Berry Mousse

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Berry Mousse

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Ingredients

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150ml (¾ cup) whipping cream
½ tsp vanilla extract
125g (4.5oz) mixed berries

Variations

  • Vegan/dairy-free/paleo

Try berry sorbet instead, Whiz frozen berries in a food processor until you have a lovely ‘sorbet’ texture. About 300g (10oz) berries will serve 3-4. Or see the coconut idea below.

  • Berry & coconut

Chill 2 cans of coconut milk. Remove the lid and whip the solid coconut ‘cream’ leaving behind the watery liquid. Swirl in berry puree as above.

  • Stone-fruit mousse

Remove the seeds from 4 ripe peaches or 8 apricots and puree the fruit in the food processor. Swirl through cream instead of the berries.

  • Tangy mousse

Whip only half the cream and stir in natural yoghurt to make up the remaining half.

  • Other flavour ideas

Any ripe fruit will work if you mash or puree it first. Chocolate chunks are a nice addition as are chopped roasted nuts for a little crunch.

Ingredients

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This super quick dessert is great for when you feel like whipping up something sweet after your main course. Feel free to play around with different berries – either frozen or fresh. Or for more ideas see the Variations section.

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Steps

1
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Whip cream until you have soft peaks. Add in vanilla.

2
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Mash berries with a fork until you have a rough puree.

3
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Fold the berries through the cream, leaving it a little unmixed or ‘swirled’.

4
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Divide between 2 small glasses and serve immediately or refrigerate until you’re ready to eat.

jules

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