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Dom Pedro

Dom Pedro is a divine, drinking dessert with an ice-cream base which can be served as not only a drink, but for dessert as well

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Dom Pedro ~ thick and smooth, BEST drinking boozy, ice-cream based dessert !

You will find this absolutely decadent drink on just about any South-African restaurant’s dessert menu.

It is however a little different from restaurant to restaurant in that some use Amarula Liqueur and others would use Kahlua Liqueur.

I prefer Amarula as I think it is the most wonderful, exotic liqueur around !

It has been said that the Marula fruit (the overripe fruits) falls from the trees in the wild.

The elephants then eat it and well, let’s just say they’re a happy bunch after a Marula treat !

This is one of the easiest desserts which you can drink, although you might get a light bout of brain-freeze should you drink too quickly.

Dom Pedro ~ thick and smooth, BEST drinking boozy, ice-cream based dessert !

So thick and frothy ! One really just want to sip away after a hearty meal !

Dom Pedro ~ thick and smooth, BEST drinking boozy, ice-cream based dessert !

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You might also like a chocolatey, minty version of this popular drink >>> Choc-Mint Dom Pedro !

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Dom Pedro

Yield: 4 Servings

Dom Pedro

Dom Pedro

Dom Pedro is a divine, drinking dessert cocktail with an ice-cream base which can be served as not only a drink, but for dessert as well

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 4 cups Vanilla Ice-Cream slightly softened
  • 1/2 cup Amarula Liqueur or Kahlua
  • 3/4 cup Fresh Cream (double cream/thick cream)
  • 1 Flake Chocolate Bar crumbled (or any shaved Chocolate)

Instructions

    1. Place the Ice-Cream, Liqueur and Cream in a blender – blitz until combined

    2. Pour into serving glasses and sprinkle with Chocolate flakes/crumbs

Notes

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Nutrition Information

Yield

4 Servings

Serving Size

1

Amount Per Serving Calories 598Total Fat 34gSaturated Fat 21gTrans Fat 1gUnsaturated Fat 10gCholesterol 111mgSodium 127mgCarbohydrates 49gFiber 1gSugar 45gProtein 7g

Nutrition value is not always accurate

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Dom Pedro ~ thick and smooth, BEST drinking boozy ice-cream based dessert !

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Fernando

Saturday 6th of February 2021

The name is Don Pedro. Don is a polite way to say Mr.

Linda Nortje

Sunday 7th of February 2021

Fernando, yes that is true when used as a Spanish Don. However, in South-Africa we use DOM Pedro ( noun phrase ) and it is derived from the Latin Dominus which is also Master of a household, therefore the Portuguese Dom means more or less the same as the Spanish Don 😊 (different countries, different spellings)

Alison Agnew

Thursday 27th of February 2014

Looks like a delicious, icy treat! Would love for you to share at Fridays Unfolded this week!

AlisonNancherrow

Clairejustine oxox

Monday 24th of February 2014

Oh wow, yes please :) these look amazingly yummy ... thanks for sharing at Creative Mondays...

Natasha In Oz

Sunday 23rd of February 2014

Oh wow, that looks amazing! I just pinned this to try soon. Thanks for sharing this at the Say G'day Saturday linky party!

Best wishes,Natasha in Oz

Ken Goh

Sunday 23rd of February 2014

Linda, it looks so good.... Have the urge to try....It must be creamy... Thanks for sharing 4 seasons blog hop. Cheers and have a nice day.

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