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This Keto Raspberry Mousse is incredibly soft and fluffy! It is made with grass-fed gelatin and zero grains, so you know it’s healthy.
This light and creamy dessert doesn’t only look beautiful, but it also tastes amazing. Super fluffy with a refreshing, fruity flavor, all thanks to our lovely raspberries. Sprinkled with some chopped or grated chocolate, this keto mousse will be perfect for even the fanciest of occasions.
This mousse is so easy to make! No baking, no long chilling times!
Is this raspberry mousse really keto-friendly?
You bet it is! Sweet desserts are usually made with loads of sugar, but this keto mousse is sweetened with only raspberries and erythritol, a natural sweetener. So, don’t worry about this treat raising your blood sugar!
What’s even better, this gorgeous dessert is actually HEALTHY! It’s made with grass-fed gelatin that is good for your joints AND skin. I love that stuff and actually mix 1 tbsp of this power food with my daily butter coffee. Not to mention the health benefits of raspberries that are filled with vitamins and antioxidants. Healthy food sure can be yummy!
Tips for making fluffy raspberry mousse!
Raspberries. Use frozen raspberries. Not only are they cheaper than fresh berries, but frozen raspberries actually reduce the chilling time! You will heat up one cup of raspberries with erythritol to mix in the gelatin. Only then will you stir in the SECOND cup of raspberries to instantly cool down the mixture and prepare it for the whipped cream.
Whipped cream. Beat your sweet cream until SOFT peaks form. Whisk 1/3 of the cream into the cooled raspberry mixture to lighten it. Then whisk in the remaining cream for a fluffy mousse.
Chilling and serving. Thanks to the frozen raspberries, the mousse only needs to be chilled for about 15 minutes. I like to scoop the mousse into serving dishes before I chill it, but you can certainly chill it in one large dish, and scoop out individual servings later. This raspberry mousse tastes great with grated, sugar-free chocolate.
Nothing beats a quick and fluffy mousse!
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Keto Raspberry Mousse
- In a medium saucepan, bring 1 cup of raspberries and erythritol to a simmer while stirring.
- In the meantime, sprinkle gelatin over ½ cup of cold water. Let sit for 5 minutes, then whisk. Take simmering raspberry mixture off heat. Pour gelatin mixture into still hot raspberry mixture. Whisk for about 1 minute until fully combined.
- Pour mixture into a bowl and whisk in the second cup of frozen raspberries. Place bowl in fridge while preparing the whipping cream.
- In a medium bowl, beat heavy cream until soft peaks form. Whisk 1/3 of the cream into the cooled raspberry mixture to lighten it. Then whisk in the remaining cream.
- Divide mousse between 6 serving dishes and chill in fridge for 15 more minutes. Garnish with grated or chopped sugar-free chocolate if desired.