Easy White Chocolate Mousse
Attention, completely regressive but absolutely exquisite delight in sight: the white chocolate mousse and its fresh raspberries! A divine dessert that will end the meal brilliantly, or even a gourmet snack that will make the children happy! And you don’t need a lot of ingredients: white chocolate (of course), eggs, liquid fresh cream, vanilla sugar, and beautiful raspberries. Suffice to say that it’s not even worth trying to resist… Treat yourself! The recipe is also available on video 😉
- 200g white chocolate
- 4 eggs
- 40 cl of liquid cream + 1 tbsp. tablespoon for white chocolate
- 1 sachet of vanilla sugar
- a punnet of raspberries
- Preparation20 mins
- Cooking5 minutes
- Rest12 p.m.
- 1.Take the eggs and separate the whites from the yolks. Put the whites in a large bowl, and the yolks in a bowl
- 2.Melt the white chocolate in a bain-marie with a tablespoon of liquid cream. To do this, break the chocolate into pieces and place them in a heat-resistant dish. Then place this dish in a saucepan of boiling water until halfway, and let the white chocolate and cream melt. When the chocolate is smooth, add the egg yolks off the heat. Book.
- 3.Whip the egg whites with a pinch of salt using a whisk or an electric mixer. Store them in the fridge so they don’t fall.
- 4.Whip the liquid cream into whipped cream with the vanilla sugar, again with a whisk or an electric mixer. Gently fold it into the white chocolate/egg yolk preparation with a wooden spoon or a rubber spatula. Finally, incorporate the egg whites and reserve everything in the fridge overnight (12 hours).
- 5.When your mousse is very creamy, arrange your verrines or cups, gently depositing the mousse until half, then raspberries, then more mousse. Finish with a nice layer of raspberries on top.
If it’s not a raspberry season, don’t hesitate to buy frozen ones, which are also very good (and offer raspberries in the middle of winter, it always has its little effect ;)). And even if the marriage of white chocolate/raspberries still works, you can completely replace them with other red fruits such as strawberries or redcurrants, or even a good little coulis of peach, apricot or fruit of the passion… Pastry has only one rule: have fun and treat yourself!