Still looking for an easy dessert with fruit? Well, it doesn’t get any easier than this. Mascarpone, gingerbread and some finely chopped fruit of your choice: that’s all you need for a delicious dessert.
For 4 persons:
- 12 chatter heads
- 250 grams mascarpone
- 1/2 teaspoon cardamom
- 200 grams finely chopped fruit of your choice (e.g. mango, pomegranate, passion fruit, persimmon, etc.)
- Powdered sugar (optional)
This easy dessert can be on the table in 5 minutes. The nice thing is that you can of course completely adjust it to your taste. We seasoned the mascarpone with some cardamom (a new addiction), but also try cinnamon, gingerbread spices or some pink pepper (very exciting!).
The same goes for the fruit, of course. We used a mix of finely chopped mango, apple, pomegranate and passion fruit. But of course you can fully indulge yourself. Use persimmons, star fruits, raspberries, blueberries, strawberries, or whatever else you like (and is in season, for example!).
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Easy dessert with fruit and chatter heads
Season the mascarpone with the cardamom.
Now let’s stack the dessert. Start with a chatter head, scoop about half a tablespoon of the mascarpone and some of the fruit on it. Cover with a chatter’s head and repeat this cycle.
Finally, sprinkle a little powdered sugar over the desserts for a festive effect.
Voilà: this is how you make an easy dessert with fruit!
More Christmas desserts
Looking for even more Christmas dessert ideas? For example, make our mulled wine cheesecake , easy chocolate mousse with gingerbread crumb or a festive tarte tatin .
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