I serve this when there are children around and they love it; given the amount of children now being stricken with type 2 diabetes, this dessert can become a staple sweet for you and yourchildren.
Bring the passionfruit, water and honey to the boil. Simmer for at least 5 minutes, then cool.
Whisk the custard and yoghurt together well and fold in the cooled passionfruit. Freeze in a 20cm loaf tin for 2 hours.
Remove from freezer and spoon into food processor; work into a smooth paste, return to tin and freeze until solid and ready to use. If not using immediately, cover with cling wrap or a lid to prevent freezer flavours developing.
Serve in balls shaped with an ice-cream scoop.
This recipe requries a minimum of 6 hours Freezer time.
This recipe is from ‘Healthy Living & Entertaining’ by Peter Howard. RRP $35.00. New Holland Publishers.
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