Pineapple Cherry Icebox Cake Recipe
Eduardo Joven | Dec 23, 2013
You can make this Pineapple Cherry Icebox Cake anytime without the hassle of baking. You just have to assemble the ingredients and instead of the oven, just put it in the refrigerator for 6 hours or overnight and serve, that simple.
1 pack (200g) Graham Honey Crackers or Ladyfingers “Broas” 2 cans (300g) or 3 packs (250ml) Nestle All-purpose Cream, chilled 1 can (387g) Sweetened Condensed Milk, chilled 1 1/2 cups pineapple chunks, drained and roughly chopped 1 can Cherry Pie Filling, drained and reserved ¼ cup of cherry syrup and ½ cup of cherry compote, to decorate A pinch of salt
Drain pineapple chunks and cherry pie filling separately. Chop the pineapple chunks roughly and set aside. Reserved ¼ cup of cherry syrup and another ½ cup of cherry compote for decorating later. Place the drain cherry in a small bowl and mashed lightly with a fork or leave as it is if you prefer a big cherry chunks. In a large bowl mix together chilled all-purpose cream, condensed milk and reserved cherry syrup and mix well to combine. Add in drained pineapples, cherries and a pinch of salt and mix well to combine. Arrange pieces of graham crackers or ladyfingers to cover the bottom of 8×8 glass pan or 10×8 glass pan or any similar pan you have. Divide the cream mixture into 3 equal parts, approximately 2 cups. Spread one part of cream mixture on top of the first layer and spread evenly. Arrange another layer of graham crackers or ladyfingers on top of the cream mixture and cover evenly. Then add another cream mixture and spread lightly and evenly, do not put pressure on the layer or it will disarranged. Arrange the last layer of graham evenly and spread the remaining cream mixture and smoothen the top with a spatula. Crush remaining cracker and sprinkle on top and decorate with the reserved cherry compote and refrigerate for about 6 hours or overnight. Let the cake set completely before you slice, serve and enjoy.
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