Iced red berry soufflés
- July 2015
- Serves 6
- Hands-on time 30 min plus freezing
Michel Roux Jr’s refreshing frozen berry soufflés are the perfect summer dinner party dessert.
- 2.7g (1.7g saturated)
- 38.3g (38.3g sugars)
If you only have large ramekins, you can still make the soufflés in those, but they won’t come over the top of the rims so there’s no need to tie baking paper collars onto them in step 1.
You can make the puddings up to 1 week in advance. Keep wrapped and frozen until ready to use.
Iced soufflés get their look – and name – from being overfilled, then frozen with a baking paper collar around the ramekin. They look like soufflés but they’re really frozen mousses, so there’s no danger of them sinking.
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