These Chilled Berries with White Hot Chocolate Sauce is an easy, super delicious upscale dessert from a legendary London restaurant.
Today we’re sharing an easy, very delicious recipe. We thought you’d love this Chilled Berries with White Hot Chocolate Sauce because it’s about as simple to put together as they come, while being super elegant at the same time.
I discovered this delightful recipe last summer and couldn’t get over that something so easy could be so fabulous! It’s from one of London’s most famous restaurants and it seems that it’s delicious fame has spread all over the world. Of course it doesn’t hurt that Ina Garten is crazy about it and published the recipe in her cookbook Barefoot Contessa at Home.
Perfect for an elegant (and super easy) dinner party dessert!
Chilled Berries with White Hot Chocolate Sauce is one of those super easy, super delicious recipes that is perfect for entertaining. It takes less than 15 minutes, just a few simple ingredients and the results are make a gorgeous presentation!
So, tuck this Chilled Berries with White Hot Chocolate Sauce recipe away in your secret bag of magic tricks, pull it out when you need a fabulous dessert in a hurry or when those unexpected guests walk in the door with a sweet tooth a mile long! I have a few of those that show up at my house, and the funny thing is, their last name is the same as mine!
- 4-6 cups fresh berries I like to use a combination of raspberries, strawberries, blueberries and blackberries
- 6-7 ounces good quality white chocolate chopped (I use Ghiradelli or Lindt)
- 1 cup heavy cream
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
1. At least 60-90 minutes before serving time, spread the berries on a baking sheet and place in the freezer.
2. While berries are freezing, place cream in a medium size microwave-safe bowl. Microwave on high for 1-2 minutes or until cream just begins to bubble around the edges. Remove from microwave and immediately add white chocolate. Cover with a piece of plastic wrap and alllow to sit for several minutes then stir well until all chocolate is melted and sauce is smooth. Set aside, covered until serving time.
3. When ready to serve, divide berries among 4 dessert plates or 4 pretty bowls. Re-heat white chocolate sauce for 40-50 seconds. Drizzle sauce generously over berries. Serve with a mint sprig for garnish.
Inspired from The Ivy Restaurant - London, UK