Monday Munchies #50
Monday Munchies #52

Monday Munchies #51

This is a fabulous dessert, which looks and tastes like a million dollars, but takes only a few minutes to make: plus freezing time!! I think this recipe originally came from a very old English Women's Weekly, but I can't quite remember. You can substitute other flavours, orange and peach, or lime and blueberry, they'd also be very tasty. Although I usually make my own little meringues, this year I just bought some nests and crushed them up. The recipe also says to blend and then push the berries through a sieve, but truly, it is fine if you just use the whole berries. This will keep in the freezer for two or three months. Just take it out fifteen minutes before you are ready to serve.


Lemon and Raspberry Icecream  makes about 2 litres

  • 900ml thickened cream
  • juice and zest of 4 lemons
  • 240g pure icing sugar, sifted*
  • 75g meringues, crushed
  • 250g raspberries, frozen or fresh
  • 60g pure icing sugar, sifted*

*300g of pure icing sugar all up.

If you want to speed the freezing process, line a metal 2 litre loaf tin with clingwrap and put it into the freezer an hour before hand, otherwise just use some plastic containers.

Mix the berries with 60g of icing sugar and then blend and push through a sieve to remove the seeds, or just don't bother and leave them to the side.

We wish you a merry christmas
Put the cream, juice, zest and remaining icing sugar into a large bowl and whip. Start slowly, as it may spit cream out because the juice makes it quite runny. Only whip until soft peaks form.

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Add the crushed meringues and fold through gently by hand.

Have yourself a merry little christmas
Pour half the cream mixture into the container, then spread the raspberry layer in the middle and then cover with the rest of the cream mixture.

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Cover tightly with clingwrap, or put on the lid, and freeze for 4 or 5 hours, or until needed.

If you want, you could also just fold the berries through the cream mixture and then freeze in a shallow tray. That would make a very speedy frozen dessert.

I'm ice creaming of a white christmas

Merry Christmas from Peri Naughty and Lorelai Gilmore.

They are so happy!!! 

Peri has been sticking her head in the barbeques at the dam,

and then Gilly has been sniffing the charcoal and making her nose dirty!!!

Woof woof Merry Christmas






The ice cream looks AMAZING!! Please send some to me--I think it would be lovely on my sore throat =)

I think the doggies wonder if blonde is more fun or not--they want to try being black labs for a change!


merry christmas and many happy bbqs to you and the girls!


Hehe, what a lovely pair of grubby labradors!

I hope you all had a lovely happy Christmas :)


oh my. meringue in icecream? It's a winner for sure!

Rose Red

I love the idea of meringue in ice-cream. Not so much on the sticking my head in the BBQ. So I guess I'm lucky I'm a person and not a labrador. Although of course, if I were to be a labrador, I would most definitely want to be a labrador living with you!

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