9 Reviews

So easy and so good -- a perfect endiing to a spicy meal. I didn't have any of the liquor so I used some extract instead -- delicious! This is great alone or would be a delicious topping for pound cake. Thanks Evelyn for posting this keeper desert recipe. We will be making this often this summer.

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ellie_ July 23, 2003

Wow what a delicious way to finish a good meal. My whole family loved this, and it was so easy :) Thank you for posting and I will make again. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Tag Game

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daisygrl64 August 08, 2009

I reduced this to a single serving and used my immersion blender to whip the cream. So easy and yummy!

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cookiedog July 09, 2007

Very easy to make and deelish! I used almond extract. The was the perfect dessert to serve after having spicy black bean soup for dinner. Made for ZWTIII

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Dreamgoddess July 09, 2007

Very tasty with good strawberries. I made it for just the husband and I and I'm glad because even though it tasted great, it looked kind of a mess and I'm glad I didn't have to serve it to company. It would look better in a really pretty tall glass with maybe some mint leaves. Fast to do and a different take on things we use all the time.

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Kasha June 17, 2007

Wow! My batch didn't look as pretty as the one in the picture (I think I had too much strawberry, and I didn't whip my cream enough), but boy did it taste good! I had really nice sweet strawberries, and I used the Chambord. I think this would have been good even without the Chambord, but I really liked the extra flavor that it added -- it complemented the berry flavor beautifully. Thanks for posting!

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Muffin Goddess June 16, 2007

amazing! made this with fresh strawberries just picked from my garden. I used vanilla extract instead of almond or the liqueur - my kids really enjoyed this. We will make this again! thanks for the post. ZWT 2007

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MA HIKER June 10, 2007

My Christmas Dessert!! Strawberries are in the Cairo shops just now, and we're talking locally-grown organic beauties!! To give them the Egyptian touch, I substituted the liqueur for rosewater, what a dream!! Thanks Evelyn for another success-story!

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Scots Lass/Cairo December 25, 2006

This delicious yet fast and easy recipe was a winner with us. It's plain old strawberries and cream taken to a new hight. I made the recipe as it except I used two cups of strawberries, it's all I had, but kept the quantity of the cream the same , I am glad I did. I also increased the icing sugar because my strawberries were abit tart. I used some raspberry essence in mine and it was really lovely. I will be making this recipe often. Thank you for sharing

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lemoncurd December 01, 2006
Crushed Strawberries and Cream