Make the custard cream. Please refer to Recipe ID: 630101 Let it cool and chill in the refrigerator.
Lightly wash the strawberries and pat dry. Remove the stems and cut in half. Cut the sponge cake into bite-sized pieces.
Pour the strawberry sauce in the glasses and add some whipped cream. Add the sponge cake.
Add the custard cream and use a spoon to smooth the surface. Add the cream and garnish with strawberries. Top with chocolate sauce.
The sponge cake recipe can be found at Recipe ID: 1712435. Freeze leftover sponge cake.
The chocolate sauce can be found at Recipe ID: 1712448 or you can use store-bought sauce.
You can also use store-bought whipped cream. I recommend using cream with at least 35% fat.
Use a small amount of cream at the top. You can also decrease the amount of strawberries and add more cream on top.
If you use store-bought jam instead of strawberry sauce, add a bit of water loosen into a sauce.
It's also delicious if you replace the chocolate sauce with more strawberry sauce. Recipe ID: 2517076.
It's also delicious with bananas. Recipe ID: 2453754
Story Behind this Recipe
This is a dessert I have made since my children were small. I came up with it as I went. You can also garnish it with Pocky sticks, cookies, or wafers. Make it with your favorite toppings. It's also delicious with bananas Recipe ID: 2453754.
Step 1: The custard cream is light on sugar. Adjust to taste. Step 4: Use three 3 cm pieces of sponge cake. Use 1/2 of a recipe worth of custard cream. Adjust to taste. Step 4" You can also garnish with mint leaves and dust with powdered sugar.