Hack for spectacular desserts: mascarpone shots (from the freezer)

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We recently came across a cool dessert hack and immediately thought: this will enrich our lives. This is mainly due to the combination of easy to make and spectacular results. Meet mascarpone shots.

How does it work?

Food blogger Ed Smith of Rocket & Squash shows you how to make mascarpone the perfect ingredient for a spectacular dessert:

  • Mix 125 grams of mascarpone with 2 to 3 tablespoons of powdered sugar in a bowl. Use a spatula to soften the mascarpone a bit.
  • Spread the mixture with a palette knife on a silicone baking mat, no thicker than 1 to 2 millimeters.
  • Place in the freezer for at least 1 hour.
  • Now peel the mascarpone from the baking mat and break into rustic pieces.
  • Store these pieces in a container and refreeze until when you need them.

Note : because the mascarpone flakes can melt, it is important that you serve them à la minute.

What can you do with mascarpone shots?

You understand that these scotches are pretty perfect for future desserts. We can already picture the rustic finish of our apple crumble , Dame Blanche , or panna cotta with the frozen mascarpone pieces.

You can also use this for the finishing of (ice cream) cakes. In addition, creator Ed Smith also does it on his oatmeal porridge, because why not? The contrast between warm and cold is undoubtedly amazing.

The handy thing about this hack is that you can simply store the shaved mascarpone in the freezer, so you always have a supply at home.

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