Heering Triple Dream No Bake Dessert on Koshereye.com

Mixologists use Peter F. Heering liqueurs in many favorite new and classic cocktails including the legendary Singapore Sling, a drink born in 1919 in Singapore’s Raffles hotel. Of course, we enjoy sipping Heering liqueurs, (both cherry and coffee flavors), but are also inclined to whip up Heering infused desserts– like our newest creation, The Triple Dream No Bake Layer Cake. The most difficult part of this dessert is not the creating, but resisting eating seconds. O.K. … and thirds!

RECIPE;
Inspired by a French pastry called the Millefeuille—and adapted from a friend’s recipe, this decadent triple layered dessert is simple to prepare– combining the flavors of creamy vanilla, dark chocolate and Heering Coffee Liqueur. It is layered and served in a 9 x 13 dish.

Ingredients

3 (8 oz.) containers parve whipping cream, such as RichWhip – defrosted and divided
1 package (3.75 oz.) instant vanilla pudding mix
4-6 ounces Peter F. Heering coffee liqueur- divided
6 ounces vanilla soy milk
1 box chocolate graham crackers – parve
8 oz. of chocolate chips or semi-sweet chocolate (parve)

Directions

With an electric mixer, combine two containers of whipping cream, vanilla pudding mix and soy milk. Whip until stiff peaks form, then set aside.
Pour 4-6 ounces of Heering liqueur into 9 x 13 glass or crystal serving dish.
Add first layer of graham crackers and then 1/2 of whipped cream mixture.
Top the whipped cream mixture with a second layer of graham crackers.
Top with remaining whipped cream mixture.
Top with final layer of graham crackers.
Mix chocolate chips with one container un-whipped cream; gently warm in microwave or on stovetop in a pot over simmering water, until the mixture is mostly melted. (Watch carefully.) Remove from heat and gently combine with a spatula to ensure smooth consistency. Pour warm chocolate mixture over top layer of graham crackers.
Refrigerate covered for 4-6 hours – or overnight.
Serve with a glass of Heering Coffee Liqueur or coffee- or both!

Notes

This luscious pastry can be made as a dairy dessert.
In place of parve whipping cream, use real dairy whipping cream and substitute whole milk for soy milk. Lady fingers can be substituted for graham crackers.

The top can be garnished with chopped roasted almonds or hazelnuts.

The second layer of graham crackers can also be quickly dipped in additional liqueur. However, this must be done quickly or graham crackers will get too soft.
Serves 10-12.

Recipe:Kosher, Dessert, Parve

Just In Time For Hanukkah: A New Spin On Recipes From Cherry Heering Liqueur

The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah is upon us and the first night is this Saturday night, December 8th.  When I think of Hanukkah, I think about the opportunity to get together with friends and family. In today’s world of endless online resources, Hanukkah party planningrecipescrafts, and gifts are trending on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.

I have very fond memories of the latkes my mother made.  I can still smell the onion and freshly peeled potato coming from her suburban kitchen. The oil would “pop” as each spoonful of the potato latke mixture was dropped into the pan. I remember counting the minutes until I could eat one (I always had several) topped with sour cream and apple sauce. Yes, the miracle of the oil was definitely symbolized in those latkes.

Now that I have my own home and planning my own Hanukkah party, I really wanted to focus on recipes to help wash down the latkes. What better desserts and beverages to wash down the latkes a dessert made with Cherry Heering Liqueur.

Following the potato latkes, I plan on serving this recipe for “Boozy” Donuts with Creme Brulee topping! I still remember when I was pregnant with my daughter and craving Hanukkah donuts so badly that I made my husband go wait in line at a bakery so he could get first batch out of the oven. These donuts, also known as sufganiot, are filled with custard, chocolate, and/or caramel. While my favorite was always the custard filling, I have a new found appreciation for “Boozy” donuts. This is the batch that the kids shouldn’t take from, just an FYI!

Boozy Donuts with Crème Brulee Topping

6 sugar-covered donuts 1/2 cup of sugar  3 oz. either coffee or cherry Heering Liqueur

Directions

Heat the donuts in the oven at 250 degrees for 5 minutes.

On a plate add the sugar, brush the top of the warm donuts with water and drip in the sugar.

Insert and fill the liqueur in multiple spots of the bottom of the donuts with a small turkey baster/or cake decorating tool about 1/2 oz. per donut

With a crème brulee torch, burn the sugar top of the donuts to a hard sugar topping. If you don’t have a creme brulee torch, you can simply put in the oven on broil for a few minutes till the sugar caramelizes.

Serve right away while warm!

Nothing goes better with these delicious “boozy” donuts than a Coffee Latte. While you are watching the candles burn low, why not sip on a Coffee Heering Liqueur Latte.

Coffee Latte

1 ½ oz. Coffee Heering Liqueur Steamed Milk (may use skim)

Directions

Pour Coffee Heering into a mug add Steamed Milk Garnish with chocolate shavings

If you prefer the Cherry Heering Liqueur, try this lovely recipe for Cheery Hot Chocolate:

Cherry Hot Chocolate

1 ½ oz. Cherry Heering Hot Chocolate Topping suggestions: Marshmallows’ & hot chili flakes

This next drink reminds me of my dad. He always ordered an Egg Cream (while I made a face of disgust) when we were at his favorite deli. I now think that I could appreciate this drink, especially this version:

Heering Coffee Egg Cream

2 tablespoons chocolate syrup 1 shot/2oz Heering Coffee Liqueur 3/4 cup cold milk 3/4 cup coldseltzer water

Directions

In a 12-ounce glass, stir together chocolate syrup, Heering coffee liqueur, and milk. Top with seltzer and stir. Serve immediately with straw.

What is your favorite way to serve Cherry Heering Liqueur or Heering Coffee Liqueur? Any way you choose, you should drink responsibly!

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2012 Social Media Dinner at Abigael’s KosherFeast II on Koshereye.com

…A bottle of Peter F. Heering Liqueur, from another of our distinguished sponsors, was placed on each table along with Abigael’s array of delicious desserts including molten chocolate cake, warm apple cobbler and fresh fruit fondue. The bottles of Heering Coffee Liqueur were the perfect pairing for these luscious desserts and after dinner coffees. Miniature bottles of both Cherry and Coffee Heering liqueurs were included in the swag bags as well.

http://www.koshereye.com/vip-chefs-foodies/in-the-spotlight/2154-2012-social-media-dinner-at-abigaels.html

A Sweet New Year With The ‘Cherry Heering’ On Top!

…Again, I am very thankful that my husband can cook! This year, we decided to make our meals and the celebration of the Jewish New Year even sweeter with a couple of bottles of Cherry Heering Liqueur and Cherry Heering Coffee Liqueur. You may know this brand from one of those family get togethers when you were a kid, like my husband did. Whether you knew about this brand before, or just learned about it recently (that would be me), here are some new ways to serve it up this Jewish New Year:
The Perfect Hostess Gift
Your friends will be inspired to either pour it over ice and drink it after a meal (my husband loves this).

A Cherry Heering L’CHAIM
Orange Dessert
Drizzle Cherry Heering over cut, fresh oranges.

Cherry Dessert
Serve your Rosh Hashana guests a shot of Cherry Heering in a cordial glass.

Coffee Brownie Blast
Drizzle Heering Coffee Liqueur over a warm chocolate brownie and serve.

Ice Coffee Cream
Serve up a cup of PAREVE (non-dairy) ice cream and drizzle Heering Coffee Liqueur on top.

Now, doesn’t that sound good? What great ways could you think of to serve Cherry Heering Liqueur or Heering Coffee Liqueur this Rosh Hashana?

Cherry Heering in Holy Day Dessert…

SYR’s Cherry Heering Syrup
Serves 24

Ingredients
•2 pounds fresh or frozen cherries, pitted and halved.
•1 cup sugar
•1 cup water
•1 teaspoon Cherry Heering
•Juice of 1 lemon
•2 tablespoons cornstarch
•Pinch of salt

Directions
1.Bring cherries, sugar, ¾ cups water, and lemon juice to a slow boil- medium heat, in a heavy saucepan, stirring until cherries are soft and liquid is syrupy.
2.Stir 1/4 cup lukewarm water and cornstarch in a small bowl until smooth. Pour and stir into boiling cherry syrup. Boil, stirring constantly, until liquid thickens, for about 1 minute.
3.Cool to room temperature, add 1 teaspoon of Cherry Heering. Store in syrup bottle or container.

The Peter Heering distributor in the US had sent us a bottle of Cherry Heering and a bottle of Heering Coffee Liqueur for Purim; the Coffee Liqueur was finished so I decided to use the last of the Cherry Heering and the results were delicious!

Heering Coffee at Huffingtonpostcom

Ten for ’10: The Best New Spirits of the Year
Managed to hold of a bottle of newly launched Heering Coffee Liqueur yesterday. I confess to being a bit of a fan of Cherry Heering, but what about coffee? I often find line extensions disappoint¬ing, but I must say they pulled it off. Heering Coffee was nothing short of delicious. The flavor is very potent and I liked it being high proof. Is it the best coffee liqueur on the market? Don’t know, haven’t tried them all. But I can tell you it is miles ahead of the standards like Kahlua and Tia Maria. Patron Café is really good, but choosing between the two I’d go for Heering which is rum based (I’m not a huge tequila fan).”

Heering part of Kosher fest in US

Heering Cherry Liqueur and Heering Coffee Liqueur will be part of the upcoming Kosher fest on the 26th and 27th of October in US. Heering will also take part in the “Kosherfest 2010 New Products Competition” in NY.

Heering Cherry and Coffee win medals!

Heering Cherry and Heering Coffee Liqueur came very high up on the scale when a German Tasting Blog tried cherry and coffee liqueurs. Follow the link below to see the result:
Heering Coffee was voted as number two best taset with recommendations and Heering Cherry was voted number three with very nice recommendations.

http://tastings-blog.de/?p=539

Heering in OU magazine

Heering is featured in the latest OU magazine where it is announced that Heering Coffee Liqueur joins Heering Cherry Liqueur for the OU certification.

Heering in “Behind the Union Symbol”

Heering Cherry Liqueur and Heering Coffee Liqueur were featured with image and text in the last issue of “Behind the Union Symbol”. Heering Cherry liqueur and Heering Coffee liqueur both wear the OU certification which makes them excellent kosher products.

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