Before the panic breaks out here now and the crayons are rausgekramt to at least make a picture of the mum: Of course, it’s still a little way to Mother’s Day, only nerds like me have already finished the complete table decoration! Not because I want to snap my finger in the air and call “First,” but because I’m the prelude to a blog parade for Mother’s Day. And a little inspiration can never hurt …
This year I thought about a tea party in the garden for Mother’s Day. My mother is totally into a romantic shabby-vintage look, so I decorated the table in green, red and pink with floral patterns and birds. It’s mom’s day, after all!
Actually, I do not like red flowers very much (it’s scary in front of red roses!), But the red ranunculus did it to me!
I’m really proud of the little tartlets, because I really can not bake at all (I mentioned it here 20 or 30 times). Okay, if you take ready biscuits, there can be no talk of baking. But I hope I get at least a plus for the look (and again two for the really delicious taste!).
Strawberry tarts with mascarpone
You need (for 5 pieces and a medium bowl of strawberry cream, which you plastered the same:)
- 5 stainless steel rings for desserts (diameter 8 cm)
- 200g hearty biscuits (I took “hobbits” from Brandt)
- 60 g of melted butter
- 200 g pureed strawberries
- 250 g mascarpone
- 600 g cream cheese
- 100 g of sugar
- 4 sheets of gelatine
- some grated organic lemon peel
- white chocolate rasp
- a few strawberries for garnish
How to do it:
Crumble the cookies (fold well in a pouch) and mix with the melted butter. Put the dessert molds on baking paper, spread the biscuit mass in it and press firmly.
Mix mascarpone, sugar, lemon zest and cream cheese and stir in the strawberry mixture. Soak the gelatine according to the instructions and heat and mix with some of the mixture. Then give to the cream.
Fill the strawberry cream into the molds and let it solid over night. Spoon the remaining cream on the couch out of the bowl.
To serve, remove the tarts from the tin with a knife, sprinkle with chocolate rasps and garnish with strawberry pieces.
I think I was the only person to date who has never eaten strawberries or even fruits with chocolate, not even an old banana at the Christmas market! So while yawning yawning back, I still feed the remaining strawberries out of the bowls, that’s so delicious!
The Mother’s Day gift hides under the coffee cup, which I tied with red ribbon. Since I have just no present or could not show it, because “the enemy” is reading here, I’ve put this under the cup, which my mother and all other mothers in the world know only too well on Mother’s Day: one Voucher! Only the likelihood that my mother can redeem the voucher with me, today much higher than before, as I issued abstruse vouchers on “a month dishwasher” issued!
These and other chocolate wrappers are available at Radbag * as free printables, they are part of the blog parade, where your blogger out there can win and win something! Covers a pretty Mother’s Day brunch table or coffee party and uses one of the chocolate wrappers to print. The exact conditions of participation can be found here . To win, there is a huge backset with super funny parts like a unicorn sugar deco spreader!
Incidentally, my mother is twice happy about Mother’s Day this year because she was with me today and we celebrated a little before. And she got the decoration and chocolate as well, that’s her taste! Only for the voucher I have to come up with something, I hesitate between “20 x bath clean” and “5 x Internet explain”: P.
Love you moms out there! Catherine
* Cooperation with Radbag