- 2 small bowls of fresh raspberries
- 300 ml unsweetened heavy cream
- 3 egg whites
- 100 gram sugar
- optional: dark chocolate shavings for garnish
Kitchen equipment needed
- medium-sized bowl
- piping-bag or spoon
- 6 glasses
Preparation — 10 minutes + waiting time
Use a fork to crush half of the raspberries. If you like your mousse very smooth, you can use a blender to create a smooth raspberry puree.
BEAT the heavy cream until it has reached the thickness of yogurt. COMBINE the cream with the raspberry puree. DEGREASE the bowl and whisk of your standmixer with a few drops of lemon juice and a paper kitchen towel. BEAT the egg whites until they form stiff peaks. Gradually ADD the sugar and mix them a few minutes more. Carefully fold in the egg whites, make sure the mixture is as fluffy as possible and DIVIDE them over the glasses, the easiest way to do is using a piping-bag without nozzle, but you can also use a spoon. REFRIGERATE for at least 2 hours.
Finishing the raspberry mousse — 5 minutes
As soon as the mousse is set enough, you can serve it. GARNISH with fresh raspberries and chocolate shavings. You can easily make your own shavings by scraping a sharp small knife over a chocolate bar. Enjoy!