The Tantalizing Yogurt Strawberry Mousse Recipe

yogurt Strawberry mousse


  • Prep: 10 mins
  • Cook: 20 mins
  • Total: 30 mins
  • Yield: 6 servings
  • Cooking Method: Mixing
  • Recipe Cuisine: American


  • 5tablespoons sugar
  • 1cup strawberries
  • 1cup whipping cream
  • 1cup Greek yogurt
  • 1tablespoon gelatin powder
  • 1/4 cup Zero Milk (Fat- Sugar- & Lactose-free)
  • 4tablespoons cold water
  • sliced strawberriesto garnish

Seemingly, it is a hard nut to find a dessert that tastes amazing, is health-friendly, and is a doddle simultaneously. But if you feel like getting a kick out of summer desserts, try the Yogurt Strawberry Mousse.
Having Yogurt Strawberry Mousse, a mouth-watering dessert of American cuisine knocks everyone’s socks off and puts a smile on their face.
Moreover, comprising strawberry and yogurt makes it both a nutrient-dense and chilling dessert for hot days ahead. Being crazy hot, try the following recipe and keep cool while having the zesty Yogurt Strawberry Mousse.


Step 1

In a bowl containing cold water, add gelatin powder, mix well and let it sit for 5 minutes so the powdered gelatin blooms. Heat Zero Milk in a small saucepan over medium flame. Make sure not to let it boil. Then, add gelatin mixture to the hot milk while stirring constantly. Keep on stirring until the gelatin is dissolved. Set it aside.

Step 2

Using a blender, beat the strawberries until strawberry puree is obtained.

Step 3

Add sugar and Kalleh Greek Yogurt to the puree and mix until well combined.

Step 4

Using a blender again, gradually add gelatin to the strawberry mixture and blend until combined.

Step 5

Using an electric mixer, beat Makhsoos Whipping Cream for 2 minutes until soft picks are formed. Gradually add strawberry mixture and whisk until well blended. Transfer the mixture to serving bowls and chill them in the fridge for at least 4 hours.

Step 6

Remove the bowls from the fridge, garnish with sliced strawberries and enjoy.

Cooking Notes

Greek yogurt can be substituted with plain yogurt, but using Greek yogurt will result in a creamier mousse.

Use strawberry preserve rather than fresh strawberries if you want to skip the gelatin. In this case, you will need to omit the sugar from the recipe.


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