By twissis on February 14, 2007
"Originally conceived as an RSC #9 contest entry, this dessert recipe has simplicity as the heart of its appeal and combines it with an easy, make-ahead method to reach a special outcome. It is easily halved to serve 2, is bold with the flavor of Grand Mariner and is certain to convince your family or guests you have slaved for them. (Time does not include time for fruit to soak in Grand Marnier)"
Serving Size: 1 (195 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"I made this to share with my family on Easter. While the kids did not go for it (didn't really think they would) most of the adults enjoyed it. (The one that didn't enjoy it is pickier than the kids.) I made an icing for it with some of the leftover juice and some icing sugar. I also added in some orange zest. The flavour overall was rather nice. I really liked it with the icing though. I felt that the sweetness of the icing really brought along the overall flavour. This was easy to make despite how lengthy it looks. My step-daughter helped me and we had a lot of fun making the little "castles". I made smaller circles and thus had filling leftover. No worries though, it tastes GREAT on toasted whole grain bagels! :) Thanks for a great recipe and a wonderful experience!"
"I really enjoyed this dessert last night after dinner. It was easy to make . Thank you for such a wonderful recipe."