Kiltie Creams by Zendaya Coleman

Kiltie Creams by Zendaya Coleman
Kiltie Creams
Zendaya Coleman, which means ‘to give thanks’ in Shona (a Zimbabwean language), was born to mother Claire Stoermer and father Kazembe Ajamu (Coleman) in Oakland, California. Zendaya started her professional career as a fashion model. While attending a school for arts she landed a role to portray Raquel ‘Rocky’ Blue in the Disney Channel show Shake It Up with her co-stars Bella Thorne, Kenton Duty and Roshon Fegan. She also was one of the back-up dancers in the Sears Arrive music video featuring Selena Gomez. She also appeared in the Kidz Bop music video Hot N Cold. Her favourite recipe is Kiltie Creams which she shares with us.


50g Jungle oats, raw
150ml Cream
150ml Yoghurt
3 Tablespoons honey for taste
Chopped walnuts, optional


Place the oats in a pan on the stove top and cook until brown. Stir constantly as it browns very quickly. Remove from hot pan and leave to one side until cold. Whip the cream until it forms soft peaks. Fold the yoghurt, honey and roasted oats into the cream. Taste and add more honey if you like. Scoop the mixture into four glasses, decorate with fresh fruit and serve immediately. Otherwise, cover with cling wrap and keep in fridge for up to four hours.

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