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Sunday, April 4, 2010

Peach Mousse

... with cottage cheese - 125 calories apiece. Can also be made into ice cream.
Taste 5 (out of 5)
Difficulty 1 (out of 5)
- 350 g cottage cheese (320 cal)
- 450 g canned peaches with juice (245 cal)
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream (820 cal)
- 1/4 cup sugar (195 cal)
- 2 tbsp gelatin powder 
- 1/4 cup water
- 2 oranges (160 cal)
- 10 strawberries (220 cal)
Total 1960 cal, 16 servings, 125 cal / serving
1. In a food processor blend the cottage cheese with the canned peaches until completely smooth. 
2. Sprinkle the gelatin over 1/4 cup of lukewarm water and let stand for about 3-4 minutes. Stir well and heat the gelatin water until all the gelatin melts. Mix the gelatin water into the cottage cheese. 
3. Beat the heavy cream with the sugar until stiff. Carefully fold the cottage cheese mixture into the whipped cream. Pour the mousse into 16 1/2 cup ramekins. 
4. Peel and cut the oranges into wedges, slice the strawberries and place in the ramekins on top of the mousse. Let set in a fridge for about 2 hours.
- You can serve the mousse with chocolate shavings, cookie crumb, syrup and fruit.
- For ice cream skip the gelatin and simply freeze the cottage cheese - whipping cream mixture. I don’t have an ice cream maker, without which the result is more of an icicle than an ice cream, but the taste is still good.


Mother Rimmy said...

Terrific presentation! I just love the sound of this dessert. Low in calories too. Can't beat that!

denise @ quickies on the dinner table said...

Your desserts get prettier with each post! Beautiful!!!

bunkycooks said...

This is lovely. I will definitely try this one as we need to lighten things up this Summer!

Biren said...

What a lovely dessert! Berries are so good.

tigerfish said...

That looks like an upside-down mousse. :D

kathy gori said...

delightful! a truly beautiful dessert!

Lauren said...

Looks great, I have never made mousse before, but I love the sound of peaches. Yum.

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MaryMoh said...

Beautiful dessert! I don;t think I can wait to eat that after my meal. I can eat that any time :P

Cristina @TeenieCakes said...

I'm so ready for spring flavors and this peach mousse looks inviting.

sweetlife said...

great flavors...great shot!!


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Drick said...

just now getting around to reading this, great dessert, can't wait to try this one

Jenn said...

This look GREAT. I wonder if honey would work in place of the sugar.

Alina said...

This dessert looks SO pretty! And even despite the presence of cream it sounds very light and healthy!

Deeba PAB said...

Yum yum...just in time for summer!

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