Ambrosia

A recipe that’s fit for the gods, food gods that is; but remember this, a little bit goes along way. Usually this dish is served on holidays, other festive occasions, or when entertaining and you want to show off.

Now don’t get excited but some folks call it a salad, while others a dessert, and yet others serve it as a palate cleanser between courses. No matter how YOU serve it, and that’s what’s important, it’s good any time you’re feeling YOU want something that’s tasty, mouthwatering scrumptious and easy to make! Bon Appetit!

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Instructions
  1. Arrange in layers and top with coconut.
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