Chocolate mousse with raspberries

Quick white chocolate mousse


You will love this white chocolate mousse, it is quick to prepare and it uses generally available ingredients. To make white chocolate mousse, you will need white chocolate, whipping cream, mascarpone, a little icing sugar and fresh raspberries to decorate it. Making this mousse is neither time consuming nor very tiring.

White chocolate mousse is perfect when served as a sweet dessert after dinner as well a part of a sweet table dessert selection. It works great as a Valentine’s Day dessert too. You can find the recipe for a quick white chocolate mousse below, I encourage you to test it.

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White chocolate mousse with raspberries
White chocolate mousse

Ingredients for white chocolate mousse.

  • 200 g white chocolate
  • 400 ml whipping cream (36%)
  • 150 g mascarpone cheese
  • 50 g caster sugar
  • fresh raspberries and mint for decorating

How to make white chocolate mousse.

Pour 200 ml of whipping cream into a pot, add icing sugar and bring it to boil. Remove from the heat, add white chocolate broken into pieces and stir until the chocolate is completely dissolved, then let it cool down.

Pour 200 ml of cold of whipping cream into a bowl and whisk until half stiff. At that point, add mascarpone cheese to it and continue whisking for a moment so that it thickens a little. Afterwards, add the cold but liquid chocolate and whisk with a hand mixer for about a minute – the mousse should thicken a little. Put the finished mousse into a confectionery sleeve and squeeze it into glasses or cups. Decorate the mousse with fresh raspberries and mint.

Chocolate mousse with raspberries
White chocolate mousse

Good to know when making white chocolate mousse.

You can replace the mascarpone cheese with cream cheese.

When whipping the cream, be very careful not to overdo it. Sometimes a few extra seconds of whipping is enough and the cream is overdone. After adding the white chocolate to the whipped mascarpone and cream, I whisked the whole thing for about one minute. The mousse will never have a very stiff consistency, you should aim for a consistency between very liquid and stiff form.

You can replace the fresh raspberries with other soft fruits such as blueberries, blackberries or strawberries.

Are you looking for mousse recipes? If so, try our recipe for Coffee and orange mousse.

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