Blondies with Macerated Raspberries, Rosé and Raspberry Ice-cream

Serves six / Preparation time 25 minutes, plus freezing time / Cooking time 30 minutes

Ingredients
For the blondies
  • Raspberries 100g
  • Warwick First Lady Rosé 125ml
  • Butter 100g
  • Good quality white chocolate 150g
  • Free-range egg x 1
  • Condensed milk 1 x 410g tin
  • Vanilla extract 5ml
  • Sea salt 5ml
  • Cake flour 180g, sieved
For the ice-cream
  • Corn on the cob x 6
  • Good quality vanilla ice cream 1L
  • Raspberries 100g
  • Warwick First Lady Rosé 125ml
Method
  1. Start by preparing the ice cream: place ice cream in a mixing bowl and leave out for 20 – 25 minutes to soften a little at room tempera-ture. Once a consistency is reached that is just soft enough to mix, blend in the raspberries and Warwick First Lady Rosé.
  2. Place the ice-cream back in the freezer and beat with a whisk or a spatula every half hour, for 2 hours. Leave to freeze overnight, or until firm again.
  3. Make the blondies by macerating the raspberries in the Warwick First Lady Rosé.
  4. Next, melt the butter and the white chocolate together in a heat resistant bowl over gently simmering water (be sure to not let the bowl touch the surface of the water), stirring continuously.
  5. Once the mixture has melted and amalgamated, whisk in the egg. Follow with the condensed milk and vanilla extract and lastly fold in the dry ingredients.
  6. Pour the mixture into a lined and greased baking tray (20cm x 20cm) and bake in a preheated oven for 25 – 30 minutes, or until the blondie feels firm, but slightly soft in the centre.
  7. Set aside to cool and serve with the ice cream.

We can do this,
if we do it together.

Warwick Estate will be closed from 27 March to 16 April due to the #21daylockdown.
That means the farm is closed to wine tastings and gourmet picnics. 

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