A compound of gooseberries scalded and crushed, with cream; -- commonly called gooseberry fool.
England is the home of this old-fashioned but delicious dessert made of cooked, pureed fruit that is strained, chilled and folded into whipped cream. The fruit mixture may be sweetened or not. Fool is traditionally made from gooseberries, though today any fruit may be substituted.
a British dessert that's usually made with whipping cream or custard
a classic English dessert that is made of sweetened crushed fruit folded into whipped cream
an English dessert that is made of sweetened, crushed fruit,
an old English dessert, essentially a mixture of fruit puree and whipped cream or custard
an old-fashioned British dessert
an old-fashion English dessert made with cooked, pureed fruits (usually gooseberries) that are chilled and folded into whipped cream
a traditional British dessert made with cooked fruit that is then pureed or mashed and mixed with cream
Cold dessert consisting of purÈed fruit with whipped cream or custard blended into it.
A cold dessert made from whipped cream and fruit puree
A chilled dessert (Originally from England) made of fruit purée strained through a fine sieve, sweetened, and chilled (but not frozen). Just before serving, the purée is mixed with twice its volume of whipped cream.
A dessert made of fruit purée which is sieved, sweetened and chilled, shortly before serving double its volume of whipped cream is folded into it.