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This was EXACTLY what I was looking for. My DH and I eat totally sugar free, and this made for some very easy substitutions (including the maple syrup and the Kahlua) and it tastes absolutely wonderful. I opted not to roast the strawberries, but just served them marinated, topped with the roasted pecans and the Kahlua Cream. I can't say enough good things about this recipe. THANK YOU!!

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Suzy-Q Cooks April 16, 2008

WOW! This is so terrific and so easy and everyone thinks I'm a gourmet chef! I used Bailey's instead of Kaluha because that's what I had, and I think I'll use it every time. (I also doubled the Bailey's, which I think I'd do again...) I stopped with the sauce because I didn't think the balsamic mixture would match up with blueberries I was trying to use. But if I had a cookbook named easy, delicious, elegant make-ahead desserts worthy of guests, I would save this recipe in there! Thanks for posting!

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Wish I Could Cook July 23, 2009

I hafted the recipe and there was just enough for 5 of us and we all thoroughly enjoyed, I just marinated the strawberries and served in wine glasses, thank you Leggy Peggy made for Make My Recipe.

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I'mPat May 08, 2014

Sinful and so divine!<br/>I did not roast the strawberries, but that was the only thing I changed.<br/>We loved this wonderful desert here and the family adore strawberries but adding this cream, just take it one step to perfection!

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Tisme April 05, 2014

The Kailua Cream was pure sin. I topped a piece of pound cake with the strawberries and Kailua cream. It was so good I had to restrain myself from getting seconds. I used the pancake syrup that I had on hand. It was so good. I am going to prepare this dish again.

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Miss Fannie May 16, 2013

I halved this recipe, for myself, and my neighbor. Left out the mint, and used 3 tablespoons sugar. I did roast the strawberries, as they turned real well. The marinade/topping was absolutely one of the best. This would make for an excellent dessert for families and company. Made for Best of Cookbook tag 2011.

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weekend cooker January 17, 2012

Wonderfully delicious dessert! I am so happy that strawberries are available all year long so we can have this any time of the year. The Kahlua cream is wonderful and the balsamic takes the strawberries over the top! Would be a great entertaining dessert as well! Will definitely make this again! Made for the AUS/NZ tag, January, 2012.

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Nancy's Pantry January 04, 2012

Love, love loved this dessert! The balsamic works really well with the Kahlua cream. I used light cream cheese, French Vanilla Kahlua and subbed hazelnuts because I was out of pecans. Definite keeper. Thanks Peggy! Made for PAC Fall 2008.

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AmandaInOz September 30, 2008

Fabulous!!! I loved the Kahlua Cream - I added a tad more Kahlua than given and that was a good thing, lol. I had some really fresh strawberries from a local farm and they were just so yummy with the kahlua cream. This would be a perfect dessert for company on a hot summer night. Very easy to do and pretty much make ahead! Made for the Babes of ZWT4.

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Kim127 July 09, 2008

Aussie/NZ Swap #18: Decadent treat!! Love the flavors together!

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Mom2Rose July 05, 2008
Strawberries With Kahlua Cream