By Perfect Pixie on August 07, 2006
Photo by Mama's Kitchen (Hope)
Photo by Mama's Kitchen (Hope)
"Whenever my brother and I ask anyone if they want this for desert, they are like "excuse me", and our jaws drop. Tthey have never had this before. It is an all-time classic, easy desert in our family."
Serving Size: 1 (287 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Used strawberries in this in place of raspberries. I have a family that DOES eat sweetened, condensed milk the way your grandfather does and so it was mightily enjoyed."
"Was out of fresh whipping cream and thought, hey why not? It worked out well! I would have liked to make a dessert with my raspberries and scm, but this was just as delicious and much simpler. Easy and quick, I might have to try this with other berries!"
"I would feed this to company, seriously. You can use any berries, I used blackberries. Simple, yummy."
"Wow, what a decadent yet semi-healthy dessert. I tried it tonight with raspberries and blueberries and some fat-free condensed milk. This was a great idea, and I will probably be trying it again tomorrow night :)"
"This is on my Favorite Foods list now. Simple country comfort food. I haven't tried it with raspberries yet since they're not in season, but I've tried strawberries and blueberries and bananas. I've been looking for something to help kick my ice cream addiction and this does the trick! I keep a container of Kittencal's "sweetened condensed milk" in the fridge for this. A few less calories and much cheaper. You don't need much, just a couple teaspoons :) This makes a great breakfast on a hot morning, a sweet snack or a lovely dessert! Thank you Perfect Pixie!!"
"This is my all time favorite summer dessert! I also like blueberries or strawberries...I guess I should say this is delicious with ANY type of berries!"
"Yummy!! I like to make this recipe without the raspberries. LOL.... Condensed milk is soooo good on anything."
"How funny! This, too, is a favorite dessert of all my sisters and me. Only difference is we used strawberries, so I'm sure raspberries would be just as good. My grandma used to make this simple treat for us as a simple summer dessert when we came to visit! YUM-O!"
"Sinful! MMMM Sinful! What a marriage of two yummy things. This made a great dessert- and even some leftover for breakfast! hehehe I used regular sweetened condensed milk and said to heck with the fat! We only live once! This was so worth it! Thanks Pixie! ZWT 3"
"I tried to reduce the calories in this recipe by using non-fat evaporated milk with a sugar substitute. Unfortunately it did not turn out very well, so I strongly recommend that you use the sweetened condensed milk as recommended and it should turn out quite tasty. I will try this again asap, meanwhile I will rate without stars. I'm sorry!"
"I was at my favorite local farmer's market yesterday, so I picked up a container of some lovely red raspberries for this recipe. I didn't use more than maybe a quarter of the can of sweetened condensed milk, but that was mostly because the raspberries were fairly sweet ones. Mom and I really enjoyed this as a light follow-up to our seafood dinner. Thanks for posting!"
"Liked it ! I did things slighly differently as DH and kids weren't sure if they would like it and didn't want everything drizzled with the condensed milk. I put an entire punnett of raspberries into condensed milk and then served those out on top of another punnet of plain raspberries so that they were a nice sweet centre to the dessert. Generally we are used to eating raspberries plain, no added sweetness of any kind so we all thought while it was very nice, but that a little goes a long way. I *know* for a fact that my late Dutch Oma would have inhaled this recipe.. she was used to putting condensed milk into her coffee and adored the stuff... We tend to like it in smaller doses. This was a lovely dessert, that was good to try..and gets a lovely 3 stars. Thanks!"