"A quick and elegant strawberry dessert made with fresh strawberries and an irresistible cream sauce. It looks as good as it tastes!" — Alexandra Romanov
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1 1/2 cups
vanilla ice cream, softened
sweetened whipped cream
orange flavored liqueur, or to taste
fresh strawberries, hulled
mint leaves, for garnish
shaved semisweet chocolate, for garnish
I served this at a shower and finally wrote down the recipe, made copies and handed them out--that's how many times I was asked for the recipe. It is delicious and also makes a beautiful presentation. I used tub whipped topping--so if you make it exactly as written, it will be even better! YUM!
I'm not sure why, but the cream mixture melted a lot and it turned out really soupy. They tasted okay, but I will probably not make this again.
Very rich, creamy sauce. I tried it with coffee liquer instead of orange liquer, and I expect it would also be excellent with a touch of rum, vanilla liquer, irish cream, etc. Try serving it in martini glasses.
My family enjoyed this treat outdoors after a great meal - what a treat! We've never had the "real" version so we didn't know the difference. We all thought it was delicious and elegant served in wine glasses. I'll definitely make it again when strawberries are in season!
This is my favourite dessert!
Not as good as the original. I served this, and my guests were really disappointed.
This was "so-so" and certainly not worthy of serving to dinner guests. It wasn't awful, but I won't use it again.
Didn't care for this one. It was too tart tasting and the flavors just didn't meld together. Look nice though in the parfait glasses.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 312
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