"I fell in love with this delicious dessert while visiting Scotland. I decided to create my own recipe after returning home. It's an easy, quick, summer dessert. It is made with a cheese you can't find in the states. Greek yogurt or vanilla yogurt( minus the vanilla in the recipe) can be used instead of heavy whipping cream."

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Preparation Time5 min

Cooking Time5 min

Recipe CourseDessert


  • 1 pint Heavy whipping cream
  • 3 tablespoons Honey
  • 5 tablespoons Instant Oats
  • 2 ounces Whiskey
  • 10 ounces Raspberries
  • 1 tablespoon Vanilla extract
  • 4 Raspberries depending on size


  1. Toast oats over low heat, in a dry pan for 5 to 6 minutes. Remove from heat, cool.

  2. Place raspberries in a tall, plastic cup or place in blender.If using a cup, instert emerson blender and give a couple of pulses. If using blender, a couple of pulses. Add whiskey vanilla extract and honey. Mix thoroughly.

  3. In separate bowl, using hand mixer whip the cream into soft peaks. 3-5 minutes.

  4. You can strain raspberries or add the liquid mixture directly into the cream. Using big strokes, use a spatula and fold raspberries into the cream. Do not over mix. 4 to 6 big folds. You want to see streaks of raspberries in the cream.

  5. Spoon cream and raspberries into 4 or 6 stemless wine glasses, top with remaining raspberries. You can top with oats if eating immediately. If chilling do not add oats until right before serving, place plastic wrap over glasses, chill for 2 hours or more.

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My wife and I love recipes from the British Isles, though some of the common ingredients like caster sugar and double cream are difficult or impossible to easily find on this side of the Atlantic. The original recipe for cranachan uses double cream, and I think the use of heavy cream would make an acceptable substitute. I'm interested in giving this a try with the Greek yogurt to see how it affects the overall taste.

YUM! This was a great recipe, and so easy! I will say, though, that I didn't add in the whiskey-- I'm not a big fan of alcohol. If you do like whiskey, though, I'm sure you would love it too! The way I made it just meant it could be shared with the whole family!


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