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Ingredients

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2 cups cold heavy whipping cream
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
3 tbsp powdered sugar
1 cup fresh strawberry sauce
a handful of strawberries — chopped (for garnishing)

Nutritional information

347
calories
30 g
carbohydrates
6.4 g
protein
23 g
fat
93 mg
sodium
329 mg
cholesterol

Strawberry Mousse

Features:
  • Veg
Cuisine:
    • 15 mins
    • Serves 10
    • Easy

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    Strawberry mousse is a smooth and creamy dessert that makes a perfect delicacy to celebrate every occasion. It is frequently used as an amazing dip for cookies and brownies. You can also relish them as such! If you thought that the perfect strawberry mousse belonged to the cafes and boutique shops, think again. This incredible recipe helps you indulge in pure (and creamy!) strawberry fun.

    Health Benefits

    Strawberries are known to be great mood lifters. They have lots of antioxidants and vitamin C. Strawberries are known to reduce the risk of birth defects in children. Moreover, they are also known to reduce the risk of cancers.

    Eating strawberries whitens your teeth. What’s more, strawberries can also help fight bad breath. Strawberries can also lower the blood pressure. They can also help regulate blood sugar. They are sodium and fat-free making low-calorie foods with high fiber content in addition to lots of manganese and potassium.

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    How to make Strawberry Mousse

    • Beat the cream in a large bowl which is fitted to an electric hand mixer for 5 minutes. Add vanilla and sugar. Mix well. Introduce strawberry sauce.
    • Transfer the mousse with a spoon into small bowls filling only half of the bowls. Refrigerate for 1 hour. Garnish with chopped strawberries if desired.

    Trivia

    Did you know that the strawberry plant is perennial? June-bearing strawberries are the most common variety. In Belgium is situated a museum that is dedicated to strawberries. Do not miss a visit to this museum if you are a strawberry lover. In Ancient Greece, the strawberry was the symbol of Venus, the Goddess of love. Giant strawberries can be as large as the size of an apple!

    It is believed that strawberries were first cultivated in ancient Rome. The word “strawberry” has been derived from the old English word “streawberige” since the plant runners resemble straw pieces. It is called “fresa” in Spanish and in Italian it is referred to as “fragola”.

    Strawberries are not just red. They come in various colors including white, black, yellow, purple, and blue! They are major ingredients to ice creams, juices, and milkshakes.

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