Last weekend, we (being, myself, Coach and Master M) headed out on our skateboards, um, ok…slight correction to that story already…they headed out on their skateboards, since I’m still with injury from my last epic attempt at a front turn, which you can read about here. I was on my scooter, scooting along like a small child and just quietly, having the time of my life!
On the way back, we stopped off at the Redcliffe Jetty Markets to grab a cool and refreshing drink. Now, I don’t know about you, but I struggle not to have a wander through a market if they are on. Given the fact that I had the boys in tow and markets really don’t appeal to them, I made my expedition a speedy one.
It was then that I came across the biggest and most juiciest punnets of fresh Strawberries, there was no way I was going to pass these by without grabbing some for myself.
As we scooted and skated home, I was channeling my inner Nigella and trying to come up with some ideas about what to do with them, other than just inhale them in their gorgeous natural state. I remembered that we had some Salted Caramel Bailey’s liqueur in the fridge, something else that doesn’t last long in our household and figured that I could use this ingredient to my advantage.
Hence, my Baileys Salted Caramel Infused Cream + Strawberries dessert was born. Not a very poetic name but absolutely delicious nonetheless.
I hope you enjoy it too.
Bailey's Salted Caramel Infused Cream + Strawberries
- 1 large punnet strawberries quartered
- 1/2 cup whipping cream
- 3 tablespoons icing sugar
- 3 tablespoons Bailey's Salted Caramel Liqueur
- 1 bar Cadbury's Flake
Slice the green stems off the strawberries and cut each strawberry into quarters and place into individual serving bowls.
In a medium sized bowl, add the cream, icing sugar and liqueur.
Using an electric blender, whip the cream for approximately 5 minutes whilst turning the bowl frequently to ensure that all cream is whipped evenly.
Once the cream has thickened. Dollop over the strawberries and sprinkle with crushed Flake.