Triple Berry Mousse Recipe
This triple berry mousse recipe was sponsored by DairyPure Sour Cream. All opinions are my own.
The holidays are officially upon us and it's time to start celebrating! Whether you're spending time with your friends or family, this is the perfect chance to try new recipes alongside your classic favorites.
When my family is together, dessert is a must!
We love to bake sugar cookies and other festive desserts during the holiday season, but whipping up a new treat every now and then is a great way to enjoy the flavors of the holidays in a creative way.
If you're looking for a fruity and filling dessert to make, look no further than this triple berry mousse recipe.
It's decadent, creamy, and delicious! It's the perfect dessert for your holiday guests this season.
Plus? It's super easy to make!
Triple Berry Mousse Recipe
I love trying fruit desserts recipes during the holiday season. They are super refreshing and perfectly sweet! Not to mention a great way to end your holiday party or festivities.
You can even make these for a breakfast or brunch party, too if you have guests staying the night.
This triple berry mousse gets its thickness and tang from a key ingredient: sour cream.
DairyPure sour cream is backed by a 5-point Purity Promise so you know it will always have the freshest taste! It also comes in a fridge-friendly packaging that makes it convenient to enjoy.
What makes this triple berry mousse recipe easy to make is that it only uses 5 ingredients! That's it.
Triple Berry Mousse
The first thing to do is heat up the berries in a saucepan on low heat until they reach a jam-like consistency. You can even mash them if you like.
When transferring them to a food processor, make sure they cool down completely before adding any of the dairy products (sour cream and cream cheese). While the berries are cooling down, whip the heavy cream until soft peaks form.
Then you'll want to blend together the cream cheese, sour cream, berries, and honey until it becomes nice and creamy.
Once the berry mixture and heavy cream are done, fold the berry mixture into the heavy cream until it is all incorporated. Then, serve the triple berry mousse into individual cups and top with berries and more heavy cream.
If you feel like it's not sweet enough, feel free to add more honey to taste. I like to keep this dessert more on the low-carb side so this recipe is more tangy and tart than sweet! Mmmm.
Do you prefer chocolate or fruit desserts during the holidays?
What's your favorite way to spend the holiday season?
- 1 cup Triple Berry Blend (blackberries, raspberries, blueberries)
- 1 cup DairyPure Sour Cream
- 1 cup cream cheese
- 1/2 cup honey
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
2. In a separate bowl, beat the heavy whipping cream with a hand-mixer or stand mixer on high until the heavy cream becomes fluffy and soft peaks form.
3. Once the berries have cooled down completely, add the sour cream, honey, and cream cheese and blend until smooth.
4. Add the berry mixture to the heavy whipping cream by slowly folding it in to incorporate.
5. One incorporated, serve the triple berry mousse into individual cups and top with berries and extra heavy whipping cream.