mix a mouse

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  1. poppygreendog

    poppygreendog Silver Member

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    Hi everyone

    Can someone tell my how mix a mouse works and is it worth trying? I think a mouse at night for me tea would be lovely.

    Thanks Sara:)
     
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    I din't think Mice are very nice, I don't think they are allowed on CD ;)
     
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    The mousse on the other hand, are actually quite nice, makes a lovely change!
     
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    LOL naughty Ruth!!!
     
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    Make sure you mix the mousse powder into the sachet powder, then add water and blend blend blend!
     
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    Hope I haven't offended you x
     
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    Tee Hee

    LOL Ruth - knew it was spellt wrong but couldn't think - do you mix the powder in and shove in the fridge? I would make in the morning and eat at tea time, would that be ok?

    :)
     
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    You add it to any shake with 150mls of COLD water and it makes a mousse.
     
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    Totally lush - everybody does there's differently so I guess it depends how intense you like your flavours....

    I place 250ml (cold water from fridge) into blender (you must use blender as nothing else is powerful enough). Put heaped scoop mix-a-mousse into the satchet of your choice and shake the pack well until the mix and pack are mixed up.

    Place in the blender and whizz - tip straight into a bowl and pop in fridge or freezer for 10 mins - ta daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa big bowl mousse.

    Some others only use 150ml water but I use 250ml as it makes more xxxx
     
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    sorry just seen your reply, thanks, def gonna try next time. I will have been on SS 2 weeks when I go to CDC next so gonna pick up a pot (less the mice).

    :)
     
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    Only needs to be left 10mins in fridge .... best making it before you eat it.
     
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    Lol. You need to eat the sachets within 15 minutes of making them as some of the nutrients begin to deteriorate. It does go quite thick quite quickly though. Enjoy!
     
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    thanks y'all gonna give it a try
    :)
     
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    I love the mousse, especially the choc/mint one - yummmmmmmmm!!!:)
     
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    am i right in thinking that the mix-a-mousse is not veggie friendly??
     
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    Afraid not .... :(
     
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    Yeah you're right, it's got gelatine in it:mad:

    I was gutted when my consultant gave me some last year and I was all excited but when I got home and read the ingredients I nearly cried..!!!:tear_drop:

    Boo, not fair to us Veggies!!!

    Mares x xx
     
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