Featured Video Play Icon

Strawberry Mousse in White Chocolate Cups

Jump to Recipe

After a long gap, I am back again with another delicious recipe that you will definitely want to try out: 2 Ingredient Strawberry Mousse served in White Chocolate cups. It is super simple to make and looks extremely classy and whoever you serve it to will definitely fall in love with it!

Here’s what you need:
  • 250 gm of chopped, melted & cooled white chocolate
  • ½ cup of whipping cream
  • Strawberry Preserve/ Jam/ Puree/ Compote
  • Sugar: to taste – if you are using unsweetened whipping cream

To garnish:

  • Fresh chopped strawberries
  • Fresh whole strawberries
How to make it:

I am going to start by making the strawberry mousse first, but if you want you can work with the chocolate cups first.

The Strawberry Mousse:

  • Take chilled whipping cream in a bowl and whip it until it almost reaches the stiff peaks stage. The consistency that you are looking for here is somewhat between soft and stiff peaks, such that the mousse is able to retain its structure.
  • If you are using unsweetened whipping cream, add the sugar into the whipping cream once it has reached soft peaks, and then continue to whip it.
  • Next, add in the strawberry jam, compote, or whatever you are using to flavor the mousse. There’s a video on my YouTube channel on How you can make Strawberry Compote at home.
  • You can also add in some fresh strawberries if you have any.
  • Give it all a gentle mix and then cover and keep in the fridge while you work on making the white chocolate cups.

The White Chocolate Cups:

  • To make the White Chocolate Cups, all you really need is some white chocolate and a silicon mold. You can use any mold you have available but I find silicon molds to be much more convenient when it comes to taking the chocolate out of the mold.
  • Melt the white chocolate on a double boiler or in the microwave at 30-second intervals.
  • Let the chocolate cool down for a while, such that the chocolate is cooled down but hasn’t set.
  • Pour it into the cavities of the mold and line it with the help of a spoon or a brush. Make sure the cavities are covered very well on all ends with the chocolate.
  • Invert the mold on a surface so that all the excess chocolate drips out and let it set for a while. If you want you can add another layer of chocolate afterward to make it even thicker.

Time to assemble:

  • Very gently, take the chocolate out of the mold and place it on a flat surface.
  • Load them with as much strawberry mousse as you want.
  • Garnish with whole strawberries, chocolate sauce, or just anything that you like.
  • Serve while it’s still cold.

Strawberry Mousse in White Chocolate Cups

Recipe by Anjali Giri

Ingredients

  • 250 gm of chopped, melted & cooled white chocolate

  • ½ cup of whipping cream

  • Strawberry Preserve/ Jam/ Puree/ Compote

  • Sugar: to taste – if you are using unsweetened whipping cream

  • To Garnish:
  • Fresh chopped strawberries

  • Fresh whole strawberries

Directions

  • The Strawberry Mousse:
  • Take chilled whipping cream in a bowl and whip it until it almost reaches the stiff peaks stage. The consistency that you are looking for here is somewhat between soft and stiff peaks, such that the mousse is able to retain its structure.
  • If you are using unsweetened whipping cream, add the sugar into the whipping cream once it has reached soft peaks, and then continue to whip it.
  • Next, add in the strawberry jam, compote, or whatever you are using to flavor the mousse. There’s a video on my YouTube channel on How you can make Strawberry Compote at home.
  • You can also add in some fresh strawberries if you have any.
  • Give it all a gentle mix and then cover and keep in the fridge while you work on making the white chocolate cups.
  • The White Chocolate Cups:
  • To make the White Chocolate Cups, all you really need is some white chocolate and a silicon mold. You can use any mold you have available but I find silicon molds to be much more convenient when it comes to taking the chocolate out of the mold.
  • Melt the white chocolate on a double boiler or in the microwave at 30-second intervals.
  • Let the chocolate cool down for a while, such that the chocolate is cooled down but hasn’t set.
  • Pour it into the cavities of the mold and line it with the help of a spoon or a brush. Make sure the cavities are covered very well on all ends with the chocolate.
  • Invert the mold on a surface so that all the excess chocolate drips out and let it set for a while. If you want you can add another layer of chocolate afterward to make it even thicker.
  • Time to assemble:
  • Very gently, take the chocolate out of the mold and place it on a flat surface.
  • Load them with as much strawberry mousse as you want.
  • Garnish with whole strawberries, chocolate sauce or just anything that you like.
  • Serve while it’s still cold.

Recipe Video

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *