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Very Good! I subbed mangos for the apricots and used agar-agar in place of the gelatin, but was quite happy with the tasty result. I'm not sure what I was expecting, but I ended up with a mango-flavored whipped cream. Perhaps if I would have used more agar-agar it would have turned into more a mango cream jello. But no matter, I liked it just the way it was. And as easy as it was to do, I think I'm going to keep this in mind as a topping option instead of plain whipped cream.

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Wish I Could Cook November 13, 2010

A light cool dessert. This is straightforward to make, but with the whipped cream and raw sugar garnish, can be quite elegant. I used peach (pêche) since it was in season. I'd probably reduce the sugar in the creme a little next time. I was a little uncertain at the instruction to "cool". I went ahead and chilled it in the refrigerator, rather than cooling on the counter. It took about an hour and a half to get to a thick enough consistency to fold in the whipped cream.

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realbirdlady June 01, 2009
Apricot and Orange Cream (Cream Aux Abricots Et Oranges