Ambrosia! Known as the food and drink of the gods, is the most amazing dessert ever. It has become a family Christmas tradition for me to make my ambrosia. If I don't, people complain.
1 Cup cream.
1 Cup natural unsweetened yoghurt.
1 Can of boysenberries.
1 Cup of chopped strawberries.
1 pack of marshmallows
Some dark chocolate for grating
1 Table spoon of icing sugar (optional)
Chop the strawberries into quarters. Chop the marshmallows into halves. Drain the juice from the boysenberries. Whip the cream. Reserve some whipped cream for the top of the pudding. Pour the yoghurt into a large serving bowl. Fold the whipped cream into the yoghurt. Add the berries, marshmallows and strawberries and fold through the yoghurt/cream mix until evenly dispersed. Top with the remaining whipped cream and grate dark chocolate over the top. Decorate with marshmallows or strawberries if you want. Serve chilled. If you leave it for a few hours the marshmallows will melt into the mix. Yum!
Mariana - Is this some sort of joke? Do you want me to look bad? I don't know any recipes. I am going to have to put a link in to my favourite Annabel Langbein ice cream. You do not need an ice cream maker for this. In fact it is easy and people are very impressed when you take it with you somewhere.
Behold the white chocolate and raspberry and pistachio nut ice cream....... http://insidecuisine.com/2010/09/30/annabel-langbeins-pistachio-and-berry-ice-cream/