Ingredients15 m servings 425
- Beat cream in medium bowl until stiff peaks form. Stir together curd, cream cheese and almond extract in small bowl until smooth. Stir curd mixture into whipped cream until blended. Divide mousse into tall stemmed glasses. Divide berries among glasses and garnish with mint, if desired. Refrigerate until serving.
Per Serving: 425 calories; 30.3 31.5 3.8 133 151 Full nutrition
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This was absolutely delicious! And so so easy to make. Not too rich, just the right amount of sweetness and the texture is airy and divine! Just make sure you beat the cream to very stiff peaks ...
Love, Love, and My Husband Loves this. I prefer fruit to chocolate for most candy and desserts. This was easy, and I immediately added it to my recipe box. I did not alter the recipe in any way ...
This was my first mousse and it was seriously easy and insanely addictive. I did make 2 changes to the recipe though. I used marscarpone instead of the cream cheese. Same texture, just better f...
Everything was great except for the Almond Extract. I'm just not a fan of it. I substituted Lemon Extract instead, just two drops. Tasted great. I imagine Vanilla Extract would also work, or non...
This was delicious. I did not add the Almond Extract as I did not want it to fight the lemon taste. I did use the Neufchatel (Light Cream Cheese) and served it with strawberries at Easter lun...
I was looking for a recipe to serve for dessert for Christmas dinner; tried this recipe (as written). It was perfect!
No changes. Probably will make this again. Lemon curd makes it so easy!
Because one of my guests has allergies, I switched the almond extract to vanilla extract and the finished product is delicious.