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Sparkling Sabayon Sparkling Sabayon over Strawberries Sparkling Sabayon Recipe Hi Guys! Thanks again for everyone’s awesome support with my 5k. It was GREAT! We had a lot of fun and actually did okay. We both came in at 30:39…not the best time (by a loooooong shot) but we’re happy with it. Now it’s just prepping for the 10k in Santa Barbara next month…..we’ll see how it goes!

So we’ve totally been MIA from the blog and we apologize. We have a few things in the works sucking up all our time at the moment, but can’t wait to share them with you lovelies in the near and not so near future! Today we have a little something for a last minute, quick and easy v-day dessert. A simple sparkling sabayon! It’s a great dessert for those of you planning on staying in Friday night, like my dude and I…hello takeout and House of Cards marathon!! I love this dessert because it only requires three ingredients and literally takes no more than 10 minutes to make, start to finish. PLUS, you can just spoon this stuff into your mouth for a sweet, frothy, delightful treat or spoon some onto fresh fruit like we’ve done today.

The recipe actually results in a pretty thick, sit atop the fruit, froth, but since I let the mixture sit for a little while before we photographed it (whoops), some of the air in the Sabayon died. It’s all good though because it has no effect on the taste and I usually like mixing it all up together anyway.

We hope everyone has a great time celebrating or not celebrating V-Day and encourage you to try your hand at this totally easy and delicious dessert! Enjoy! xx, Jenny

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Sparkling Sabayon
Serves 4 to 6

Ingredients:
3 large yolks
3 1/2 tablespoons superfine sugar (granulated is fine)
1/2 cup sparkling wine of your choice!

Directions:
1. Fill a large pot with 2 to 3 inches of water and bring to a boil. Once water has been brought to a boil, lower the heat to simmer.
2. Place yolks and sugar into a heatproof bowl and whisk together until slightly thickened. Whisk in sparkling wine and set over pot of simmering water (ensuring that the water in the pot does not touch the bottom of the bowl).
3. Whisk mixture, constantly, until the mixture doubles in volume and is light and frothy, 6 to 8 minutes.
4. Spoon warm mixture into cups and serve OR spoon mixture over berries and serve.

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  1. Ryan Not Specified Not Specified

    Congratulations on your first 5k! Watch out, so addictive! I just ran my first half marathon, something that I would definitely recommend doing (I’ve only been running about a year, so I’m pretty new to it as well). There’s absolutely nothing like crossing the finish line after running for a couple hours and training for months and months haha. Good luck on the 10k! :)

  2. Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar Not Specified Not Specified

    Aww yay to your first 5km!! YOU ROCK!

  3. Caitlin Not Specified Not Specified

    Looks delicious!!!

    Caitlin
    Lifealamodeblog.wordpress.com

  4. Sadye Not Specified Not Specified

    That’s a darn good time for a 5K. You definitely deserve this dessert :)

  5. Kate Not Specified Not Specified

    You’re inspiring me to train for my own 5k now! And those strawberries look incredible — so pretty, and perfect for Valentine’s Day. They also look sooooo much better than the strawberries at the markets here in Idaho right now ;)

  6. caroline [the diy nurse] Not Specified Not Specified

    So I feel totally uncultured asking this but can you explain what it tastes like? Sabayon I mean. Never ever had it or really seen it around much.

  7. Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today Not Specified Not Specified

    I’ll have to wait for fresh strawberries for few months (the one imported are tasteless unfortunately), but it’s worth waiting.

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  9. Beth Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks good! And only 3 ingredients is very appealing.

  10. Tiffany @ Triple Creme Decadence Not Specified Not Specified

    Congrats on your marathon! Your time is not bad at all! Sabayon is so delicious with berries. I like your addition of sparkling wine. Thank you for sharing! :)

  11. Prerna@IndianSimmer Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh my gosh, this recipe is such a winner! Was looking for a few recipes for a friend who is having a party at home and asked me to help. This is definitely going into her menu :-)
    Hope you ladies are doing great. Its been a long time since we last met.

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