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Submitted by: minna on July 28, 2010
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I make this parfait every summer.

Difficulty: Easy

Servings: 1-2

Prep Time: 5 minutes  


0.85 cups (2 deciliters) cream
2 eggs
about 0.42 cups (1 deciliter) sugar (the amount depends on the sweetnes or sourness of other ingredients)
(1 tsp vanilla sugar)

You can flavor the parfait with:
2-3 tsp cacao powder (dark, nsweetend)
few table spoonfuls of jam

Or, grind these in a blender:

few slices of mango

If you grind more berries or fruits than you need for the parfait, you can use the rest as a sauce to put on top of the parfait.


Add part of the sugar to cream and the rest to eggs. Whip cream and eggs in separate bowls. Combine whipped cream, eggs and other ingredients and mix them carefully together. Put in the freezer.

Admin note: See how to pasteurize eggs here.

Categories: Desserts, Frozen

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