- 100 grams raw sugar (or sugar of your choice)
- 250 grams whipping cream
- 250 grams thick coconut cream
- 3 egg yolks
- 400 grams peach flesh cubed and frozen
- 40 grams raw sugar
- 1 egg white
- 400 grams peach flesh cubed and frozen, (use less peaches for a thinner layer)
Place all ingredients into the Thermomix.
Cook 5 min at 80 degrees on speed 4
Pour mixture into a non stick lamington or loaf tin.
The "Dream Bars" can be made in either shaped tin.
The lamington tin will give thinner layers than the loaf tin.
Freeze for 2-3 hours till the mixture is firm but not frozen.
Remove from freezer.
Cut up into medium sized piecesand return to the Thermomix bowl.
Mix for 20 sec on speed 9 to break down the pieces and then 10 sec speed 4
using the spatula to assist.
Pour the icecream back into the tray and return to freezer till frozen.
Place sugar in bowl and pulverise 10 sec on speed 9
Place frozen peaches into the Thermomix bowl.
Grind for 20 sec speed 9 using the spatula to assist
till you have the consistency of frozen paste.
Add egg white.
Mix for 5 sec speed 6 to mix.
Insert the butterfly over the blades.
Whip for 1-2 min speed 4 depending on how fluffy you want the mix.
The longer you mix the lighter the color,
so to keep the peachy color don't whip too long.
Spread this over the layer of coconut icecream.
Return the tray to the freezer.
Place frozen peach chunks into Thermomix.
Grind for 20 sec speed 9.
Use the spatula to scrape down the bowl.
Continue to blend on speed 5-6 for another 20 sec (or longer) until you have a smooth frozen paste.
Spread the paste on top of the sorbet layer.
Return the tray to the freezer for a few hours till all layers are frozen.
Remove the tray from the freezer and sit at
room temperature for a few minutes to allow the edges
to thaw enough to come out of the tray.
Alternatively wipe the edges of the tin with a hot cloth until the edges thaw.
Turn out onto a chopping board.
Use a large sharp knife to cut into bars.
You should be able to cut 12 slices from a loaf tin
and 12 bars from a lamington tin.
Serve on a platter at an informal gathering or wrap the lower half
of the bar in paper wrap for a special frozen treat to eat in your hands.
Have frozen peaches ready in the freezer and make each layer
over the course of a few hours after each layer has frozen.
Experiment with your favorite fruit for a different frozen treat.
This recipe was provided to you by a Thermomix ® customer and has not been tested by Vorwerk Thermomix ® or Thermomix ® in Australia and New Zealand.
Vorwerk Thermomix ® and Thermomix ® in Australia and New Zealand assume no liability, particularly in terms of ingredient quantities used and success of the recipes.
Please observe the safety instructions in the Thermomix ® instruction manual at all times.
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