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Effortless raspberry iced mousse

Effortless raspberry iced mousse

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(28 ratings)

Prep: 5 mins

Easy

Serves 4
Use raspberries straight from the freezer for a mousse that will unfreeze your tastebuds

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition per serving

  • kcalories158
  • fat0g
  • saturates0g
  • carbs21g
  • sugars13g
  • fibre2g
  • protein19g
  • salt0.17g
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Ingredients

  • 2 x 250g tubs Quark (low-fat cream cheese)
  • 50g icing sugar
  • squeeze or two of lemon juice
  • 250g pack of frozen raspberries

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Method

  1. Tip the quark and sugar into a large bowl, squeeze in a few drops of lemon juice and beat with a wooden spoon until smooth and creamy (you can do this an hour or two ahead).

  2. Gently stir in raspberries until they begin to break up and mixture is streaked pink; taste and add a little more lemon juice if liked. Spoon into glasses and serve.

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Comments (35)

pwincessp19's picture

Made this for the second time last night and it went down a treat. There were no frozen raspberries in sainsburys so I subbed them for wild cherries, and I also pimped the quark and icing sugar with some desiccated coconut while I beat it all together. Worked super well, and served with some delicious almond thins! Light but super fresh and not too sweet to end a meal! And soooooo easy!

Shulag123's picture

Can you freeze this?

musical's picture

caramel biscuits broken up give a nice flavour, while the mousse is delicious I feel ( personal choice here) give it a bit more body. maybe with biscuits of some sort after a lighter main course and without biscuits if the main course is heavy or substantial.

cheekynieki's picture
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Love it, very fresh, light and yet full of flavour. My boyfriend prefers it the next day, but I like the crunchiness of the frozen raspberries. Definitely a winner

melbradburn's picture

If you like quark Delia does a great low fat carrot cake with quark topping. Always a winner in our house.

Tamsers's picture
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I made this for my Slimming World group on taster night and every one loved it! I just substituted the sugar for granulated sweetner to taste and got delicious syn free pudding. Delicious and healthy!

jozine's picture
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Great easy recipe, just a little too tart for my liking. Will make again but with more icing sugar next time.

mmgrdivechick's picture
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great last minute dessert, as I generally have frozen raspberries in the freezer. I used cream cheese, as I couldn't find quark in Spain, and added a little more icing sugar. Next time I made it I put a layer of crushed digestives in the bottom- just like cheesecake - fantastic!

Lay Di's picture
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delicious and quick! I took the raspberries out of the freezer 45min before, this way they were soft but still ice-cold, njum!

cc0699's picture
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A very light refreshing pudding :-) could see myself having a lot more in summer time .

nic81081's picture
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This pudding was surprisingly tasty. We added a few dark chocolate chips too and it worked really well.

msmikkel's picture

Haven't made it yet - just want to let you all know, that Quark is a low fat (1 %) cream cheese product from Denmark produced by Arla. It contains 320 KJ / 100 grams and it's used for desserts and in cakes because of the high protein content of 13 grams / 100 grams. This also makes it ideal for vegetarians to use, since they tend to reduce their protein intake below desirable levels :)

rachael--h's picture
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really quick and easy. put some crushed oreos at t bottom - ace!

papertigress's picture
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I made this with philadelphia... I didn't like it, but my friends loved it very much, one of them ended up eating what was left of my glass of mousse (which was a lot) as well as his glass...

tobyjug3's picture

Made with frozen Blackberries, as I can not eat raspberries, and added a small amount of strawberry liquer and digestive crumbs to top, for a party. Everyone wanted more

hannahgraydon's picture
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This dish was great, I added a tbsp extra of lemon juice and topped with extra raspberries and some crunch up biscuits.
Had to make it with Philly though as I couldn't get quark in my supermaket

kimkap's picture

This dish is so simple to make and so delicious. I wasn't sure about using frozen raspberries but gave it a try and it works so well. My Husband enjoyed it and asked for seconds (he normally get's half of mine because I never finish a sweet but on this occasion he was left wanting).

sunset123's picture
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I did not like it at all. My husband does not like sweet things and pudding.......But he like this one......I would have throught cream would have been better...??????

sunset123's picture
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very nice it was to

belhunt100's picture
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Absolutely Gorgeous!! Perfect pud for a last minute supper, made it for 2 but only halved the Quark. I had a taste before putting it in the glasses, and nearly nearly cried when i dropped the glass meaning we had to share one glass between two people. Will definately make again

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