This amazingly delicious white chocolate raspberry mousse is made a little healthier with Greek yogurt and is made without eggs! Naturally gluten-free.
Happy Valentine’s Day! :) I suppose that most of you have already picked out your Valentine’s Day dessert. I’m a pretty last-minute kind of person myself so I rarely have my menus planned ahead of time. This post is for you!
Mr. T has decided to grace us with his presence again (and I mean that in a non-sarcastic way!) to provide you with a super easy recipe that’s pretty much impossible to mess up! We LOVE the mix of white chocolate, cream cheese and raspberries and this dessert is just that. Now over to Mr. T!
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! I am sure that at least some of you are like me in that you wait until the last minute to get certain things done. Like thinking about what to make your wife for Valentine’s Day. So, if you are still searching for a nice and quick Valentine’s Day surprise, look no further!
We Germans have this very true saying ‘Liebe geht durch den Magen’, which basically means that you win someone’s heart by making delicious food for them. This creamy mousse will help you with that! ;)
It’s relatively quick and easy to make. The texture is kind of difficult to describe. Actually, we weren’t sure if we should call this mousse or no-bake cheesecake filling. If you eat it immediately, it’s more like no-bake cheesecake filling. And if you chill it a while, it’s more mousse-like, but not quite like normal mousse. It’s not as airy (or at least, not as airy as I remember mousse to be). And the Greek yogurt gives it a nice tang.
Unfortunately, I’ll have to come up with something else to surprise Erin with. Suggestions are more than welcome! ;)
White Chocolate Raspberry Mousse (without eggs!)
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- Yield: 2 servings
- 1/4 cup (60ml) whipping or heavy cream
- 4 ounces (112 grams) cream cheese
- 1/3 cup (56 grams) white chocolate, chopped and melted
- 1/2 cup (120 grams) plain Greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup (60 grams) raspberries (frozen or fresh), mashed with a fork
- a few fresh raspberries for garnish, optional
- In a small bowl, with an electric mixer, beat the cream until stiff peaks form. Be careful to not over mix or it'll turn into butter!
- In a separate medium bowl, using the same beaters, mix together the cream cheese and melted white chocolate. Add the Greek yogurt and mix until well combined and then add the mashed raspberries and stir.
- Fold in all but a tablespoon of cream (you'll use that tablespoon to use on top of the mousse). Try to keep the mousse as light as possible. Spoon the mousse into two serving glasses and serve, or chill until serving, up to eight hours.
- Top with the leftover cream and garnish with raspberries, if desired.
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Great job Alex! It looks so good and sounds so quick and easy to make.
This looks great. I love the flavour combinations. It's perfect. And I live by "Liebe geht durch den Magen" One of my favourite sayings ever… ;-)
Ooh, this sounds lovely! If it's sort of like cheesecake filling, I'd probably serve mine with some crumbled graham crackers on top, + maybe a bit of shaved chocolate. Mmmmmmm!
I love mousse and this one looks so fresh tasting and delish…..yum! I'll have to try this sometime.
Ah yum, this sounds delicious! White chocolate and raspberry is pretty much my favourite combination, so I think I definitely have to try this!
I'm so impressed! What a gentleman…I'm sure Erin loved them, as anyone would!
'Liebe geht durch den Magen' i love that! i know my hubby could bring a big smile to my face with a big bowl of this!
Looks so beautiful AND easy to make? I'm also super stoked everytime I see a Mousse recipe that doesn't call for gelatin! I've missed out on trying so many mousses (mousse?) because of the fear of gelatin
Ah I just made something very similar :-) Happy valentine's day as well. We did not celebrate much but is ok! The white chocolate addition sounds really good to me!
Love this so much, Erin!! Hope you both have a great Valentine's Day!!
The perfect combination of flavours and such a lovely Valentine's dessert.
mousse with greek yogurt. I like your style my friend Erin and Mr. T! ;) Hope you both have a FABULOUS valentine's day!!
Love the Greek yogurt addition in this recipe. So pretty! Happy Valentine's Day.
Umm..holy yum. I'm totally making this for Single's Awareness Day!
I definitely agree with that saying!! This dessert looks amazing too! Hope you guys have a great V-Day!!! :D
This is gorgeous!! and yay to MR. T!
Oohh, pretty pink color! :)
Happy Valentine's Day!
Bravo to Mr. T! :) This looks so yummy!!!
Good going Mister! You're a good man to make food for your wife. Mr. C&C; needs some lessons. ;-) Happy Valentine's Day!
Yum, this looks like a gorgeous dessert!!!