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Chocolate Brownie Raspberry Sundae

Raspberries are red, chocolate is yummy, I'll make you this sundae, because I love you mummy!

Looks decadent, but only 6 ProPoints per serve.
Looks decadent, but only 6 ProPoints per serve.


1 cup(s) frozen raspberries, (120g), thawed

1 tbs icing sugar

4 individual Weight Watchers Brownies, Belgian Chocolate

2 tub(s) Weight Watchers , Ice Cream Mini Cups, Berry Mudslide

2 tub(s) Weight Watchers , Ice Cream Mini Cups, White Chocolate and Raspberry

60 g fresh raspberries

1 funsize Cadbury Cherry Ripe 


1. Using a food processor, process the raspberries and sugar until smooth. Push the puree through a sieve and discard the seeds.

2. Break two brownies in half and divide between 4 serving glasses. Top with 4 scoops of the Berry Mudslide ice-cream. Drizzle with half the raspberry puree. Repeat layering with the remaining brownies, white chocolate raspberry ice-cream and raspberry puree.

3. Top with the fresh raspberries and chocolate bar. Serve immediately.

Tip: For a softer texture, heat the brownies for 30 seconds or until just warm in the microwave before assembling the dish.


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