Raspberry Mousse

Individual pretty fruity dessert

I would like to share one my fav individual fruity dessert recipe. Favorite because so quickly done and so simple.

raspberry mousse a french typical recipe by Peregrination Gourmande

Today i’ll show you raspberry mousse. You can do this recipe with every fruit puree you like.


I buy frozen fruit purée. It comes in a 1kg box.


  • I use to separate it (cutting the 1kg block with a very strong knife) in several portions. It‘s easier to use them after.
  • For a nice and smooth chantilly check that the cream is not too whipped. Stop the processor before it’s too hard.
  • You can try this recipe with more puree or less sugar, just as you prefer it.
  • With that amount of ingredients you can make a lot of those little ones. It’s easier to succeed with this amount because of the whipping thing in the processor.
Raspberry Mousse
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: French
Prep time: 
Total time: 
  • 250g raspberry puree
  • 100g sugar
  • 8g edible gelatine in a bowl of cold water
  • 350g liquid cream (30% fat)
  1. First make a chantilly with the cream in your food processor. Let it wait in the fridge.
  2. Put the raspberry puree to melt slowly on low heat. Turn off the stove and put the gelatine after having crushed it in your hands a bit to put away water.
  3. Combine gently.
  4. And finally add the chantilly to the fruit puree. Combine very gently. Be kind to the chantilly. She is such a fragile girl!
  5. Fill a piping bag with this delicious mixture and find some gourmets to leak the bowls!






  • Such a great dessert recipe for a party, I love how easy is it to make too! Thanks for sharing x

  • peregrination gourmande

    Thanks yes it is really easy and you get so quicly a pretty result. Even without using a piping bag. 😉 It’s my fav for buffet party.

  • Oh my goodness!!! These little mousse cups look divine!!! Thank you so much for joining our Fabulous Foodie Fridays party. I can’t wait to make these. xx

    • peregrination gourmande

      FFF is a wonderful community of gourmets !

  • What a good, fresh recipe that would be perfect for summer! I love raspberried!

    • peregrination gourmande

      They are also very good with mango. Just an idea…

  • This sounds devine!

    • peregrination gourmande

      It is indeed and also light after a heavy meal. 😉

  • These look so delicious and fantastic in the hot weather we are having here at the moment. Am adding them to my to make list!

    • peregrination gourmande

      I’m sure you’ll love it.

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