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Macerated Berries With Whipped Cream

Macerated Berries With Whipped Cream created by Chabear01

This is a wonderful summertime dessert. So delicious with a nice glass of sparkling wine. This is also great served with some dark chocolate. From The Wine Club cookbook. Serve the berries in a white wine glass for a nice presentation. If you do not have rose water you can flavor the whipped cream with vanilla or lemon extract.

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  • Place the raspberries and blueberries in separate bowls. Sprinkle each with 2 tablespoons of sugar and 1 tablespoon of sparkling wine. Gently toss the berries; let stand at room temperature for 1 hour.
  • Meanwhile, chill a medium mixing bowl and the beaters of an electric mixer.
  • In chilled bowl beat the whipping cream, confectioner's sugar and the rose water until soft peaks form.
  • In wine glass layer raspberries, whipped cream and blueberries. Fill glasses half full.
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"This is a wonderful summertime dessert. So delicious with a nice glass of sparkling wine. This is also great served with some dark chocolate. From The Wine Club cookbook. Serve the berries in a white wine glass for a nice presentation. If you do not have rose water you can flavor the whipped cream with vanilla or lemon extract."
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  1. Chabear01
    Macerated Berries With Whipped Cream Created by Chabear01
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  2. Chabear01
    Made for 09 Fall PAC, exactly as called for in recipe. Used Lemon extract instead of RoseWater, and used a tad bit of Lemon Zest to the top for color and added flavor. This is really a refreshing dessert, and would serve this after a heavy meal of pasta or such. Can also see this being served as a 4th of July dessert since the Red,White, and Blue are a perfect combination for that holiday. If serving to children I might add a touch more confectioners sugar, since the child who sampled it said "good, but not sweet enough" LOL. Thank you Susie for a keeper.
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  3. Chabear01
    Made for 09 Fall PAC, exactly as called for in recipe. Used Lemon extract instead of RoseWater, and used a tad bit of Lemon Zest to the top for color and added flavor. This is really a refreshing dessert, and would serve this after a heavy meal of pasta or such. Can also see this being served as a 4th of July dessert since the Red,White, and Blue are a perfect combination for that holiday. If serving to children I might add a touch more confectioners sugar, since the child who sampled it said "good, but not sweet enough" LOL. Thank you Susie for a keeper.
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  4. susie cooks
    This is a wonderful summertime dessert. So delicious with a nice glass of sparkling wine. This is also great served with some dark chocolate. From The Wine Club cookbook. Serve the berries in a white wine glass for a nice presentation. If you do not have rose water you can flavor the whipped cream with vanilla or lemon extract.
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