Triple Layer Berry Semifreddo

Prep time
1 hour
Total Time
6 1/2 hours
Rating
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Servings
8 to 10
Triple Layer Berry Semifreddo

This creamy confection is infused with a double shot of summer berry goodness.

Ingredients

Directions

1. Coat a 9 x 5 x 3-inch metal loaf pan lightly with cooking spray. Line pan with plastic wrap extending generously over edges of pan.

2. In large bowl of electric mixer, using the whip attachment, whip cream cheese until light and fluffy. Add cream; beat at medium speed until soft peaks form, scraping down bowl once. Transfer to another bowl and chill.

3. In clean bowl of electric mixer, combine egg whites and 1/2 cup sugar.  Place bowl over a pot of simmering water (not touching bottom of bowl); whisk until the sugar is dissolved and the mixture reaches 130oF.  Place bowl on the stand mixer; using the whip attachment, beat on high speed until meringue forms and mixture is room temperature, 3 to 4 minutes.

4. Combine milk and vanilla in a medium-sized bowl; set aside. Place strawberries and 1/4 cup of the sugar in a food processor; puree until smooth. Transfer to a second medium-sized bowl. Place blueberries and 1/4 cup of the sugar in clean food processor; puree until smooth. Place strainer over another medium-sized bowl; sieve blueberry mixture through strainer, pressing on solids to extract as much juice as possible. Discard blueberry skins.

5. Gently stir 1/3 of the meringue into each of the three bowls. Gently stir 1/3 of the chilled whipped cream into each of the three bowls. Pour blueberry mixture into bottom of prepared loaf pan. Refrigerate the bowls of vanilla and strawberry mixture. Freeze loaf pan until firm, 45 minutes. Gently pour vanilla mixture over blueberry mixture; freeze 45 minutes. Gently pour strawberry mixture over the vanilla layer, smoothing top with a spatula. Pan will be full, so do not cover with foil until top is firm, about 45 minutes. Continue freezing at least 3 hours or overnight.

6. To unmold, wrap sides of pan with a hot, wet cloth or dip briefly in a sink of warm water to loosen. Using plastic wrap as an aid, remove semifreddo from pan; place on a serving platter; discard plastic wrap.  Cut into slices; serve immediately. To store, cover and return any extra semifreddo immediately to the freezer for up to 1 week.

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Comments

Sylvia from Raleigh, NC on August 6th, 2014
Larie, If you are using the right eggs, fresh and not wiped clean of nature's own protective covering, you do not even need to worry about heating them at all. 130, 140, no heat & just beat them, it's all good. I grew up with chickens and eggs on a family farm (and actual family farm, not a pretend one) and we did not have any concern about sickness from our eggs, and we never had any.
Laurie from Seattle, WA on July 3rd, 2014
This looks lovely and perfect for the 4th of July holiday. However, I think there is a typo. The temperature in step 3 should be 140F which is the egg safe temperature.

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