I haven't the slightest idea how much iron is in this dish of blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, and raspberries, topped with Grand Marnier whipped cream. Sometimes a person has to take a break. Tomorrow I'll be back to my battle with anemia, yelling "Sparta" as I take my iron supplements. Actually, berries contain vitamin C, which helps iron absorb into the body. (Sorry, couldn't help sharing iron trivia.)
You don't have to put Grand Marnier in your whipped cream, vanilla will do nicely. But, the orange liquor certainly made my day. By the way, please notice the lovely heirloom bowl that my fabulous mother-in-law, Bunty, gave me. I treasure it.
I made my whipped cream using my favorite new kitchen appliance, a milk frother. Here is 1/4 cup heavy cream, a
teaspoon tablespoon of Grand Marnier, after I finished frothing it for about 30 seconds. Yes, seconds. It expanded a little into a soft thickness.