guest post at ‘ang sarap’. [blackberry fool w. cayenne]

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I was recently asked to guest blog for one of my favorite food bloggers, Raymund from Ang Sarap. I was truly honored when I received his e-mail. Head over to Ang Sarap to check out my guest post.

Since it’s been an insanely busy and hectic work week, I’m anticipating a relaxing weekend ahead. Unfortunately, that meant I had to put cooking and blogging on the back burner. I did, however, find time to whip up this simple and gorgeous blackberry fool–healthy for a dessert, too. ;) Are you catching onto this theme over the past few weeks? Well, we’ll see how long that lasts. ;)

Recipe:

1 1/2 cups fresh blackberries

1/4 tsp. cayenne, plus more to taste

3 tbsp. light brown sugar

1 tsp. fresh lime juice

1 cup heavy whipping cream

1 1/2 tbsp. confectioner’s sugar

1/2 tsp. vanilla extract

Directions:

Set a medium mesh sieve over a medium bowl. Use the back of a wooden spoon to push 1 cup of the blackberries and cayenne powder through the sieve, smearing the berries back and forth across the mesh until only seeds and pulp remain. Scrape any puree from the bottom of the sieve. Whisk the brown sugar and lime juice into the puree.

In the bowl of a stand mixer, combine the cream, confectioner’s sugar and vanilla and beat and high-speed until soft peaks form, about 2 minutes.

Pour the blackberry mixture into glass dessert bowls or cups and top with the remaining blackberries.

Recipe adapted from Fine Cooking Magazine.

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  • http://dinnersdishesanddesserts.com Erin @ Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts

    What a fun twist with the cayenne! Have a great weekend!

  • http://myinnerchick.com My Inner Chick

    Beautifully & Gorgeously presented. I want some. NOW. xx

    cayenne? Interesting.

  • http://chicaandaluza.wordpress.com Chica Andaluza

    How unusual – think I would really like this! Congrats on your guest post :)

  • http://www.theslowroasteditalian.blogspot.com/ donna @ theslowroasteditalian

    Oh, I love cayenne in desserts! This looks amazing.

  • http://sportsglutton.wordpress.com Jed Gray (sportsglutton)

    A little cayenne does a body good. ;-)

  • http://twitter.com/LisaNutrition Smart Food and Fit (@LisaNutrition)

    I’m intrigued by the cayenne in this dessert recipe! I must try this! Have a fun and relaxing weekend! :)

  • http://gobakeyourself.wordpress.com Choc Chip Uru

    I hope you enjoy and relax yourself with many fools my friend ;)
    Yum! Off to check out the guest post!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  • http://barefeetinthekitchen.com Mary

    Love love LOVE the cayenne in recipes like this one! Ice cream is only made better with some heat in the mix as well. Very nice!

  • http://FiveEuroFood.com Charles

    I don’t think I ever tried cayenne in a dessert before – I bet the combination of that and lime must be lovely though – sounds really good – I’m gonna head on over to Raymund’s and read more now – I hope you have a good, relaxing weekend – I’m looking forward to a lie-in tomorrow myself!

  • http://frugalfeeding.wordpress.com frugalfeeding

    Can’t believe I’ve not seen this blog before! Looks great! I shall definitely go and check out the guest post!

  • http://chgojohn.wordpress.com ChgoJohn

    These sound so berry, berry good to me, Caroline. Adding cayenne is such a great idea! Best of all, I have the ingredients, right down to the blackberries. Yay!

  • http://cookingmisadventures.wordpress.com Courtney

    Anything with blackberries makes me happy. And nice work on the healthy food kick!

  • http://ourfamilyfoodadventures.wordpress.com Kristy

    Thank you for this one Caroline! It just speaks to me. :)

  • http://Bakerbynature.com Ashley – bakerbynature

    I’ve missed reading your posts, busy lady! Blackberries are affordable and juicy right now – the perfect dessert fruit for me ;)

  • http://angsarap.wordpress.com rsmacaalay

    Thanks for this one Caroline, surely its a pleasure to have you as my guest blogger

  • http://oneperfectbite.blogspot.com Mary

    This looks rich, tempting and delicious. The recipe sounds terrific. It’s hard to go wrong with Fine Cooking recipes. I love them. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  • http://sweetandcrumby.wordpress.com Geni – Sweet and Crumby

    Oooooh, this looks so cool, fruity and perfect for a hot summer day!

  • http://elephanteats.wordpress.com Amy

    Wow, that dessert is gorgeous, Caroline! And I bet delicious too.

  • http://www.inspirededibles.ca Kelly @ Inspired Edibles

    Gorgeous photos Caroline! And this sounds like a combination I would love…! (I’m always up for a little heat exploration :)) – the whipped cream looks velvety luscious… so tempting!

  • http://twitter.com/kbelleicious Jessica Maher (@kbelleicious)

    love this! Wow, it just sounds amazing. berries with cayenne, creative and genius!

  • Nami | Just One Cookbook

    I saw your guest post at Raymund’s first. I thought it’s very unique with cayenne pepper in this dessert! It gives a nice kick, I assume. Beautiful photography too!

  • http://thedrivencook.wordpress.com thedrivencook

    Great recipe and stunning photos! I’m hungry now! :)

  • http://foodnessgrashus.wordpress.com gerryspeirs

    I always have blackberries in the fridge, they go so well with anything..
    Nice post,

  • http://savoringtimeinthekitchen.blogspot.com/ Susan

    Wow, it looks beautiful and delicious!

  • http://youvebeenhooked.wordpress.com The Hook

    Very nice share!

  • http://spreescookingspree.wordpress.com spree

    A little heat to go with that little sweet, round it with cream, what’s not to like? A great idea, fool or not!

  • http://dreamshareproject.wordpress.com Alexis @ There She Goes

    girrrllll this is all too cute!

  • http://dogsdishesanddecor.com Dogs, Dishes, and Decor

    The cayenne is a wonderful idea. I love a little heat in my cool desserts. I definitely need to give this recipe a try!