Raspberry Swirl Frozen Dessert
Total TimePrep: 45 min. Cook: 20 min. + freezing
We love this dessert, worth very minute it took to make it.
Way, way, way too much trouble. The recipe looks easy enough, but it took forever to cook the yolks, then the whites. I think just mixing the raspberries with vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt would have nearly the same effect in a fraction of the time. Would have been nice if the recipe had indicated how much time the hands on prep took.
I also did not heat the egg whites and it turned out great. I will make again and may try blueberry's or strawberry's next time.
Not sure I'd make this again. I didn't find that the egg whites got fluffy when they were cooked. I couldn't believe how many dishes I had to use to make this. Not a good one!
Not a keeper with my family. Frozen raspberries do not stand up well after thawing. Although I personally didn't mind the flavor, the overall finished product did not taste like the picture that attracted me. It looks more like a delicious ice cream parfait, but in reality the raspberries are still frozen while the remaining ingredients are somewhat soft (even after freezing for 4-1/2 hours). Won't make again, especially for the amount of time involved in making it.
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Very good, I may try to take more caloriesout next time.
I think I did something wrong during the process. I made this with my roommate last week and ours ended up tasting like egg? The recipe is not very suitable for beginning home-cooks, not all ingredients are easy to obtain, such as cream of tartar and the graham cracker crumbs. We used substitute cookies, but it didn't form a solid crust in the fridge.We will make this again, but when we have more experience in cooking. This was a bit difficult and the pile of dishes was huge!