Drambuie Cream With Fresh Raspberries

"I think this is a Julia Aitken recipe. So easy to make and perfect for a summer dessert. If you do not have fresh raspberries you can substitute fresh sliced strawberries or blueberries. Also, the amount of sweet can be adjusted to taste. Enjoy........"
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  • Put a large bowl plus beaters in the freezer and chill about 15 minutes.
  • In a small bowl, whisk together marmalade, Drambuie and sugar until most of the sugar is dissolved.
  • Pour cream into chilled bowl and beat on high speed just until it starts to thicken. Grandually beat in marmalade mixture continuing to beat until soft peaks form.
  • Reserve 12 raspberries for garnish.
  • Divide remaining raspberries between 6 pretty serving dishes.
  • Spoon cream mixture over raspberries.
  • Serve garnished with mint.

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