Strawberry lemon parfait is the perfect spring and summer treat – quick and easy to make, so refreshing, and no baking required! Great way to take advantage of strawberry season.
This recipe was born out of necessity. I was experimenting with tiramisu (coming to the blog soon!) and had lots of ladyfingers left. We can’t just keep dunking them in hot chocolate and eating them (I mean, we can but we shouldn’t!).
So I repurposed them into these charming little strawberry lemon parfait that are incredibly easy to do, slightly boozy (hey, it’s me!) and so delicious. It’s spring and summer in a glass (or a mason jar if you’re so inclined!).
Watch the video!
I made a video of how to do it too. Just click on it below and you’ll see how extremely easy it is (and fun!).
Experiment with other berries
Not into strawberries? Experiment with your favourite berries! Even mix them up. I’m sure your parfait will taste delightful.
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Lemon curd whipped cream
I won’t lie though, my favourite thing about these little guys is the lemon curd whipped cream (hey, it’s me!).
I used the last of my homemade lemon curd, made a fresh batch of homemade whipped cream, put them together and it’s almost like ice cream! (In fact, that’s a great idea for ice cream…coming to the blog soon lol!)
Of course, you can use your favourite ready-made lemon curd and whipped cream brands and make the recipe that much easier.
You can make your strawberry lemon parfait kid-friendly
You can also certainly omit the orange liqueur in this recipe. Here’s a great article I found on alcohol substitutions.
Now it’s just a matter of putting it together! And it’s so much fun. You can get your kids to help and you guys can make an afternoon of it. Or you can do a parfait bar and have your guests assemble their own.
However way your strawberry lemon parfait come together, they will be delicious.
Did you make strawberry lemon parfait? I’d love to hear from you in the comments section below.
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