Both sugar-free and gluten-free, this fruity dessert is the healthier choice as well as being temptingly delicious.
Here nutritionist Sarah Flower, author of The Sugar-Free Family Cookbook, explains how to make this marvellous mousse. The speedy sugar-free recipe uses just two steps to make the mousse – it couldn’t be easier! Simply combine cream cheese, cream and Greek yoghurt with frozen raspberries, blend and pour into the glasses of your choice. Chill for 30 minutes and then serve.
The Sugar-Free Family Cookbook is packed with sugar-free, low fructose and low carb recipes that are sure to become family favourites. From breakfasts, packed lunches and hearty meals to barbecues, fast food and even desserts, each recipe comes with full nutritional advice, helping anyone who wants to improve their health, lose weight and balance their blood sugars.
Sarah Flower is trained in nutrition and nutritional medicine and also teaches children how to cook and eat healthily. A mum of two, she and her son spent a year living sugar-free, and she is the expert in helping families to kick the sugar habit.
The perfect summer dessert, this raspberry mousse is a real people-pleaser – and is a fantastic choice for anyone following a gluten-free diet or who simply wants a healthy treat. The sharpness of the raspberries contrasts beautifully with the indulgent cream – so no need for any sweetener. If you prefer other fruits, try strawberries instead or blueberries with a little lemon zest to make the mousse.
Once chilled in the fridge, these creamy pink desserts will cool you down on even the hottest summer’s day.
Spoons at the ready…
- 180g cream cheese
- 150ml extra thick cream
- 2-3 tbsp Greek yoghurt
- 150g frozen raspberries, slightly defrosted
- A few drops of liquid stevia to taste (optional)
Put all ingredients in a bowl and beat together until well blended.
Place in dessert glasses and place in the fridge to chill for 30 minutes before serving.
32g fat, 4.2g net carbohydrates, 2.5g bre, 4.6g protein per serving.
If you don’t have stevia liquid, opt instead for a teaspoon or two of xylitol or erythritol blend as powdered stevia can leave more of an aftertaste than the liquid.
The Sugar-Free Family Cookbook: Delicious, Healthy Recipes to Help You and Your Children Kick the Sugar Habit (Robinson) by Sarah Flower