Grilled raspberry shortcake
If I’ve learned anything in my almost three years of marriage it’s letting my man do or tend to the grill.  It’s like it is their sanctuary,  their baby, their happy project.  My husband is pretty happy to let me do the cooking and baking in the family but once we move to the back porch he takes the reins.  Theres something satisfying to them about grabbing a cold beer and being able to Man The Grill.  I would never want to take that IMPORTANT burger or steak role from him.  Nor do I sit their and say you need to add this or cook it that way.

I just don’t.

However, he works during the daytime and I’m at home with the free willpower to cook/bake/grill anything that I want or crave on that particular day.  Well, ladies I took over the grill for the afternoon.  I pulled back the dusty cover to release the grill, shiny color and all its cooking glory.  It was all mine.  Free range to cook what ever I wanted before he pulled back into the drive for the evening.

Grilled raspberry shortcake

Most women or people would grill a steak or some fresh romaine lettuce.  Oh how I love the crisp taste of grilled romaine lettuce with a little bit of salt and balsamic vinegar.  This day I was venturing away from the norm and I was going to make a grilled raspberry shortcake with raspberry cream.  I was intrigued with the flavor combo since people usually use strawberries instead, but this was my dish and my grill to man.

In our local stores the main brand of berries is Driscolls.  I’m so happy to be teaming up with them today for this gratifying berry shortcake dish.  They offer raspberries, strawberries, blueberries and blackberries plus some organic berries as well.  Raspberries scream dessert dish to me.  Whether it be dipping them in sugar and water or adding them to a classic dish.

Grilled raspberry shortcake

I thought about skewering up my raspberries but wasn’t sure how well they would hold up with the grill grates, so I stuck with MY trusty grill basket.  In a matter of a couple of seconds I had some nice grilled raspberries for my recipe.

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Grilled raspberry shortcake with raspberry cream

Grilled raspberry shortcake with raspberry cream


1/4 cup half and half
1/2 teaspoon vanilla
3 tablespoon powdered sugar
1/2 cup sour cream
6 ounce container or 1 1/2 cups Driscoll’s raspberries
1 teaspoon sugar
8 thick slices of store bought pound cake


Preheat grill to 325 degrees F.

Pour half and half, vanilla, powdered sugar and sour cream into a large mixing bowl. Beat on high for 4 minutes until mixture thickens up. Place mixing bowl in refrigerator while raspberries cook.

Place vegetable grill basket on top of the grill and add raspberries. Cook for 1 minute stirring occasionally. While raspberries are cooking place pound cake slices on grill and cook for 20-25 seconds on each side. Remove cake and raspberries from grill.

Remove cream from refrigerator and add 3 raspberries to the bowl. Mix again until raspberries are broken up in the cream. Pour into a piping bag or ziploc bag and cut off the corner.

Lay one slice of the pound cake onto a plate and top with cream. Then add 5-6 raspberries and top with an additional pound cake slice.

Top with more cream and raspberries.

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60 comments on “Grilled raspberry shortcake with raspberry cream”

  1. This looks fantastic. I always lean towards strawberries…and whenever I use raspberries it reminds me how much I love them too!

  2. These look absolutely amazing! I love fresh berries!

  3. Meagan, I let my husband take over on the grill too – and I like when he does! I would never have thought to grill the berries and shortcake – looks delicious!

  4. raspberry cheesecake thanks for the giveaway

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  7. I love a rich raspberry milkshake. So easy to make and tastes fabulous on a hot summer’s day.

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  10. I love raspberries for breakfast. I am also thinking about making a fancy schmancy tart with a nut crust. Love this idea for the grilled shortcakes. Tweeting it out.

  11. I can just eat container after container of raspberries! They are my favorite! As for a recipe, there is a layer cake recipe that uses raspberries that I have pinned that I really want to try!

  12. I like A Zesty Bite on FB!

  13. I like Driscolls on FB

  14. I love all Driscoll’s berries! I eat them plain ALL the time and sometimes with plain yogurt, vanilla and honey, my favorite breakfast!

  15. I make yoghurt parfait with granola, raspberries and blueberries

  16. I just love this and the fact that it is grilled is perfect!

  17. I would make a raspberry ice cream topping like my grandma used to do. There’s nothing like those tart raspberries on vanilla ice cream on a summer day.

  18. i’ve been dying to make a raspberry and chocolate ganache torte. so rich and creamy!!

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  21. Yum..Vanilla Ice Cream topped with.fresh Raspberries and a dark chocolate drizzle!

  22. I liked Driscoll’s on FB a while back.

  23. Zesty Bite has been “liked” on FB for quite some time now. Your recipe looks amazing & what a great giveaway…Thank You!

  24. I would LOVE a hefty helping of this!! It’s the perfect summer dish!

  25. I wouldn’t have thought to grill shortcake, but this sounds fantastic! I’ve been wanting to make French toast stuffed with cream cheese and fresh berries, so that’s next up on my berry bucket list, just after this recipe!

  26. I love to make trifles during the summer, so I would find a great recipe with raspberries!

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  28. There is nothing better than The Pioneer Woman’s Yogurt Parfait with fresh blueberries and raspberries!!

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  31. this looks great. i’ve never had a grilled dessert but i’d love to try it. i would probably just eat the raspberries because berries don’t last long around me!

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  34. I’d make Summer Berry Crisp! Yum!

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  37. With that many berries I would make raspberry panna cotta, raspberry Charlotte cakes, raspberry coulis to drizzle over tequila poached pears, raspberry & apple empanadas, raspberry pulled pork and then I’d sip champagne whilst eating fresh raspberries.

  38. I’d have to eat some straight from the box first, then I’d make a raspberry shortcake with real whipped cream. Yum!

  39. Crunchy, and tasteful, the perfect summer desert!

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  42. I would make triple berry pound cake with lime drizzle…so good..use blackberries, raspberries and blueberries…also great with peaches and raspberries…LOVE berries!! Thanks

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  44. And, I follow Driscoll’s too..your recipe looks great. Thanks again.

  45. I’d make a Raspberry Fool or Mousse.

  46. Fresh raspberries in a bowl with real whipped cream or on top of ice cream – yummy!

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  49. I would make a chocolate raspberry tart

  50. I will make raspberry pie.

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  53. I would make a smoothie with the raspberries.

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  56. I would def make this recipe with the raspberries!! Delish 🙂

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