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Mixed Berry Ice-cream Pudding with Raspberry Coulis

Mixed Berry Ice-cream Pudding with Raspberry Coulis
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Recipe by: Creative Gourmet
creativegourmet.com.au
Average: 3.7 (6 votes)
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Difficulty
Moderate
Category
Cuisine
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Prep:  20 Minutes, plus, plus 12 hours for freezing
Cook:  5 Minutes
Serves:  dinner party (8-10)

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Mixed Berry Ice-cream Pudding with Raspberry Coulis
Ingredients:
Mixed Berry Ice Cream Pudding
Raspberry Coulis
Method:
Mixed Berry Ice Cream Pudding
  1. Place frozen berries into bowl. Sprinkle with icing sugar and set aside to thaw. When just tender, roughly crush berries with a fork
  2. Meanwhile, line a 2 litre (8-cup) mixing bowl or pudding bowl with plastic wrap. Reserve 8 slices sponge roll. Line the sides and base of the pudding bowl with remaining sponge slices
  3. Place ice-cream in a large bowl and set aside to soften slightly
  4. Fold crushed berries into ice-cream. Spoon into prepared bowl. Smooth surface and top with remaining sponge slices to seal. Cover with plastic wrap and freeze overnight
  5. To serve, remove pudding from freezer and stand for 10 minutes then turn pudding onto a serving plate (remove plastic wrap). Drizzle with a little raspberry coulis, decorate with extra berries if using
  6. Slice and serve with raspberry coulis
Tips & Hints:
  • Use plain sponge jam roll without a cream filling
  • To quickly defrost berries, place in a shallow microwave safe dish and microwave in burst of 30 seconds until just tender
  • Make the pudding and the coulis up to 3 days before serving
  • If it's difficult to remove the pudding from the bowl, gently loosen the sides with a blunt knife
  • A 500g box Creative Gourmet frozen Mixed Berries is ideal as you will have sufficient berries to make plus decorate the pudding
  • Use low fat icecream and sugar substitute in the coulis
Raspberry Coulis
  1. To make raspberry coulis, place frozen raspberries and sugar into a medium saucepan. Heat, stirring often, over medium heat until bubbling. Reduce heat and simmer for 3-4 minutes until tender
  2. Remove from heat, set aside to cool. Press raspberry mixture through a fine sieve to strain. Place coulis into an airtight container. Chill until ready to serve

Reviews for Mixed Berry Ice-cream Pudding with Raspberry Coulis

3.666665
Average: 3.7 (6 votes)