Do you want bål?" and in Swedish "bål" is several sodas mixed together in a bowl with fruits in it. And I said YES OFC!!! ……..And i got a sausage(?!?) …….. In Norweigan "Bål" is a campfire xD hahaha

  5. Can someone please help. When I went to England 7 years ago I fell in love with trifle and I thought I can make the same dessert in Canada but I CANNOT FIND THE SAME CREAM! The fruit, custard cream (yellowish) and then whipped cream. The yellowish cream… I know everyone says it’s custard but it’s not the same in Canada can someone please tell me where I can buy it online I’m desperate for some trifle 😭

  6. ollie would be a really good comedian… improv especially. this guy always hits you with the most off-the-cuff, unexpected, and hilarious lines, every video.

  7. Rice pudding sounds like the British people tried to recreate the Indian dessert kheer but made it bland 😂 Do try kheer tho it's really good!!

  8. British foods are boring, S*** and bland. British are famous for only colonialism… 😆 That's why Gordon Ramsey always talks about French, Italian, Chinese or other foods… 😆

  9. Sticky toffee pudding was my absolute favorite thing I ate in England in September. My first one had warm custard over the top and that was the best!

  10. I think rice pudding is where those things which is better when you add things to, not it own. Like the put jam, but I would also like adding things like cinnamon, brown sugar, raisins etc. Also, I think homemade rice pudding is good.

  11. 죽에도 단 죽 종류가 많아요~! 단호박죽이라던가 팥죽, 흑임자죽 등등 기호에 따라 달게 먹는 죽도 많습니당

  12. I had a terrible experience with someones version of rice pudding so I've been scared of it eversince and just the thought makes me want to vomit

  13. Fun fact – jelly was invented for trifle, not as a solo pudding but it became a popular part of trifle so they started selling jelly by itself too! (Bonus fact – jell-o is US made and is made differently, despite the same outcome)

  14. As a Korean, something deep within me rebels at the idea of making a creamy dessert out of rice. Just a soul-deep horror at the thought. Never mind that we do have sikhye, which is a sweet drink made of rice. Even then, I always avoid the rice in it. For me, if it's a rice I can't enjoy with kimchi, then it's of the devil and is to be avoided. I've tried rice puddings, and, while they were tasty, I found them all terribly unsettling. xD

  15. English puddings made mainly during WW2 when all produce was at a premium. In France at the time the food was a European collaboration of ingredients 🙂

  16. That is actually what a trifle is. It is supposed to be leftover types of cake and things combined. I have never made on that way. Always made fresh items to use. I put more texture and a higher ratio of cake to cream than that. It’s one of my favorite types of things actually.

  17. Also, I don’t know what the English do well in the form of savory food, but I honestly think English desserts are incredible. I am a huge trifle fan. Sticky toffee pudding is a favorite. Bread puddings and custard stuff is great. You guys do something called a knickerbocker glory that is just ridiculous. There is no reason to trash English dessert. It’s not fancy like French dessert, but it is what it is and it is very tasty.

  18. 라이스푸딩 따뜻하게 먹는거구나 당연히 차갑게 먹는 음식인줄 알고 차게먹었는대 ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

  19. **Gabie is actually close but no cigar, Anna Russell, the Duchess of Bedford actually popularised the 'afternoon tea' not Queen Victoria but they are lifelong friends.

    "During the 18th century, dinner came to be served later and later in the day until, by the early 19th century, the normal time was between 7:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. An extra meal called luncheon had been created to fill the midday gap between breakfast and dinner, but as this new meal was very light, the long afternoon with no refreshment at all left people feeling hungry. She found a light meal of tea (usually Darjeeling) and cakes or sandwiches was the perfect balance. The Duchess found taking an afternoon snack to be such a perfect refreshment that she soon began inviting her friends to join her. Afternoon tea quickly became an established and convivial repast in many middle and upper class households." from Wikipedia

  20. I was wondering if you could even do this with American desserts because it seems like we just stole everything from other countries, but I just looked it up and in our grocery stores you could find: Boston cream pie, red velvet cake, chocolate chip cookies, strawberry shortcake, brownies, Rice Krispie Treats, root beer float, key lime pie, Krispy Kreme Donuts, Moonpies & RC Cola, Jello, and any kind of cupcakes. You could also have a variety of Hostess cakes like Twinkies and Ding Dongs, a variety of Little Debbie's cakes like Zebra Cakes and Oatmeal Cream Pies, and a variety of Entenmann's cakes like their chocolate donuts and New York Crumb Cake. Also invented in America, but not necessarily found in grocery stores: Funnel cakes, Slurpees, salt water taffy, peach cobbler, baked Alaska, bundt cake, and bananas foster. If you're wondering why apple pie isn't on the list, it's because that was invented in England. Go figure.

  21. Any add that increases its volume when it starts will never get buissness from me again I should sue them I have my headphone on set to the volume of the video an add comes on I have to throw my headphones off because my eardrums get assaulted by "THIS WEEK AT RED LOBSTER WEVE GOT PUR NEW BLAH BLAH BLAH"stfu red lobster people only like your danm biscuits anyway your seafood is overpriced crap.

  22. For some reason after 4:05 when he feeds her rice pudding I feel like she finished her bite looked over at his freind like "are you going to feed me to" haha!

  23. Interesting fact. That has jelly in it, which means it’s actually not an English Trifle. Traditional English Trifles don’t have jelly in them.

  24. J: " This is one of my favourite EVER English desserts."
    O: " It looks like a sweaty bold head."
    J: " COME ON!"😂😂😂

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