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Strawberry Mousse

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Strawberry Mousse

A kid-friendly recipe that moms can make in minutes and everyone loves!
Cuisine: Healthy
Keyword: appetizers, dessert, kid-friendly, party food


  • 1 cup strawberries halved
  • 2 cups heavy crean
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 pkg (8oz) cream cheese softened
  • assorted fruit for serving


  • In blender, puree strawberries until smooth. Set aside.
  • In mixing bowl, whip heavy cream and powdered sugar until fluffy.
  • In separate mixing bowl, beat cream cheese until smooth. Add strawberry puree to cream cheese and mix until combined. Add whipped cream and stir until combined.
  • Serve in bowl with fruit.



A Creamy Recipe Created for Families

(Culinary.net) A lazy Sunday afternoon cuddled up with family, playing in the rain with your kids and tasting a perfect, sweet treat on a summer day can be some of the simplest yet best parts of life.
Recipes that can be made with clean, fresh ingredients in a matter of minutes make some of the best-tasting dishes, snacks and treats. Sometimes keeping it simple is the best route to take as opposed to confusing prep that takes too much time.
This Strawberry Mousse, which is made with families in mind, is a perfect recipe to make with your little ones or for a date night dessert. It’s great to take for an outing at the park, a neighborhood party or just to snack on throughout the week.
It’s sweet, fluffy and smooth all at the same time. Made to serve a handful of people, it only takes a few moments to complete. Moms love it and kids enjoy the taste and texture.
To start, puree 1 cup of strawberries in blender until smooth.
In a mixing bowl, combine whipping cream and powdered sugar until smooth.
In a different bowl, beat cream cheese until smooth then add the pureed strawberries.
Finally, add the whipped cream mixture to the cream cheese and strawberries. Stir all the components together until they reach the desired consistency before serving with fresh fruit.
It’s easy, fresh and delicious. Your kids can help you combine all the ingredients and excitedly try the sweet result.
Find more sweet recipes at Culinary.net.
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Meg is relatively new to the Pittsburgh scene but she's already made herself a community fixture through her involvement in community events, boards, and this site. She started her career as a journalist and still writes daily as a Content Director, and loves that this publication lets her come full circle with those skills - and her love of the North Boroughs. You can also find her writing on www.lit.buzz where she waxes poetic about all the books she loves. If you see her around Lincoln Avenue, she likely has her husband, grown daughters or a pack of dogs around; don't worry, no one bites! (And before you ask, yes; that is really her name)

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