Raspberry Mousse

  • Difficulty: Ultra Basic
  • 2 hours and 30 minutes
  • 2 servings

Are you looking for a way to cool yourself on these warm, summer days? Well, you can buy some raspberries, because they won’t be around for long, and turn them into a delicious and refreshing raspberry mousse. Find out how to make it following the steps below.

Ingredients

¼ cup warm water
1 teaspoon gelatin powder
7 ounces of raspberries
½ cup sugar
1 cup whipping cream

Steps

  1. Add the warm water and gelatin powder to a smaller bowl. Mix until gelatin dissolves.
  2. Separately, heat a saucepan over lower heat. Add the raspberries and sugar. Cook them until the liquid reduces by half and the sauce thickens.
  3. Strain the raspberry mixture, and discard the thick parts, using only the strained sauce.
  4. Add the dissolved gelatin and mix until the raspberry sauce is even.
  5. Pour the whipping cream into a large bowl. Mix it until it thickens, and stiff peaks appear.
  6. Pour the raspberry sauce over the whipped cream and mix until even.
  7. Pour the mousse into glasses and refrigerate them for 2 hours before serving.

2 Comments

  1. The recipe as written is wrong. If you watch the video you can see what is going on both ingredient-wise and instruction-wise. That was not a teaspoon of sugar that was added to warm water, it is a teaspoon of gelatin. And the rehydrated gelatin is added to the strained raspberry syrup, but before the whipped cream (call this step 3.5).

    • Wow, Jillian, thank you so much for reporting to us these mistakes. It seems you stumbled upon one of our first recipes. They are pretty faulty and each time we find one we’re trying to repair it. Thank you Jillian “Hawkeye” Wallis!👓🙂🙂

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