How To Make Frozen Souffles
Talk about a truly decadent summer sweet! Frozen soufflés are a refreshing way to enjoy dessert without having to turn the oven on in the summer months. By taking all the same steps as you would with a classic chocolate soufflé, all that’s left is to freeze it for a couple of hours and then enjoy, of course! No need to turn on a hot oven or slave over a stove top when the weather is on the warmer side. There are tons of no-bake, frozen treats like this Grand Marnier raspberry soufflé. Plus, it’s made with a little liquor to bring some extra spirit to your pastry enjoyment!
Watch along with this online cooking class and our pastry arts expert will show you how to make a delicious frozen Grand Marnier raspberry soufflé. This is the perfect recipe for all your summer dessert needs!
Frozen Raspberry Gran Marnier Souffle
12 oz heavy whipping cream
6 oz simple syrup
9 egg yolks
8 oz raspberry puree
1 tbsp Gran Marnier
Simple Syrup Ingredients
1 ½ cups granulated sugar
1 cup water
Simple Syrup Directions
1. Combine in a sauce pot and simmer for 2 minutes, cool.
1. Prepare the soufflé dishes: warp a 2” parchment paper collar around the top half of the ramekins using masking tape.
2. Whip the cream to a soft peak and set aside.
3. Combine the egg yolks and simple syrup in a bowl and place over a double boiler and whisk until the mixture becomes thick and reaches the ribbon stage. Cool and then add the raspberry puree and Gran Marnier. Fold in the whipped cream. Spoon into the prepared ramekins. Freeze for 3-4 hours or overnight until set.
4. Remove paper collar and top with berries and serve frozen