Rhubarb Fool (dessert anglais du 17ème siècle et mélange de purée de fruits et de crème ou yaourt)
In this delicious traditional English dessert, fruit -- here, pureed rhubarb -- is folded in with whipped cream.
Mango Yogurt Mousse - a light and delicious taste of the tropics!
Berry Fool - Serve this light, airy whipped dessert the next time you want to feel fancy! | bakedbyanintrovert.com
Need a refreshing dessert for these hot summer days? Try a chilled fruit fool as a quick, easy treat! Ingredients: 1lb raspberries, gooseberries, or rhubarb 4oz sugar Water 4oz fresh elderflower…
A parfait glass filled with pureed fruit and clouds of whipped cream swirled together is the classic British dessert coined a "Fool." Don't let the name put you off though. Our easy Berry Fool recipe is a welcome weeknight or company-fancy dessert.
Rhubarb-Maple Fool in Phyllo Stacks Recipe | MyRecipes
This tried-and-tested recipe for rhubarb fool is a perfect springtime dessert.
Blackberry Fool with Calvados | A classic British dessert of pureed fruit folded into whipped cream, a fool is one of the first things Peter Ting learned to make after moving to England in 1976. To give this one a little extra sophistication, he macerates (soaks) half the blackberries overnight in Calvados, then tops the fruit with dollops of whipped cream he's mixed with blackberry puree. The leftover macerating liquid would make a delicious drink mixed with sparkling water or Champagne.