Passion Fruit Mousse - Mousse de Maracuya (Maracuja)
Eggless mousse made with passion fruit (maracuya). This mousse is very easy to make and requires few ingredients. Recipe includes three different serving variations for this mousse.
Cuisine Latin American
Keyword Brazilian Dessert, Latin American Dessert, Mousse de Maracuya, Passion Fruit Mousse
Prep Time 10minutes
Chilling Time 2hours
Total Time 10minutes
14ozpassion fruit pulp (100% pulp)Sold in frozen fruit section
1canTable Cream (Media Crema) - 7.6 fl oz
1canSweetened condensed milk (14 oz)
16ozheavy whipping cream
Thaw frozen passion fruit pulp if you had it in the freezer. If you just bought it, just the time it takes to purchase and drive home etc, should be good enough to start making the mousse. I prefer it mostly thawed but it doesn't have to be completely liquid, just easy enough to blend.
Whip heavy cream for 8-10 minutes. I use an electric hand held mixer. Whip until peaks of the cream stay firm and don't lose their shape. Set it aside.
Blend thawed maracuya pulp, table cream and condensed milk.
Pour the blended mix onto the bowl where you whipped the cream. Make sure you have a big enough mixing bowl.
Fold the blended mix into the whipped cream. Pour onto serving cups. You can add crumbled cookies in the bottom if desired. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Serve with fresh passion fruit, raspberries, whipped cream and optional other toppings according to taste.
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