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Let’s Cook!- Fresh Berries with Whipped Cream

By January 27th, 20215 Comments

Let's Cook!- Fresh Berries with Whipped Cream

Fresh Berries with Grand Marnier Whipped Cream
Recipe By Chef Huda

Grand Marnier Whipped Cream

1 cup heavy cream
1 ounce Grand Marnier liqueur
2 tablespoons of confectioners’ sugar
4 oz of your favorite dark semi-sweet bar-grated chocolate

Fresh Berries
2 cups of fresh raspberry
2 cups of fresh blueberries
3 cups of fresh strawberries-sliced or quartered
1/4 cup Natural cane sugar
4 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon lemon zest-grated lemon peel

In a large bowl combine berries, lemon juice, sugar and lemon zest. Gently toss everything together and let set. The mixture will naturally create a delicious syrup from the berries.

Now for the Grand Marnier Whipped Cream. In a chilled medium bowl whisk together the heavy cream, sugar and Grand Marnier liqueur. Whisk until the mixture becomes firm and forms what are soft peak. When finished whisking place in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve.

Chef Huda’s Tips: Soft Peak is when the whipped cream is able to stand up on top of the whisk.

Now let’s make something Pretty and Delicious!

Place you berries in a bowl with a little syrup then top with your Grand Marnier whipped cream then grate your chocolate over your berries to finish this dessert. Now, all you have to do is Enjoy!

Chef Huda’s Healthy Tip: Berries are a delicious way to include vitamins C, vitamin A, vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, folate and potassium. Blueberries are especially high in antioxidants which can promote healthy hair.

Let's Cook!- Fresh Berries with Whipped Cream

Celebrity Chef Huda, owner of Pretty & Delicious, is a chef like no other, with an 1950’s Hollywood starlet flair, she has undeniable style and class, and a gift to create beautiful dishes that keep people craving more, She believes, “Not only should food taste good, food should be ‘Pretty and Delicious’ at all times.” Chef Huda’s delicious culinary creations have received national rave reviews from A-list Hollywood celebrities to Political Leaders. Multi-talented Chef Huda is also a food writer, food product reviewer, restaurant consultant and entertainment correspondent.


  • Anonymous says:

    I don't believe this could ever be low-cal or low-fat unless you used Splenda or FF Cool-Whip (urgh! o_0 )

    I didn't know coconut milk would whip! Thanks for the tip!

  • Anonymous says:

    This looks awesome!

  • Anonymous says:

    I wonder what the calorie content of this would be. The heavy cream and the sugar bothers me a bit. Is there anyway to substitute these ingredients for a lower saturated fat and calorie alternative and still get the same result?

  • Anonymous says:

    Best thing about this post is she didnt add that
    condescending "wash your hands" line. What are we, animals?

  • Mixdup says:

    A good lactose free version of the whipped topping would be to use Coconut Milk. I put a can in the refrigerator overnight and in the morning I spoon the contents into a bowl, add a dash of cinnamon and blend like i would whipping cream. It comes out the same consistency and has a light coconut flavor. Deelish.

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