Strawberries are in season here in Trinidad and I bought a big box of them. Liked the looks of this and so glad I gave it a try. Easy and so fresh tasting, not to sweet and so pretty to look at. This will be a favorite of mine when ever I find great, fresh looking strawberrries.
Very good! I used 1/3 reduced fat cream cheese and a little splenda and truvia instead of the powdered sugar. Yum yum!
This was really good. I added chocolate shaving in the middle and on the top for a little extra flavor.
Delicious served over fresh strawberries and would be good with pound cake too. Very easy!
TO DIE FOR!!! I sprinkled on some chocolate shavings and popped a chocolate Pirouette wafer inside. So elegant looking in the wine glasses. Even the name has elegance! What a beautiful dessert. Simply scrumptious...
Excellent! This was indeed very straightforward and easy to make. It was certainly sweet enough for me, without overpowering the strawberries. I used 1/3 fat cream cheese to lighten it up, and that did not seem to alter the taste. Also - this makes a lot of cream! I halved the recipe and still had enough for four servings!
The cream wasn't as sweet as I wanted it to be. I added double the powdered sugar and it still wasn't enough so I dumped the cream and strawberries into a blender with some milk in an attempt to save it by making a strawberry shake...well, it ended up tasting like good strawberry whip cream, so I think I may whip up an angel food cake and serve it with that.
So delish and simple! I used Splenda and Truvia for the sweetener to cut the sugar, but otherwise followed the plan. I whipped the cream maybe a little too long - I ended up with a pretty stiff mixture (though it still tasted fabulous). But I just sliced up the berries and made a parfait out of it. So it's versatile too. Thanks for posting!
This lovely dessert was so easy to put together. We all loved it ,including the picky 4-year old! Thanks for sharing!