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Every other year, or so, we like to travel with a small group of our best friends. There’s nothing better than enjoying a fun, sunny vacation with great people, learning about new cultures and taking a break from your everyday life.
One of the things I love most about our trips is that we get to try all kinds of exotic dishes. I love finding new spices and flavors that I can later incorporate into our dinner routine at home. I often bring home spice mixes and recipes I’ve received from the locals – it’s a wonderful way to look back and remember all the people you got to know during your vacation.
This recipe is originally from Peru! I haven’t been there myself but a friend of mine has, and she said this was the most delicious ice cream she ever had in her life. To be exact, this is a parfait, but we call it the Peruvian ice cream in our family. Everyone loves it!
You can tweak the recipe to your taste and possible food allergies – for example I’ve tried soy cream instead of regular heavy cream, for a friend who is lactose intolerant. The best part is, you don’t need an ice cream machine to make this!
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Quick Tip: Adjust the amount of sugar depending on how sweet the fruit puree is.