Mmmm! Totally addicting! The name alone makes you want to kick back with this treat. I made just as directed and what I didn't eat during my mixing and testing :oops:, I served up in short stemmed glasses. My only change next time would be to make a second recipe using orange juice so my kids could enjoy it too. I was washing up the beater when I turned around to find my toddler dipping a berry! So I quickly gave her plain sour cream so she could dip all she wanted! :) Thanks for sharing, Mama! This was delish! Made & enjoyed for Rhapsody in Rouge! "A French Strawberry Fair in May" in the French Forum. http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=332939&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=0 UPDATE: Since I still had some of this from last night leftover I used it as a topping for Little Lemon Pound Cake for 2 and Red Ruby Strawberry Sauce. Delicious!
Very good. It was like Grand Marnier cheesecake, without the fuss.
Instead of Grand Marnier I used orange juice. My DH enjoyed this very as a dip with his bowl of strawberries.
I tried this instead of my old standby which is similar, calling for brown sugar and brandy. I have also made it when I did not have cream cheese, and it was just as delicious, but thinnner. I,too, increased the grand marnier. When I make my old standby, I use 1/4 cup of the liquor. Thanks for this great variation!
Delicious dip for luscious, red strawberries. I doubled the amount of Grand Marnier cause I found the flavour didn't really come through enough with 2 tblsps. The dip was still nice and thick and complemented the strawberries beautifully.