Rocky Road Ice-Cream

It’s 41 degree outside, it’s way too hot to spend the Australia Day outdoor!  Instead, I am making this yummy dessert for later in the evening, my kids love it and pretty much easy to make. Though the only consuming time is the freezing time!

Ingredients:

2 litres vanilla ice-cream

250g cherries / raspberries

100g marshmallows

100g dark chocolate, chopped

100g silvered almonds, toasted

Methods:

  1. Remove ice-cream from the freezer and set aside to soften slightly for 10 minutes.
  2. Meanwhile, pit cherries and roughly chop.  Using kitchen scissors, quarter the marshmallows.
  3. Stir the cherries, marshmallows, chocolate and almonds through the ice-cream until well combined.  Transfer the cherry mixture to a large loaf tin and place in the freezer to freeze overnight.  To serve, scoop evenly among individual serving bowls and serve immediately.

Author: ohdearria

Hi I'm Ria! A hippie heart and gypsy soul mama who loves plants, yoga, blue & white chinas, & thrifty finds. I like to bake and cook something delicious (and healthy) for my twin boys and le hubby. I have golden retriever dog named Sammy, and couple of love birds. I take my boys to sports as early as 5 in the morning and on the weekend. On this blog, I'm mostly rambling about my every day life as an everyday mama, wife, and human being who live in the suburbs. I love sharing snippets about my family, our adventures and holidays. So, if you like what you find here please stay with me. If you don't, simply just close this page. Thanks for dropping by and I hope you enjoy reading my stories. xx

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