Frozen Berries with a Hot White Chocolate Sauce

Whew!! Last week was one crazy week! It all started with a fabulous Memorial Day party at my clients home, and then came my birthday which was a smashing success, followed but a busy week full of personal chef “cooking dates”, a big graduation party I personal cheffed for on Saturday and then rounding it all out with Taste of the National LA on Sunday. O.M.G. I’m tired just writing it all down!

After sitting on my butt for at least 4 hours and trying to unwind from the insane week, I decided I needed a little sweet treat to end the weekend. This simple frozen berry dessert is the most perfect bite for a hot summer day, which is what we have been having here in L.A. recently… in fact… I even got a tan this weekend… it’s very exciting.

The combination of fresh farmers market berries that have been frozen for about 90 minutes with a hot white chocolate sauce was perfect. It only takes about 10 minutes of actual prep time so its also a great dessert for when you have guests over! In fact, I plan on serving it at work this week and again at a dinner party this weekend. Its decadent. And you need to make it, trust me, you’ll thank me later. I literally licked my plate clean.

Frozen Berries with a Hot White Chocolate Sauce

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Gaby Dalkin
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Ingredients

  • 4 cups fresh berries frozen
  • 4 oz good-quality white chocolate chopped
  • 1 cup heavy cream

Instructions

  • Spread the berries over a baking tray and freeze for 90 minutes.
  • Before removing the berries from the freezer, put the white chocolate and cream in a small sauce-pan over a medium-low heat, and stir until melted and smooth and hot.
  • Divide the berries onto 4 small dessert plates and spoon the white chocolate mixture over the top.
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20 comments

    • Gaby

      omg right?!?! I want it for breakfast too… only problem is I ate the rest of my White Chocolate last night!

    • F Thompson

      what if my berries have been frozen for a few weeks

    • M Robinson

      It won’t matter at all. The recipe just says to have frozen berries. If they are fresh, to freeze them for 90 minutes.

  1. Monika

    Mmmmmm! A combination of two of my favorite things! Can’t wait for berry season here…..assuming summer ever gets started!

  2. Maria

    I’ve made Ina’s version of this before. I guess I forgot to post it:) Oops! Yours looks amazing! Glad you were able to rest for a bit:)