Custard Apple Mousse

Custard Apple Mousse

The custard apple mousse is one of those desserts that, despite not being very popular, after you taste it, you won’t forget and you’ll definitely want to repeat it! Continue here to learn how to prepare step by step in photos.

Introducing the main ingredient of this refreshing mousse: do you know what the custard apple is? This is a fruit from the Brazilian cerrado, very similar to pine cones and araticum. To prepare this frozen dessert recipe you can use fresh or frozen earl fruit pulp, depending on what you find in the market. You can also use pine cones and araticum because they are practically the same fruit. Then just mix it in a blender with cream, condensed milk, egg and gelatin and take it to freeze.

Check out all the details of this recipe for the custard apple mousse, pine cone mousse or araticum mousse and try it out!

4 guests

Ingredients for making custard apple mousse:

5 custard apple fruits (Sugar-apple)
½ can of condensed milk (197 g)
½ packet of colourless powdered gelatin powder (12 g)
250 millilitres of fresh cream
3 eggs

Nutrition Facts

Servings: 4
Amount per serving
Calories 558
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 22g 28%, Saturated Fat 12.5g 62%, Cholesterol 187mg 62%, Sodium 213mg 9%, Total Carbohydrate 80.7g 29%, Dietary Fiber 8.5g 30%, Total Sugars 32g, Protein 16.6g, Vitamin D 12mcg 58%, Calcium 269mg 21%, Iron 2mg 11%, Potassium 798mg 17%

*The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a food serving contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

How to make custard apple mousse:

First, open the fruit, separate the pulp and peel. Place the custard apple pulp in a blender together with the cream and condensed milk and slowly pulse for 5 minutes or until it becomes a smooth mixture.

Tip: The stone will come out easily if your custard apple is well ripe.

Pass the mixture through a strainer and squeeze it well with a spoon, to remove as much liquid as possible and filter the small pieces of pulp. If the mixture is still too thick, return it to the blender, blend again and go back through a strainer. Put it in a bowl.

Hydrate the gelatin according to the instructions on the packet. Separate the yolks from the whites and beat the whites in the snow until firm. Place the egg yolks and gelatin in the mixture of fruit, sour cream and condensed milk and mix well.

Finally, mix the beaten egg whites in the custard apple mousse, very delicately so as not to lose air and get a very light and sandy mousse. Set aside in the refrigerator for 4 hours and serve with a sprig of mint or caramel sauce. Bon Appetit and tell in the comments what you think of this recipe with the custard apple!

You may be interested to read about the Coconut Custard Recipe/ German pie recipe/ Christmas dessert recipe/ lemon snow recipe/ juice with the banana recipe/ brigadeiro recipe/ Cassava Escondido Recipe.

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