Instead of worrying about making a side dish for dinner, serve a healthy dessert such as berries and cream. This fresh and simple dessert adds more food to the menu without much effort. And strawberries topped with fresh homemade whipped cream is divine.
Read the homemade whipped cream recipe for tips on how your kids can make the whipped cream which will keep them occupied while you are making dinner.
Strawberries, blueberries and or raspberries
Top berries with homemade whipped cream, and enjoy.
Click here for ideas on how to use leftover whipped cream to repurpose leftovers.
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