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Simple Raspberry Fool Recipe

A simple and easy recipe Raspberry Fool to help use up a glut of raspberries in my garden. The Autumn Raspberries have produced an abundance of fruit this year and are still going.

Simple Raspberry Fool Recipe
This recipe is taken from The Dairy Book of Home Cooking, one of my go to cook books. I have excluded the sugar from the original recipe as my raspberries did not require any additional sweetening.

Recipe - Raspberry Fruit Fool

Equipment
  • saucepan
  • sieve
  • scales  
  • wooden spoon  
  • bowl
  • whisk
  • large spoon
Ingredients

makes 4 small portions

225g raspberries
175 ml (6 fl oz) double cream
1 tbsp milk


Raspberry Fool Recipe

Instructions
  • Rinse the raspberries in water
  • Put the raspberries and 1 1/2 tbsp water into a saucepan put the lid on and bring slowly to the boil, then simmer until the fruit is soft.
  • Remove saucepan from heat.
  • Rub the raspberries through a sieve and leave to cool.
  • Whip the double cream and milk together, you are looking for a lightly stiff consistency.
  • Fold in the cold raspberry puree.
  • Spoon into four small glass containers (unlike my large ones!) and chill in the fridge.
Decorate with fresh raspberries or a little whipped cream.

Easy Raspberry Fool Recipe
I am entering this recipe into a number of blog challenges this month. 

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5 comments:

  1. Angela, what a pretty dessert it looks gorgeous.

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  2. An interesting recipe,we always end up with a load of raspberries this time of year (we have a load of autumn fruiting plants) this looks like a great use for them.

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  3. So simple! Must remember this for next summer!

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  4. Oh what a wonderfully simple recipe, I hate to see all that added sugar to puds like this which are already naturally sweet enough. Thanks so much for entering your recipe to September's Four Seasons Food 'Getting Fruity' challenge, and my apologies in only getting around to reading your post now, I'm sooooo behind!

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