Grilled Pound Cake With Sweetened Mascarpone & Berries — A fool proof Grilled Pound Cake With Sweetened Mascarpone & Berries recipe that you can whip up in 10 minutes flat! And it requires no measuring.
I don’t know how often you all try to name stuff. But sometimes I’m just at a loss. Normally, I can come up with names for inanimate objects no problem!
Random stuffed animals? Almost always named Petry. My car? Pri Pri.. short for Prius.
But when it came to trying to find a shortened cute name for this grilled pound cake with sweetened mascarpone and berries recipe… I got nothing.
So I just went for the most anatomically (as in pound cake anatomy) correct option. Voila! I present to your my Grilled Pound Cake With Sweetened Mascarpone And Berries!
On a more relevant note, this is one of those recipes you can whip up in about ten minutes flat and requires no real measuring, aka my favorite kind of dessert!
You can add as much or as little of anything as you’d like. And as long as you don’t completely char the pound cake, this is pretty fool proof.
Ingredients Needed To Make A Grilled Pound Cake With Sweetened Mascarpone & Berries
- Your favorite pound cake recipe (or store bought)
- Sweetened butter
- Mascarpone cheese
- Confectioner’s sugar
- Fruit toppings of choice
How To Make A Grilled Pound Cake With Sweetened Mascarpone & Berries
Slice the pound cake into inch and a half thick pieces and give them a quick brush with the sweetened butter.
Then, lightly grill them just until they’re a warm brown color and then flip to do the same on the other side.
Also, this was the first thing I’d ever made in my Le Creuset pans! Mix that with a good dessert, and I was in heaven..
Next, mix about 3/4 of a cup of confectioner’s sugar into the mascarpone cheese and stir.
You can add more or less depending on how sweet you’d like it to be. I like a happy medium!
Then, spread the cheese on the grilled poundcake slices, top with a small scoop of jam and berries and serve immediately.