Fruits of the forest ice cream sundae

This fruits of the forest ice cream sundae with mango sorbet, whipped cream, freeze dried raspberries and lemon curd is a delicious mix of tangy, sweet, refreshing and creamy. We also added a ginger snap biscuit dipped in dark chocolate – heaven!

Kasper's sundae

Fruits of the forest ice cream sundae

zest from 1 orange
125g double cream (or thick coconut milk from a tin)
350g mixed berries (red and black currants, blackberries, raspberries, blueberries and cherries)
45g-55g raw honey, to taste – it will depend on the sweetness of your berries
45ml orange juice


  1. Whisk the double cream until soft peaks form. Stir in the orange zest and set aside. If using coconut cream (the thick part in a cooled tin of full-fat organic coconut milk), see the note below.
  2. Blend the berries, honey and orange juice in a blender until completely smooth. If you have the time, pass the mixture through a sieve and discard the seeds.
  3. Fold the cream into the smoothie mixture and freeze in an ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

If you don’t have a machine, pour the mixture into a stainless steel container and freeze for 45 minutes. The ice cream mix will start to freeze around the edges. Remove from freezer and whisk (use a handheld whisk if you have one), then return to the freezer. Repeat this process every 30 minutes for roughly 3 hours, or until the ice cream was frozen and has the desired consistency.

For coconut whipped cream:
Working quickly, scoop out the thick, firm coconut cream that will have set at the top of the tin when refrigerated for at least 8 hours, and place in a large bowl. (If you have the space, also place your mixing bowl in the freezer before you start.) Once you have scooped off all the cream, you will only have the watery coconut milk left in the tin, which you can add to smoothies or use in curries.
Using a handheld electric whisk on high speed, whisk the coconut cream for 3 to 5 minutes until it becomes fluffy and light, with soft peaks.

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