I’ve been on a big berry kick this summer…I just can’t get enough! I had some homemade lemon curd in the freezer from my mom that I’d been meaning to use, which is why this extremely easy dessert came to life. It’s layered with lemon curd, lemon mousse and homemade whipped ream (which I over-whipped and the perfectionist in me is cringing), then topped with fresh berries. So, so easy and delicious!
I’m finally sharing my favorite fruit trifle AKA one of the easiest and most delicious desserts. This trifle holds a special place in my heart because my mom always made it for us growing up – and I’m still obsessed with it to this day. You can serve the trifle in a large glass bowl instead of individual mason jars, but the jars are very Covid-friendly. :-)
Talk about decadent. This classic cheesecake with strawberry topping is ev-ery-thing. Not only is it easy on the eyes, but it’s also insanely delicious with the perfect texture. Can you say yum?!
Hope everyone has a wonderful 4th of July tomorrow!!
I’m not sure what spurred my idea to make strawberry shortcake, other than the sheer fact that I hadn’t baked anything in a while. I wanted to bake something simple and quick, as I’d already worked a video shoot all morning this past Sunday.
I found the recipe on the Food Network website and was extremely pleased with the result. Once the shortcake absorbed the juices of the fresh strawberries macerated in sugar, the dessert was even more incredible. The moist cake, fluffy homemade whipped cream and sweet and slightly softened strawberries made for a deliciously divine combination.
I may or may not have devoured the entire shortcake in the photo above for breakfast. :)