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Raspberry Crunch Sundae A Yummy Breakfast

Raspberry Crunch Sundae A Yummy Breakfast Or Afternoon Treat. Fancy making a yummy Raspberry Crunch Sundae?

Perfect for breakfast or an afternoon treat.

Raspberry Crunch Sundae A Yummy Breakfast Or Afternoon Treat
Raspberry Crunch Sundae A Yummy Breakfast Or Afternoon Treat

Raspberry Crunch Sundae A Yummy Breakfast Or Afternoon Treat.

How To Make An Raspberry Crunch Sundae:

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Serves: 4 people

Ingredients For The Muesli Crunch: 

For The Topping:

How To Make:

1. Begin by making the muesli crunch, place the muesli, sugar and water into a shallow frying pan and cook for 2 minutes until the sugar has dissolved and it starts to caramelise. Tip: watch carefully to ensure the mixture does not burn. Set aside and cool.

2. Spoon the Rachel’s Organic Greek Style Natural yogurt, whiskey and soft brown sugar into a bowl, gently whisk until glossy and smooth.

3. Break up the muesli crunch into small pieces. Place some raspberries in the bottom of a glass then generously spoon the cream mixture on top followed by the muesli crunch. Repeat the layers; fruit, cream and muesli crunch again.

Raspberry Crunch Sundae A Yummy Breakfast Or Afternoon Treat
Raspberry Crunch Sundae A Yummy Breakfast Or Afternoon Treat

Raspberry Crunch Sundae A Yummy Breakfast Or Afternoon Treat.

Recipe and recipe photography courtesy of Rachel’s

What do you think of this Raspberry Crunch Sundae recipe?

Fancy trying it?

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8 responses to “Raspberry Crunch Sundae A Yummy Breakfast”

  1. Cheryl says:

    Yum that does sound good. Raspberries are always a winner. #MMBC

  2. Serenity You says:

    This looks and sounds so nice. I really love raspberry's and this would make a yummy breakfast #MMBC

  3. Kim Carberry says:

    I'm not good at eating breakfast but I think I could manage this. It looks so good. #MMBC

  4. Megan Chamberlin says:

    This looked so delicious it, I featured it in my roundup at Merry Monday tonight! Thanks for sharing!

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