Yield: Yields 2-1/2 cups cream.
I like to make this with both crème fraîche and heavy cream, but you can use all cream if that’s easier.
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One of my all time favorites, I've have made this easy and quick dessert several time. If you can't find crème fraîche - sour cream instead works as well and tastes just as good. Sometimes I've used Oreo Cookies (10 cookies) instead of Famous Chocolate Wafers reducing the sugar to 2 tablespoons (instead of 3) in the cream.
my kids love this. i always need to make a double or triple portion!! not difficult and delicious.
This is WONDERFUL! Couldn't be easier and the tastes work beautifully together. I agree that the combination of heavy cream and creme fraiche makes it. YUMMY - would happily serve this at a dinner party...
Very easy to make. We ate some just chilled and then the rest frozen next day.
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