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Pastel Fruits of the Forest at Two Temperatures

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You want to taste a delicious cake that is at the same time cold and at the same time hot, with the best flavor of the berries comes an excellent recipe ideal for spring and summer.
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8 portions
  • 1 liter vanilla ice cream
  • 750 grams fresh berries, (strawberry, raspberry, blackberry and blueberries)
  • 1 stick Philadelphia® cream cheese
  • 2 tablespoons powdered sugar
  • 1 package Marie biscuit
  • 1 stick butter, 90 grams
  • 1 package cereal, without sugar (small)
  • 1 tablespoon powdered sugar
  • 1 tablespoon Gin , rum or brandy


In a pan melt the butter, in a blender gradually crush the cookies "Marías", there will be a fine grit which will be placed in a circular bowl for cakes, add the butter to the grit so that there is a dough; with a stick, flatten the dough until it is flat and without edges on the sides. Reserve in the refrigerator.
Place the cream cheese in a bowl and beat, gradually add the two tablespoons of icing sugar, now add the vanilla ice cream little by little and continue beating; remove the cookie base from the refrigerator and empty the ice cream mixture, with the help of a shovel we will flatten the top part and put in the freezer for approximately 4 hours.
With the help of a glass or a masher we will crush the sugar-free cereal flakes, remove our cake from the fridge and unmold, add the crushed cereal flakes as a cover and sprinkle with alcohol (gin, rum, brandy, etc.) .) Immediately with the help of a lighter, we will turn on that coverage until the cereal coverage turns brown.
Serve in individual slices decorating with some fruit of the forest and enjoy the delicious flavor of a cake of berries at a hot and cold temperature at the same time.


Serve in individual slices decorating with one or several berries.


As a recommendation, serve when frying cereal.

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