Lime or any flavour mousse

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  1. redsters baby

    redsters baby Full Member

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    Hi

    Some really lovely desserts here. My fave is the roulade, I have been adding chocolate options to it and its yummy.

    I make up this Lime or other flavour mousse most nights. Syn value of 1.5 for the jelly.

    3 egg whites
    Artifical Sweetner
    1 packer sf hartleys jelly(i love lime)
    2 mullerlight vanilla with chocolate sprinkles


    • Make up jelly using half recommended water, allow to cool

    • Whisk egg whites until stiff, add sweetner to taste

    • Fold in mullerlight yoghurts to egg white mixtures

    • Add the jelly and mix

    • Allow to chill

    It turns into a lovely jelly with a mousse layer.
     
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    Ooh, will have to try making that - sounds yummy!

    I have a recipe for a lemon mousse, which i've made a couple of times. And its syn-FREE :D

    Grated rind and juice of 2 lemons
    8 level tbsp canderel
    3 eggs separated
    2 tbsp hot water
    1 sachet gelatine
    6oz very low fat fromage frais / quark / natural yoghurt
    1 egg white
    pinch of salt

    1. Put grated lemon rind and juice in a bowl with canderel and egg yolks. Stand over a saucepan of simmering water and whisk for about 10- 15 minutes, until a custard-y consistency.

    2. Pour hot water into a basin and sprinkle over gelatine - stand in a saucepan of simmmering water until gelatine has dissolved.

    3. Stir dissolved gelatine into lemon custard mix and leave until beginning to set. Fold the fromage frais / quark / yoghurt into the setting lemon mixture
     
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    Am gonna have a go at this later-have only ever made it with ff but loving quark at the moment and have loads so will use quark :)

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    Sorry if I'm being dull, but when do I need to add the egg whites?
     
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    This is a very similar recipe to yours on this one you add the egg whites at step 4, just before putting them into the dishes

    Lemon Mousse

    (Syn Free)
    Ingredients;
    Grated rind and juice of 2 lemons
    8 level tbsp canderel
    3 eggs separated
    2 tbsp hot water
    1 sachet gelatine
    6oz very low fat fromage frais
    1 egg white
    pinch of salt OR cream of tartar
    Method;
    1. Put grated lemon rind and juice in a bowl with canderel and egg yolks. Stand over a saucepan of simmering water and whisk until lemon in colour (10- 15 minutes)
    2. Pour hot water into a basin and sprinkle over gelatine - stand in a saucepan of simmmering water until gelatine has dissolved.
    3. Stir dissolved gelatine into lemon custard mix and leave until beginning to set. Fold the fromage frais into the setting lemon mixture .
    4. Whisk the 4 egg whites with the salt or cream of tartar until peaking and fold the setting lemon mixture in with a metal spoon.
    5. Pour into a mousse dish and refridgerate for 2 - 3 hours.
    There you go - free lemon mousse - perfect for dinner parties or scoffing on your own!
     
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