Monday, May 14, 2012

Mud Ball Martini Sundae

Mud Ball Martini Sundaes

This dessert has it all - ice cream, chocolate, fruit, whipped cream and even a cherry on top!  I told Mr. John that I am going to try to some new desserts from time to time, and of course, he is always game to be a tasty participant!  I'm not sure where this originated - I found it hand written tucked away in my recipes.

Source:  unknown


I bought some gourmet vanilla ice cream, with real vanilla beans, scooped them into balls and rolled them in finely crushed Oreos.  At this point, freeze at least 4-6 hours





Next take sliced strawberries and raspberries, sprinkle a little sugar, and add about 1-2 T of Chambord (or leave out to be kid friendly)








The end!  These were a huge hit!


Mud Ball Martini Serves: 6-8 Calories: NA Prep Time to Table: 15 minutes plus freezing time
Recipe : unknown

Ingredients:
-Vanilla ice cream
-oreo cookies, finely crushed
-fresh strawberries -fresh raspberries
-Chambord liqueur
-maraschino cherries
-whipped cream
-chocolate sprinkles

Preparation:
1. Scoop ice cream into balls and roll in oreo crumbs and freeze at least 4-6 hours
2. Take sliced strawberries, raspberries, a little sugar and about 1-2 T of Chambord. Cover and chill.
3. Place berry mixture in a martini or margarita glass, place ice cream on top, add whipped cream and cherry – sprinkle with chocolate

Notes: kid friendly – leave out Chambord

17 comments:

  1. If it has Chambord and Oreos in it, I'm making it!

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  2. My mouth is watering here! What an amazing dessert. I'd gladly be your guinea pig :D

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  3. Awesome! Thanks so much for sharing at Must Try Monday!

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  6. I love the addition of Chambord. It must really make this a little sophisticated. Please share this on my foodie friday party today.

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  7. Oh my, I'm drooling! Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it up Monday :)

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