Heavenly Berry Parfaits

berry parfaits recipe with step by step pictures

Are you looking for a bit of perfection?

If so, look no longer, because I’ve found it for you.

This dessert, oh, there’s just something amazing and addictive about the combination of cream cheese, whipping cream and berries. If you haven’t had the opportunity to taste this wonderful thing yet, then please, make it soon.

One or two cups of this treat will send you directly into another galaxy.

I know it because I’ve been there today. And I can’t wait to go again.

 

berry parfaits recipe with step by step pictures, ingredients

This is what we need.

 

berry parfaits recipe with step by step pictures, in a medium bowl, using your electric mixer combine the cream cheese, sugar and vanilla extract until smooth

This is going to be very short and easy.

1. First, in a medium bowl, using your electric mixer combine the cream cheese, sugar, and vanilla extract until smooth.

For the work to be as easy as possible, the cream cheese should be at room temperature.

 

berry parfaits recipe with step by step pictures, in another bowl, whip the cream until stiff peaks form

2. In another bowl, whip the cream until stiff peaks form.

 

berry parfaits recipe with step by step pictures, combine the two mixtures

3. Combine the two mixtures…

 

berry parfaits recipe with step by step pictures, combine the two mixtures

… just like this.

 

berry parfaits recipe with step by step pictures, cut the berries into small pieces

5. Cut the berries into smaller pieces (if necessary).

I was using strawberries, because that was what I had on hand, but feel free to use anything you like – raspberries, blueberries, blackberries.

 

berry parfaits recipe with step by step pictures, finally, alternate layering the cream mixture and berries in nice glasses, if you have fresh mint somewhere around, the you can decorate each glass with a sprig

6. Finally, alternate layering the cream mixture and berries in nice glasses.

If you have fresh mint somewhere around, then you can decorate each glass with a sprig.

If not serving immediately, cover the glasses and place in the refrigerator until serving time.

 

Enjoy, dear friends!

With love,
Petra

(This recipe was adapted from www.joyofbaking.com. It makes about 4 parfaits.)

 

17 Responses to Heavenly Berry Parfaits

  1. 1
    Reem says:

    Beautiful !!!! Truly Heavenly…. I love the pictures.

  2. 2

    Such a pretty parfait! I am definitely going to have to give this a try. Yum!

  3. 3
    mustardseed says:

    Truly looks heavenly and has me craving for it! Lovely photographs!

  4. 4

    Why i do believe i have everything needed to make this gorgeous lookin deliciousness :) so easy yet i bet it tastes just as wonderful as things that take muchmuch longer to make. Lovely!

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  6. 6
    frank says:

    get em that i wanna it…

  7. 7
    Farwin says:

    looks yummm…great pics…

  8. 8
    Ruth says:

    This looks fantastic – it’s bookmarked for when I next have guests over!

  9. 9
    sydney says:

    YUM! will deffinitly try this when i find my mixer…

  10. 10

    I love how simple the process is! The final product looks incredibly professional. Would be a great dessert to serve at brunch gatherings. Thanks for the inspiration!

  11. 11
    Joy says:

    How did I miss this one!? Sounds so delicious! My son and I enjoy parfaits! I enjoy adding a little granola on top for a little “crunch”. My son starts school next week. I can see this as a perfect way to start his day – for breakfast. He will love it! I must try this one too!

  12. 12
    Shannon says:

    YUMMY!!!

  13. 13

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  14. 14
    Ramiro Saucedo says:

    i think that all you do is absolutely fantastic!!!

  15. 15
    Vendy says:

    Jaký sýr je nejlepší použít? mascarpone nebo něco jiného? děkuju

  16. 16
    Susan says:

    These look wonderful! Can you please tell me what size glasses you used (how many ounces) and how many serving this recipe makes? I’d like to make these for dessert for the rehearsal dinner for my daughter’s wedding. It would really help me to know if this recipe needs to be doubled or tripled or left alone. Thank you!

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