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Easy advocaat mousse

This easy advocaat mousse is a delicious dessert that is ready within fifteen minutes. Minimal time and only a few ingredients, but great flavours!

15 minutes 4 people Desserts
Easy advocaat mousse

Ingredients

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  • 150 ml whipping cream
  • 100 ml advocaat
  • small handful of biscuits
  • 2 lady fingers
  • dark chocolate or alternatively sprinkles
Easy advocaat mousse ingredients
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Kitchen equipment

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  • optional: resealable bag & rolling pin
  • electric mixer or bowl and whisk
  • 4 small glasses
  • spoon or piping bag
  • optional: small knife


Preparation

15 minutes 4 people Desserts

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Preparation – 5 minutes

Crumble a handful of biscuits of your choice, such as Digestive biscuits or Graham Crackers. The best way to do this is to place the biscuits in a resealable bag and then roll over them with a rolling pin.

Easy advocaat mousse
Easy advocaat mousse

Finishing the Easy Advocate Mousse – 10 Minutes

Whip the cream until just under fully whipped, then stir in the advocaat. If you wish you can add a little sugar, to taste.

Layer small glasses with the advocaat mousse and biscuit crumbs. Use a knife to make chocolate shavings (you can also do this with a vegetable peeler). Garnish each glass with half a lady finger, enjoy!

Easy advocaat mousse: frequently asked questions

Which biscuits are best for biscuit crumbs?

You can basically use any kind of biscuit for crumbling. Digestive biscuits or Graham Crackers are the easiest for this, but you could add some variety with coconut biscuits or chocolate biscuits.

How do you make chocolate shavings?

You can easily make chocolate shavings yourself by scraping a chocolate bar with a sharp knife. Make long, slow strokes to create long chocolate curls.


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