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I'd been looking for something nice and summery to serve over cheesecake. This was perfect! I used Grand Marnier and a dash of sugar syrup to sweeten it just a bit. Excellent!
This was an easy and satisfying end to dinner. I thought it needed a little more sweetness, so I sprinkled with Splenda. Thanks for posting this easy and healthy keeper!
Hi kzbhansen ~ what a superb dessert! We made it with flashfrozen berries, the ones that are whole with no syrup or anything, we used Gran Marnier but instead of the whipped cream, we used Cool Whip. It tasted absolutely divine, am not kidding, we served it for an elegant brunch, made that way by your recipe. Thank you for posting...Diane
Sometimes simple is best. I didn't have orange liquor so I mixed some orange juice concentrate with 2 parts water and 1 part Rumptof (a German rum based fruit liquor). Let it sit an hour and voila, dessert. I served mine with sugar free fat-free vanilla pudding for a guilt free treat. With berries in full season, I'll be making this often.
This is a wonderful quick and easy dessert! Instead of cream I used organic vanilla yogurt. Thank you!
Not only was this quick and super easy to make, it was also every bit as scrumptious as you'd expect the tastiest of desserts to be. I used the full range of berries specified in the recipe and orange-flavoured liqueur. We loved the tartness of the lemon juice. We enjoyed this with creamy Greek yoghurt - instead of whipped cream.
I served this over angel food cake slices then topped with whipped cream, for a dessert at my small dinner get together this past weekend. I used the orange-flavor liqeuer, everyone enjoyed it very much, thanks Karen!...Kitten:)
This made a pretty presentation served on angelfood cake. My dh loved the flavors in this, but I didn't think it was quite sweet enough. When I make this again, I'll add in just a bit of sugar. Thanks for sharing!
Absolutly lushious! The hint of orange and lemon was perfect. I made it from berries from the freezer, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries, no strawberries frozen this year. We will be making this again, thanks for sharing a lovely dessert, may even use it for breakfast with out the whipped cream. YUM!