Fruit and Cream Dessert

Hey guys! The recipe I am posting today is of a dessert and now that summers are here such chilled desserts after lunch are very much in demand. The cream I have prepared for this can be stored for upto month in the freezer and can be used as topping for cupcakes also. It is extremely delicious and creamy and can be made with the fruits of your choice. So lets get eating…


Whipping Cream (Non Dairy) – 2 cups

Milkmaid – 1/2 cup

Rose syrup – 1/2 cup

Rose Essence – 1/2 tsp

Gulkand – 2 tbsp

Apple (small chopped pieces) – 1/2 cup

Gooseberry (small chopped pieces) – 1/2 cup

Black grapes (small chopped pieces) – 1/2 cup

Pomegranate (small chopped pieces) – 1 cup

Cherry (small chopped pieces) – 1/2 cup

Strawberry (small chopped pieces) – 1/2 cup

Choco chips for garnish

Rose syrup to garnish


1. In a bowl take the whipping cream and whip it till soft peaks are formed. To this add the milkmaid, rose syrup, rose essence and gulkand and whip it again till everything mixes well. Chill this cream in the freezer in an airtight container for 2-3 hours.

2. When you are ready to serve take the cream out. In a bowl add a layer of the cream at the bottom. Now add a layer of chopped fruits. Now again add a layer of the cream. Finally garnish with some chopped fruits and choco chips and rose syrup. Chill this further for 15-20 mins if you have the time or serve immediately. This tastes best if the fruits are also chilled.

This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva andNoor Anand Chawla in collaboration with RRE Studios and ShowCase Events.

44 responses to “Fruit and Cream Dessert”

  1. It looks really tempting. You have used ingredients that usually don’t go together but I am sure it is delicious. I will try this for sure.


  2. You made me feel nostalgic, Shail. Looks like i have forgotten cooking.I dont know if I will get back to my cooking and recipes. You mentioned gooseberries. Are they the tiny ones and not amla?


    • I am sure you will be back at it for your grandkids. The gooseberry is small yellow grapes like fruit they are fully rounder and much more softer.


  3. Although I do not eat fruits as dessert, this does look tempting Shail. My ‘pink’ loving daughter will be very happy if I ever make this. it is very different too cuz uv used gulkand. I thought that was used only in pan… my ignorance 😛


  4. Ah!! This reminded me of my childhood. Fruit cream was a regular whenever we stayed in the Officer’s mess. And we sure loved it. Going to make it again someday for old time’s sake.


  5. This looks delicious but, I don’t like rose and strawberry flavours, can I replace with any other flavour? Though My husband loves these to flavours so. would definitely try this recipe once for him. he loves to eat some dessert post lunch as well as dinner.


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