Yield: Yields 4 parfaits.
You can make variations of this parfait with crushed cookies or slices of pound cake. You can also use the lemon cream, with or without the fruit, as a topping for pound cake or angel food cake.
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This was very good. I used a homemade cranberry sauce which worked well.I also used plain strawberries which I will macerate next time.Very simple and easy delicious recipe for parfaits
This was great. I just did it for a lunchtime barbecue, two families including three kids. I made the cream and put it in the refrigerator, and when we were ready, I set out the ingredients for everyone to build their own: an assortment of berries, the cream, and cubes of pound cake. It was a huge success: the kids loved choosing which berries to use, and the sophisticated flavour of the cream mixture impressed the adults. Definitely flagging this one.
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