Beth’s Easy Cherries Jubilee | ENTERTAINING WITH BETH


Learn how to make my easy cherries jubilee, a great last-minute Christmas dessert idea!
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BETH’S EASY CHERRIES JUBILEE RECIPE
Serves 4

INGREDIENTS:
4 tbsp (60 g) butter
4 tbsp (46 g) brown sugar
2 cups (300 g) frozen cherries
1/2 tsp (2.5 ml) of almond extract
Hagen Daaz Swiss Almond Ice Cream (or Chocolate Chip would work well too)
4 tbsp (40 g) raw almonds

METHOD:
Melt butter in a skillet until foamy. Add brown sugar and whisk to combine. Add frozen cherries sautee until syrupy. Add almond extract cook down a bit more until a nice sauce develops.

Portion out ice cream into some “fancy glasses” pour 1/2 cup of cherry sauce over the ice cream, top with raw almonds. Serve with some fancy store-bought cookies.

NOTE: Cherry sauce can be made 1-2 days before and reheated before serving (in microwave or on stove top)

Enjoy!

20 comments

  1. This looks amazing and easy to make, Thx for the recipe. and Beth, do you have a great recipe of tortellini? i am planing on a dinner with friends, tortellini seems like a good idea, haha. 

  2. Thank you so much!
    I am making food for my family Christmas party this year and I also try to make really crazy desserts and they turn out bad more often than not
    This is the perfect recipe to solve my dessert problem

  3. Beth, when there are multiple dishes to prepare in Christmas this dessert is the perfect one to make. It´s easy, quick, elegant and ,of course, super delicious. I will keep it in mind!

    Happy day in L.A.

    Patricia.

  4. Beth…for me this would be PLAN A. Simple, cool & oh so attractive…a very winter wonderland kind of dessert. Those glasses were a smart choice for the presentation. The cherries looked so snug with the scoops…a great visual tactic. Love from India…Shoma.    

  5. Oh my gosh! I got to make these, but the flambé version, in my college program as a tableside service in our in-class restaurant! But I couldn’t remember the exact measurements to make it at home so thank you so much for this! These are sooo good! Another way to make it look fancier is to make a caramel drizzle bowl!

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