I have publicly stated that I do not consider fruit to be a real dessert. This is still true for the most part, as I would take a slice of cake or a brownie over ANY kind of fruit preparation any day. Yes, including pie.
I'll give you pie people a moment to settle down now.
Are you over the sacrilege now? Okay, moving on.
Despite my scorn of Fruit as Dessert generally, I do make one exception. And I will now share this with you, so that you too may find your life a little more worth living with this little weapon in your dessert arsenal. You ready? Okay . . .
Sour cream and honey. YUUUUM.
See, what you do is, you mix the sour cream and honey into a kind of sauce for the fruit. I think this would work with a lot of fruits, though I have personally only had it with strawberries and peaches. Both fresh and at the height of their seasons, which I have to think makes a difference. So you just add however much honey you want--depending on how much of a sugar rush you want--to a couple of tablespoons of sour cream (I use maybe a teaspoon of honey for two tablespoons of sour cream) and either mix it all together with the cut-up fruit or use it as a dipping sauce. I bet you can guess which I prefer.
I love this so much that I actually prefer it to sugar and heavy cream. And that is saying something, indeed.
Go on, try it. You'll like it. I can almost guarantee it. And if you don't? Eh, so you're a fruit hater. Go have a piece of cake instead. I'll understand.