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Peach And Passion Fruit Mousse Recipe

Peach And Passion Fruit Mousse Recipe.

Happy wonderful Wednesday.

Looking for a nice and creamy mousse recipe?

How about trying this Peach and Passion Fruit Mousse Recipe?

 This elegant peach and passion fruit mousse recipe is light and refreshing, the perfect end to a special meal.

Perfect to try not or save for a special event.

How To Make A Peach And Passion Fruit Mousse:

Serves: 4


PER SERVING (200g): 219 Kcal, Protein 5.8g, Carbs 18.4g, Sugar

18.2g, Fat 13.3g, Sat Fat 8.4g, Fibre 1g, Salt 0g

COST PER SERVING (200g): £0.51

Preparation time: 1 hour and overnight to set

Peach And Passion Fruit Mousse Recipe Method:

  1. Begin by breaking the gelatine into a bowl and add the boiling water and mix. Leave to completely dissolve.
  2. Add the yogurt and lemon juice to the warm gelatine and mix thoroughly. Pour into a container or cover and leave to set in the refrigerator overnight.
  3. To make the mousse whip the set yogurt with the cream using an electric whisk. Whip until soft peaks are formed and the mixture is glossy without lumps.
  4. Layer the mousse into serving glasses alternating with the peach puree.
  5. Return the layered mousse to the fridge to chill for approximately 40 minutes. This will allow the mousse to set and the bubbles to form.

Tip: Always add cold liquids to warm gelatine to ensure good setting properties.

 Peach And Passion Fruit Mousse Recipe.

Guest post. Recipe c/o of  Rachels Organic. No payment was received. What do you think of this Peach and Passion Fruit Mousse?

 Have you made any mousse recipes before?

Fancy trying this recipe?

Perfect for an afternoon tea, special treat or dinner party.

Love for you to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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23 responses to “Peach And Passion Fruit Mousse Recipe”

  1. Tamar SB says:

    That looks amazing!

  2. Dean B says:

    Not a big passion fruit fan but this looks lovely 🙂

  3. Rhian Westbury says:

    I love passionfruit and I bet the contrast between the peach tastes really nice. If nothing else it looks stunning x

  4. Jordanne Lee says:

    I want to have a go at this, it looks so beautiful and sounds super tasty. Jordanne || Thelifeofaglasgowgirl.co.uk

  5. Stella Olojola says:

    I like the sound of this fruit mousse recipe.

  6. Annie says:

    I don't know if I can find a passion fruit yogurt, but would love to try this!

  7. Eat.Love.Live says:

    This looks so yummy and such a great, light dessert! It looks pretty simple to make too xx

  8. Ickle Pickle says:

    This looks delicious – so light and refreshing. I think even I could make this! Kaz x

  9. Chloe/Life Unexpected says:

    This looks so refreshing. I love passionfruit. A must try on the weekend! xx

  10. The Parenting Trials says:

    wow how amazing does that look.. i would love to try and make some like this. I've never tried passion fruit before if I'm honest, but if i made it and didn't like it then I'm sure the recipe would be easily adaptable to some other kind of fruit. great recipe hun x

  11. Anonymous says:

    Yes please. This sounds amazing.

  12. Winnie says:

    Mouth-watering dessert!! It really looks amazingggggggggggg

  13. VioletDaffodils says:

    This looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe! :DVioletDaffodilsxx

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