Festive dessert neck cancer

Learn how to make an easy festive dessert for neck cancer.

Festive dessert neck cancer
2 or 3 berry fluff can be altered to what you can manage to swallow.

Now you can make a simple but delicious dessert in the matter of minutes. A festive dessert for head and neck cancer patients. All you have to do is select the berries. Omit blueberry if you can’t tolerate skins and push the fruit through fine sieve to remove seeds.

Here’s how you can do that

Not everyone of us can eat watermelon. In Australia it is very popular over Christmas and during the hotter months. Take advantage of this summer fruit by turning watermelon into sorbet. My recipe is here and I shave it and add it as an accompaniment to the berry fluff. Garnish with mint for a festive vibe.

3 Berry Fluff (Keto Friendly) with shaved watermelon & rose water sorbet (optional)

1 individual serve

2 medium – large strawberries

8 blueberries

6 blackberries

50 grams full fat cream cheese

½ cup full fat heavy cream

¼ teaspoon vanilla essence (optional)

Stevia to taste (optional)

Wash berries in vinegar solution and remove any stems.

I do this whilst they are in their plastic containers and pop a piece of paper towel on the bottom of the container and repack them. They keep longer in the fridge and the vinegar removes any pathogens.

Place berries in a blender with all the ingredients and blend until light and fluffy.

Refrigerate in a serving bowl until needed.

Watermelon & Rosewater sorbert

Here is a link to my sorbet recipe. Don’t be put off by the word sorbet. It is not difficult. You need a freezer and a bowl and spoon. Here’s more detail

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