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Eggless Strawberry Mousse

Eggless Strawberry Mousse

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Let’s just say the thought of raw eggs in my mousse does not appeal to me. Therefore this Eggless Strawberry Mousse is my go to recipe. It’s easy to make and totally irresistable. 

Eggless Strawberry Mousse

Eggless Strawberry Mousse in glass bottles

It’s light and creamy and not to mention melt-in-your mouth goodness. My hubby who has a sweet tooth could eat this all the time. Only he can’t make it himself so he has to wait until I make it again…haha!

I don’t think lock down has been good for him because he has been eating stuff he usually doesn’t eat.He is very disciplined in terms of his diet when he works from his office. I suppose watching me cook and bake for my blog doesn’t help, right!

He is my official food critic. Trust me he is great at giving very honest critics of my food. Sometimes I not very happy hearing them…Lol!

Ingredients Required

You only need 4 ingredients for this Eggless Strawberry Mousse. Strawberries are back in season here in South Africa so you can make all the strawberry mousse you want. 

Strawberries, sugar, chocolate and fresh cream whipped together makes this a heavenly treat. The kids will love it too.

How to make the Eggless Strawberry Mousse

You hull and chop the strawberries. Place them in a saucepan with the sugar. Once they are mushy you remove it from the heat and blend them.

You then whip the fresh cream, fold the melted chocolate and strawberry puree into the cream.

Divide the mixture into little jars or ramekins and refrigerate for 2 hours. You will have a velvety, irresistable dessert.

More little treats to try:

Mini Baked Lemon Cheesecake

Hong Kong Coconut Tart


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Eggless Strawberry Mousse

Smooth, velvety and irresistable eggless strawberry mousse
Servings 4


  • 2 cups chopped strawberries
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1&1/4 cup/310ml fresh cream
  • 150 gram white chocolate


  • Place the chopped strawberries in a saucepan together with the sugar and simmer until it starts to turn mushy
  • Allow the strawberries to cool and place them in a blender and blend until smooth
  • Melt the chocolate in the microwave, not more than 20 seconds at a time. Once melted allow it to cool down but do not let it get hard
  • Using a cold bowl whip the fresh cream until soft peaks form. Do not over whip. Fold in the cold melted chocolate
  • Reserve 1/3 of the strawberry puree. Fold the remaining strawberry puree into the cream
  • Divide the cream mixture into 4 small ramekins or jars. If using jars you can use a piping back to pipe it in. Spread the 1/3 strawberry puree on top. Refrigerate for at least two hours before serving




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Kristina Pillay

Tuesday 15th of September 2020

Then I should be paying you much more,,, ahaha

Kristina Pillay

Saturday 12th of September 2020

Hi Lorraine

I made this yesterday, and wow, absolutely divine, thank you, simple to make and irresistibly delicious 😋


Sunday 13th of September 2020

Thank you Krissy! I think I should start paying you for all your beautiful reviews. You always make my day. Take Care:-)


Friday 11th of September 2020

Hi Lorraine, thanks for a lovely recipe - I made it this evening and everyone enjoyed it. Modified the recipe by swapping the fresh cream for coconut cream (coconut milk chilled overnight in the fridge and the solid part scooped out and whipped up) and it worked!


Saturday 12th of September 2020

Hi Bianca! That sounds yum, next time I will try it with the coconut cream. Glad you enjoyed it:-)

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