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How to Make Raspberry Mousse

Updated on May 28, 2014
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Raspberry Mousse


Raspberry Mousse Recipe

This raspberry mousse recipe is very easy to follow and does not involve any cooking so it is a perfect recipe to use to introduce children to the kitchen. Teaching children to make and prepare food is important and can help them to develop a sense of independence and it means that when they get older they will be able to take care of themselves.

This raspberry mousse is delicious and creamy and is very quick to make. Another great thing about this mousse is that it contains no raw eggs so there is no risk of getting ill from eating this.


  1. 250ml Evaporated Milk
  2. 500ml Custard (tinned or homemade can be used. I tend to use tinned custard because it is so much quicker than making my own custard from scratch)
  3. 500ml Raspberry Puree (you can use pre-made raspberry puree or you can make your own by blending fresh raspberries)
  4. 1tbsp Sugar
  5. 15g Gelatin, dissolve this in 3tbsp of water


  1. Whisk the evaporated milk until it begins to thicken slightly
  2. Add to the milk the custard, puree and sugar
  3. Fold the custard, sugar and puree into the milk (folding is a little like stirring but you fold the milk over the other ingredients and keep doing it until it is all mixed together)
  4. Add to the mixture the dissolved gelatin and stir until mixed throughout
  5. Pour it all into a mould and leave it in a fridge to set (the mould can be any shape that you wish)

I hope you enjoy this tasty, creamy and above-all easy to make mousse.


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