It looks good. Doesn’t it.

Well, I had some leftover pasta flora, some leftover whipping cream, cherries and apricots since last Tuesday when I went to the farmers” market and just a little bit of ice cream in the freezer.

I pitted the cherries and apricots and pureed them in the food processor. I added a thin slice of pasta flora as the base of the dessert, 2 spoonfuls of whipping cream, 2 spoonfuls of pureed fruit and a spoonful of ice cream et voila.

Prices are going up every day so nothing must be wasted. A little imagination is enough to make new recipes either savory or desserts out of our leftovers.

This is a word I have been using a lot lately.

I have posted another recipe today, so don’t skip it…

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  1. Ο/Η Peter G λέει:

    It’s very true that prices are going up every day. And imagination does play a big part in cooking like this. Great idea Ivy with the leftovers and very inventive.

  2. Ο/Η Ivy λέει:

    Val, I didn’t intend to publish this but I just wanted to point out how important it is not to waste any food. If the cherries and apricots were not eaten today (the children wanted ice cream) they would be wasted. I had the whipping cream from yesterday and Pasta Flora 2 or 3 days ago.

    Peter, what are doing up this time of the day. It must be really early in Sydney, isn’t it?
    Thanks for your comment.

  3. Ο/Η Lulu λέει:

    Very creative, Ivy, and very pretty! I hate the idea of wasting food!

  4. Ο/Η Sweet & Simple Bakes λέει:

    Great way Ivy to use left-overs I just hate to waste food too!

    Rosie x

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