Frozen Icecream Plum Pudding

My mum’s speciality come Christmas time is an ice cream plum pudding. A delicious combination of dried fruit – sultanas, currents, raisins, cherries, apricots and slivered almonds, soaked in the spicy goodness of Norfolk Punch then stirred through vanilla ice cream – usually Peters, because well it’s a tremendously creamy and fabulous ice cream brand.

 

Whilst not included in the pic, it is best served with a strawberry sauce, made from blending up a punnet of strawberries with a dash more Norfolk Punch…. Definitely leaves me wishing that Christmas didn’t only come once a year!

Categories: Recipes, Something Sweet

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