Iced Berries in Warm White Chocolate Cream


Iced Berries in Warm White Chocolate Cream | From My Sweet Heart

Sometimes the simple pleasures are the best.  And there are some things in their natural form that just can’t be improved upon.  Like biting into a peach on a hot summer day and feeling the juice trickle down your chin onto your favorite white tee shirt!  Well this dessert is both sublime and simple. From the joyous clink of the frozen berries, like ice cubes, into your glass… the sweet, rich cream which warms and bathes them back to their soft, sweet state.

But I have a confession.  I’ve made this before . . . . .


It’s so easy and elegant.  Just look at these berries!  Can you blame me?  Once you try this, I am sure it will become your favorite, quick, go-to summer dessert, too!


Iced Berries in Warm White Chocolate Cream | From My Sweet Heart


Honestly, the only planning ahead required is that you place the berries in a baggie in the freezer overnight.  But I’ve learned that it’s a great idea to freeze some summer berries anyway.  This would be a great treat to have when the winter doldrums hit!


Iced Berries in Warm White Chocolate Cream | From My Sweet Heart

Now to my confession. 

Although this easy berry recipe is worthy to have often, I also wanted to make it again because I was embarrassed of my original photograph of it.  I first made this 2 years ago when I started blogging and I was just taking photos with my dinky point and shoot.  And while I’m trying to learn as much as I can about photography and food styling, I will be the first to admit that most of my better photography is pure LUCK!

Take a look at now and then.  The photo on the left is my current version of these beautiful iced berries.  The photo on the right is the original.  Yikes!


Iced Berries in Warm White Chocolate Cream | From My Sweet Heart


Ok.  Enough reminiscing.  Let’s throw this thing together!


Level of Difficulty:  ridiculously easy!

Servings: 6-8


  • 4 cups of fresh, mixed berries, frozen
  • 2 cups of heavy cream
  • 1 cup of white chocolate chips

Place the chocolate chips in a glass bowl.  Warm the cream in a small saucepan over medium high heat just until the cream starts to simmer.  Immediately remove the cream from the heat and pour it over the white chocolate chips.  Let it sit for about 5 minutes.  And then simply whisk the cream until all of the chocolate is melted and combined.  Transfer the cream to a container that has a pouring spout (a glass measuring cup or a small pitcher will do!)  Place the berries into tall serving glasses (enjoy the clink!) and pour the warm cream over the berries.  Serve the dessert right away.  Though I will tell you that the cream warm or cold over fresh berries is pretty divine, too!


Iced Berries in Warm White Chocolate Cream | From My Sweet Heart


This recipe lends itself well to variation.  You may certainly use only one type of berry or mix them up.  You can change your chocolate.  Or you can add liqueur or spice to the cream.  Be creative.  But get those berries into your freezer tonight!  A shout out to Butler’s Orchard for these beautiful berries and to South Mountain Creamery for the best cream in the whole world!  And the best part of this dessert?  It’s when you get to the bottom and the cream is sweet and pink from the berries!


Iced Berries in Warm White Chocolate Cream | From My Sweet Heart


For more berry love try my:

Pavlova with Spiced Pears and Blackberries

Berry Smoothie Ice Cream Pie

Pink Prosecco Soup


Still wanting more berries?  Try their:

Raspberry Curd Tart @ Tutti Dolci

Mixed Berry Cobbler @ The Comfort of Cooking

Strawberry Crumb Bars with Meyer Lemon Glaze @ Damn Delicious








  1. says

    The photo on the right looks pretty good to me. This is so easy and I am thinking of so many variations. Peaches and cream is the first one that comes to mind. I’m pretty sure I will dream about this tonight. What a perfect summer treat!

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Sandra and I am most definitely looking forward to your 4 of July tablescape. I bet it will be fabulous! : )

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Denise! And while basic is good for some things….in hot dogs…..I’ll take your Brazilian version any day! They look awesome! : )

  2. says

    Iced berries are something I have never thought to use but these look delicious in this cream 😀
    Your photos are beautiful!


    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Uru….and I love your beautiful cream cheese brownies….I don’t think I could stop at just one! : )

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Jeanne and I’m really looking forward to Berry Week! LOVED everything in your OHMK package. That Kirsten from Comfortably Domestic is such a generous gal! : )

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Jessica! And I love the simplicity of your NO BAKE peanut butter cup oatmeal cookie pie. That crust is one I can’t wait to try! : )

  3. says

    This dessert looks wickedly good to me Anne! You’re photos are beautiful! It’s funny how I like my pictures at the time I take them, and then I go back and look at them later and I’m like OMG! I am for sure my own worst critic where everything is concerned :)

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Eileen….and I’m sure I’ll want to do these photos all over again in another couple of years! Ha! This dessert IS wickedly good….but not as wicked as your Sinful Midnight Cake….now THAT is wicked! : )

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Dina! Loved your review of Yooglers and looking forward to more of your desserts week! : )

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Anna….and I could quickly enjoy your cucumber lime popsicles! Simple and refreshing! : )

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Rachel! And so simple is your delicious blue cheese, mushroom and tomato crostini! A perfect summer appetizer! : )

  4. says

    What a cool dessert!! I think it’s perfect end to a meal… or just a fun sweet treat. I love any dessert that has berries. :) Hope you’re doing well. :)

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Ramona and I love your very versatile pineapple relish! Perfect for my 4th of July hot dogs! : )

  5. says

    WOW! Extremely creative and delicious! Frozen berries and warm cream – You know I’m going to have to make this for the holiday weekend. It’s gorgeous, the colors are perfect, and coming out of your head and your kitchen – I know it’s delicious!

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Awwww….thanks MJ! And I love your post about using garlic infused oil. But better yet….your round up of recipes that use roasted garlic! I can’t wait to try all of them! : )

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Joan! And I have to echo the same for your photos! For anyone who wants to learn how to bake and decorate the most beautiful cookies with royal icing….you MUST visit Joan’s site. Her step by step expertise is so valuable! : )

  6. says

    Gorgeous dessert! And so easy, too. We’re feasting on berries at the moment – just can’t get enough at this time of the year. Definitely will need to try this. Thanks so much.

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks John and I wish I were feasting on your beautiful blueberry buckle! That is one gorgeous dessert! : )

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Paula….but I find it hard to believe that any of your photos would make you cringe. You are one of the BEST FOOD PHOTOGRAPHERS out there! And a perfect example is your beautiful peach challah bread! Amazing! : )

  7. says

    Wow! What a fantastic idea! I love berries and cream, but I never thought of using non-whipped cream! I’m trying this for sure. Thanks for sharing a great recipe. Your photos are great!!

    • Anne Boeckl says

      Thanks Elizabeth! And perfect for summer….YOUR Bailey’s and chocolate ice cream pie! That stuff looks insane! : )

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