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Frozen Raspberry Mousse - Valentines Day Treat #recipe


I love sweets and my refrigerator always has a tub of ice-cream in it. I also like healthy sweets and you'll find me especially in the summer making myself healthy delicious smoothies. The kids are no different and besides ice-cream are addicted to yogurt. If you’re looking for a sweet and unique frozen dessert or treat our Frozen Raspberry Mousse is a must try! It’s also a fun idea for a special Valentine’s Day dessert. It’s very easy to make and is a healthy alternative to ice cream or desserts with lots of added sugar.


Here is what you'll need:
Ingredients and supplies:

2 cups fresh raspberries

2 tbsp sugar

1 large egg white

whipped topping - optional

blender


Directions:

Rinse and pat dry the raspberries. Place in freezer overnight.

Place frozen raspberries and sugar in your blender. Blend on high until the raspberries are crushed. Scrape the sides down as needed and continue blending.


When the raspberries are completely crushed add the egg white. Blend on high, again scraping down the sides as needed, until the mixture has become smooth. The mixture will become creamy and light.


Pour the frozen mousse into a glass and top with whipped topping and a frozen raspberry.

You can also place the mousse into a piping bag with a decorative tip and pipe into a pretty bowl or glass.

Serve and enjoy!


This is a lot like a sorbet and can be made using prepackaged frozen berries and fruits. Keep a bag of frozen berries on hand all the time for making this quick dessert when you find yourself with unexpected guests. You can serve them something delicious, homemade, and beautiful in a matter of minutes!


Annmarie John
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  1. That sounds delicious! My kids would love to make this with me I think. Great little treat!

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    1. I'm sure they would and it's so easy to make as well.

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  2. Ooh, that looks yummy. I'm a huge ice cream eater and it's great to find a healthier alternative.

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    1. Healthy alternatives are great and since this is made with ingredients that you know it is very healthy.

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  3. That looks so yummy! I might have to give it a try soon. I think my daughter would like it.

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    1. Angela I know that Christine would love it. Madison does.

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  4. Ohh now this looks really delicious and yummy to eat! Perfect for Vday indeed!

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    1. It's perfect for Valentines Day and every day actually.

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  5. I love this so much, it looks so classy and yummy!

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  6. Oh my goodness! I've never made this from scratch - now I get it - and it's wonderful to know - what a yummy desert! Thank you

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    1. You're very welcome. It is so easy to make that you'd wonder why you never made it before.

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  7. This is such a great idea. I love the colors of the raspberries.

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    1. You can use raspberries or strawberries or any fruit that you prefer.

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  8. This looks really really good! I need to try this out, I wonder if it would work with other frozen fruits

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    1. Yes Melanie it most certainly will. Just use your favorite.

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  9. Like I said, I pinned this first. Now I'm here to see the pretty photos and comment. I love the idea of it. I can almost taste it! I'm making it for my mom for Valentine's Day.

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    1. Oh Tamara your mom would just love you even more (not sure if that's possible) if you made this. The kids would love and thank you too. :)

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  10. Oh this looks so yummy! I would totally enjoy this and the color is so beautiful!!! I am gonna make this soon! Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Oh it's so easy to make that you'd wonder why you never made it before.

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  11. This looks so yummy but I am not a big raspberry fan. Thanks for saying that you can use other berries in the place of raspberries.

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    1. Yes you can Melissa. Strawberries are great as well. It's my second best favorite.

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  12. This mousse looks delicious. I love how rich it is and that it is made with all natural ingredients.

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    1. Oh yes Maria, all natural and oh so good for you, the way to go this year.

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  13. What a sweet treat for vday. Or any day really. Good way to enjoy raspberries.

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  14. This sounds amazing! I can't wait to try this. Raspberries are my favorite fruit!

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  15. I'm behind on my bloglovin' feed and I can't believe I missed this - decadent and sweet? Such a winning combination! Pinned

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