Happy 147th Birthday, Canada!
Traditionally strawberries are the star of our annual dessert, but this year the season started early and the local ones are finished. It didn't take too much to inspire a raspberry dessert. What is lacking is inspiration for the name. Fresh Raspberry Supreme? Oh Canada Raspberry Dessert? Raspberry Créme de la Créme? While I decide, enjoy the pics.
It's simple to make, I'll show you.
1. Line up dessert dishes or custard cups.
2. Fill with approximately 1/3 cup vanilla pudding and chill to set. (I made mine from scratch because it tastes better and doesn't have chemicals.)
3. Spread a heaping tablespoon of whipping cream over cold pudding and refrigerate.
4. Wash raspberries gently, allow to dry on paper towels.
5. Place raspberries on top of whipping cream layer.
6. Make semi-thin glaze from raspberry juice, sugar and cornstarch and allow to cool slightly.
7. Gently spoon glaze over berries.
8. Refrigerate at least one hour before serving.
Any fresh fruit could be used for this dessert and chocolate pudding could be substituted for vanilla.