- 285 g raspberries
- 130 g sugar
- 480 ml heavy cream
Have you ever made chocolate mousse with raspberry filling? Preparing chocolate mousse is quite simple: while the ingredient list is quite straightforward, there are a few intermediate steps that require a little more attention. Before you add the egg yolk to the chocolate mousse, make sure the chocolate tastes just right. If the chocolate is too hot, the eggs will cook; if it's too cold, they will curdle and the ingredients won't bind. Put some melted chocolate on your bottom lip to determine the right temperature.
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Raspberry filling is great as a not-too-sweet filling for a variety of cakes and cookies, as well as a topping for waffles, mixed berries, etc. This time we are going to use a raspberry filling to enrich the taste of chocolate mousse. The raspberry filling is easy to prepare as it requires only three ingredients. Both fresh and frozen raspberries can be used. If you want to skip one step, you can use the BAM raspberry topping, which contains at least 70% raspberries and is suitable for both baking and freezing. We recommend using fresh heavy cream instead of whipping cream.
Instead of a chocolate mousse with raspberry filling, you can also make:
We have also prepared a recipe on how to make a great chocolate mousse with little effort.