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Frosty Ice Cream Christmas Pudding
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Frosty Ice Cream Christmas Pudding
Prep Time20 Minutes
Servings8
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Ingredients
85g Community Co Raisins
85g Community Co Sultanas
85g Community Co Dried Cranberries
85g Community Co Dried Cherries Glace
8 tbsp Brandy
2 tbsp CSR Dark Brown Sugar
1L Vanilla Ice Cream
½ tsp Masterfoods cinnamon ground
1/4 tsp Masterfoods ginger ground
1/2 tsp Masterfoods nutmeg ground
Zest 1/2 Lemon
Zest 1/2 an orange
2 tbsp White Wings cornflour
1/4 cup Nestle Bakers Choice cocoa
2 tbsp cold water
1 cup hot water
1/4 cup CSR Caster Sugar
25g butter
1 tsp vanilla essence
Directions
  1. Mix dried fruit, sugar and brandy in a microwave safe bowl, heat on high for 3 mins. Stir, then refrigerate for an hour or until cool.
  2. Spoon the ice-cream into a large bowl. Add cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and citrus zest. Mix thoroughly to form a whip.
  3. Gently stir through the brandied fruit to spread evenly throughout the ice cream.
  4. Line a pudding dish or large bowl with cling wrap, enough to have overhang. Tip the ice cream into the dish, cover and freeze overnight.
  5. In a saucepan make a smooth paste with the cornflour, cocoa and cold water.
  6. Stir in the hot water, caster sugar, vanilla and butter. Continue to stir over a medium heat until the mixture boils and thickens. Cool completely.
  7. Remove ice cream from freezer to sit at room temperature for 10 mins. Turn upside down on a platter and peel away the cling wrap. Spoon the sauce over the top to serve.
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Makes 8 servings
85g Community Co Raisins
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Sunbeam Raisins, 1 Kilogram
$12.60$12.60/kg
85g Community Co Sultanas
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Sunbeam Sultanas, 1 Kilogram
$8.40$8.40/kg
85g Community Co Dried Cranberries
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85g Community Co Dried Cherries Glace
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8 tbsp Brandy
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2 tbsp CSR Dark Brown Sugar
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CSR Brown Sugar, 1 Kilogram
$3.80$3.80/kg
1L Vanilla Ice Cream
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Peters Light & Creamy Classic Vanilla Ice Cream Slices, 12 Each
$8.00$0.67 each
½ tsp Masterfoods cinnamon ground
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MasterFoods Herbs & Spices Cinnamon Ground, 28 Gram
$2.60$9.29/100g
1/4 tsp Masterfoods ginger ground
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G-Fresh Ginger Ground, 80 Gram
$3.99$4.99/100g
1/2 tsp Masterfoods nutmeg ground
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G-Fresh Nutmeg Ground, 90 Gram
$3.99$4.43/100g
Zest 1/2 Lemon
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Lemon, 150 Gram
$1.50 avg/ea$10.00/kg
Zest 1/2 an orange
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Orange Navel, 180 Gram
$0.72 avg/ea$4.00/kg
2 tbsp White Wings cornflour
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White Wings Cornflour, 300 Gram
$2.70$0.90/100g
1/4 cup Nestle Bakers Choice cocoa
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Cadbury Bournville Cocoa, 125 Gram
$3.00$2.40/100g
2 tbsp cold water
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Fiji Still Water, 1 Litre
$2.70$2.70/l
1 cup hot water
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Fiji Still Water, 1 Litre
$2.70$2.70/l
1/4 cup CSR Caster Sugar
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CSR Caster Sugar, 1 Kilogram
$2.70$2.70/kg
25g butter
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Western Star Original Butter Block, 500 Gram
$6.50$1.30/100g
1 tsp vanilla essence
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Queen Organic Vanilla Essence, 50 Millilitre
$4.00$8.00/100ml

Directions

  1. Mix dried fruit, sugar and brandy in a microwave safe bowl, heat on high for 3 mins. Stir, then refrigerate for an hour or until cool.
  2. Spoon the ice-cream into a large bowl. Add cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and citrus zest. Mix thoroughly to form a whip.
  3. Gently stir through the brandied fruit to spread evenly throughout the ice cream.
  4. Line a pudding dish or large bowl with cling wrap, enough to have overhang. Tip the ice cream into the dish, cover and freeze overnight.
  5. In a saucepan make a smooth paste with the cornflour, cocoa and cold water.
  6. Stir in the hot water, caster sugar, vanilla and butter. Continue to stir over a medium heat until the mixture boils and thickens. Cool completely.
  7. Remove ice cream from freezer to sit at room temperature for 10 mins. Turn upside down on a platter and peel away the cling wrap. Spoon the sauce over the top to serve.