Strawberry Marshmallow Mousse

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This recipe was really easy, quick to make and tasted wonderful. The combination of the delicate flavour and pleasant tartness of the strawberries with the creaminess and sweetness of the marshmallows is unbeatable!

  • 280 g Fresh strawberries, halved if large
  • 25 g Vanilla sugar
  • 100 ml Water
  • 140 g Mini marshmallows
  • 200 ml Double cream
  1. Put all but 3 strawberries into a pan along with the water and the sugar. Over a medium heat, cook strawberries until soft enough to mash, about 3 minutes. Take off the heat and squash the berries, using a fork, until pulpy. Add the marshmallows, then stir them into the hot strawberries until they dissolve. Leave to cool.
  2. Whip the cream until it holds its shape. Fold the cream into the cooled strawberry mix, then spoon into one bowl or separate pots and chill for about 2 hours, or until set. Cut the reserved strawberries in half and use to decorate.
Strawberry Marshmallow Mousse


Bo 9/7/10 13:45

This is so very creative!!! Sounds delicious too.

Jess @ Bakericious 9/7/10 14:20

this looks yummy, can use this to make mousse cake. Angie, what can b replaced if dun ve vanilla sugar? thanks

Angie's Recipes 9/7/10 14:25

Jess:Just use white sugar and a couple of drops of vanilla extract.

Honey Bee Sweets 9/7/10 14:25

The recipe is so simple & looks so good. I think my girls will like this. Thanks!

Hornsfan 9/7/10 14:32

Very pretty - it looks like a perfect, light summer dessert!

Anonymous 9/7/10 14:37

It looks simply perfect. I love the color and texture.

OysterCulture 9/7/10 14:38

This just sounds yummy, creamy and refreshing. Perfect on a hot day that half the country is suffering from, and certainly just as tasty for the rest of us.

kitchen flavours 9/7/10 14:41

Wow! My kids sure would love these! Looks so creamy and delicious!

Stella 9/7/10 15:03

Ooh Angie, this is so neat! I bet both kids and adults would love this-elegant yet playful...

Happy Flour 9/7/10 15:21

So light and soft. Yum...yum.

Vrinda 9/7/10 15:29

So cute n gorgeous..nicely captured....

Mary 9/7/10 15:35

The color of your mousse is irresistible. I love strawberries and can imagine what great flavor this has. I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

Lynda 9/7/10 15:46

Wow, This is so pretty! It looks like a light and delicious summertime treat.

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) 9/7/10 15:52

sound refreshing and good. have a nice weekend ahead.

Pari 9/7/10 15:56

Looks so soothing to the eyes and must have tasted good.

Fimère 9/7/10 17:27

cette mousse doit être divine
la texture me donne envie de plonger ma cuillère et de savourer
bonne journée

girlichef 9/7/10 17:53

This is a fun recipe, Angie!! I bet the kids would love it, too...I can almost hear that spoon dipping in for a big scoop! YUM :)

Shirley @ Kokken69 9/7/10 18:40

This is so pretty! I wish I can taste the pillowy softness....

Anncoo 9/7/10 19:09

Angie, I love the is so sweet and pretty. Looks easy to make too ;D

Nithya 9/7/10 19:16

Simply fantastic and yummy. Your photographs make me drool. I have been admiring them so much lately :) Great going.

Cajun Chef Ryan 9/7/10 19:32

Great recipe indeed, just goes to show you that simple recipes with few ingredients make for some of the best eating!

Oh, and your photography is eye candy!

Bon appetit!

Sook 9/7/10 20:10

Strawberries are one of my favorites!!! Looks so creamy and delicate like you said. :)

Magic of Spice 9/7/10 20:38

This is fantastic, never made mousse with marshmallows:) Love it!

Priya 9/7/10 22:49

Elegant mousse, looks very beautiful..

Erica 9/7/10 22:58

Another beautiful dessert,Angie!!!Love the color!

Foodessa 9/7/10 23:34 screamingly delightful. I already know for who I'm going to be making this for. I'll become their very favourite aunt ;o)

Fabulously simple treat...thanks!

Flavourful wishes,

☺lani☺ 10/7/10 00:22

Yum, it must be good! Happy Weekend Angie!

Krishnaveni 10/7/10 01:19

beautiful work, fantastic

Peanutts 10/7/10 03:12

yumm, lovely desert. By the way have tried one of your recipes will post results soon :)

Devaki 10/7/10 03:13

Never would have thought to mix strawberries and marshmallows. I am sure this will be a fave with kids.

Ciao, Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

Biren 10/7/10 04:07

What a lovely dessert!

theUngourmet 10/7/10 04:54

Such a lovely color! The berries on top make this look so pretty. Yum!

PranisKitchen 10/7/10 05:48

really deliicous and what an eyecatching pic so yummy

Happy Cook 10/7/10 06:45

Wow love the texture of the mousse looks so so good, and with marshmellow and strawberry that has to be really yummy yumm.

Heavenly Housewife 10/7/10 07:15

How pretty, and it looks light as air!
Have a wonderful weekend daaaaaaahling.
*kisses* HH

Jeannie 10/7/10 09:26

Pity there are no strawberries to be found here... even then, they are still very expensive! Looks like I can only drool over your mousse! Gorgeous looking!

Christine@Christine's Recipes 10/7/10 11:09

Love easy, quick and yummy dish. This dessert is great for summer. Awesome!

The Housewife 10/7/10 11:12

So very pretty and what a lovely color! This is the perfect summer dessert… and thank you for making it so easy!

Donna-FFW 10/7/10 12:51

Oh, it looks so pretty.. I love the color. Creamy, refreshing and delicious!

Joanne 10/7/10 13:17

I've been loving fruit flavored desserts lately and this looks absolutely creamy dreamy delicious!

Parita 10/7/10 13:32

Mousse looks classic Angie! Bookmarked!

Carla and Michael 10/7/10 14:46

I think I'm in love with this idea. What a beautiful dessert. I'm going to have to try this one. Never heard of using marshmallows to make a mousse with.

Deborah Dowd 10/7/10 15:29

This looks amazing- sounds perfect for this hot weather!!

Bits of Taste 10/7/10 18:00

I love the colour and the look!

Cheah 10/7/10 18:14

Beautiful pictures, again Angie! The mousse looks so yummy and a cute pink too!

The Duo Dishes 10/7/10 18:15

Oh wow! How did you even think about this? Sounds good, and the color is really fun.

Catherine 10/7/10 19:28

Oooh this looks fantastic, Angie! I just love it!
I'm hosting a giveaway that I think you'll be interested in entering!
Good luck~

Nithu 10/7/10 19:30

Wow! What a nice dessert!! Looks so tempting. Nice click...

RV 10/7/10 19:50

I am stunned. It looks so delectable Angie. I love your napkins and the impression it casts on the bowl (in the second pic) I didn't know I was not subscribing to your feeds all these days. I have added your blog to my reader now. Ciao and Happy cooking

Chow and Chatter 10/7/10 20:06

wow looks divine lovely texture

Dishesdone 10/7/10 21:09

Looks fantastic! So nice and light looking! Delicious!

Anonymous 10/7/10 21:40

Sounds delicious...the texture looks amazing in your photos :)

Diana's Cocina 11/7/10 01:23

Looks scrumptious ~ thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe.

Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets 11/7/10 04:16

What an interesting idea to make mousse out of marshmallows! This looks so light and airy and oh so lovely.

Beachlover's Kitchen 11/7/10 05:46

beautifully done!! love your presentation!!

zurin 11/7/10 06:47

I am so making these Angie! sooo pretty...tooo pretty! and sooo easy too.

MaryMoh 11/7/10 07:55

Look very light, pretty and delicious! Looks simple to make too. Mmmm...I love it!

Hearty Bakes 11/7/10 14:59

Looks really good and deli! Love the sweet pretty colour and presentation.
Nice to have this for our hot weather here in Singapore. Thanks for sharing!

Chef Dennis 11/7/10 18:12

what a perfectly beautiful dessert!!

congrats on making the top 9!!

My Man's Belly 11/7/10 20:38

what a pretty dessert.

Congratulations on the Top 9!

Ingrid 11/7/10 22:37

That combo sounds delicious!!

We Are Not Martha 12/7/10 01:32

I love chocolate mousse more than anything, but strawberry mousse? I totally have to add this to my repertoire as it looks absolutely incredible... SO pretty!


Hettar7 12/7/10 06:24

That sounds so good, and looks pretty easy too! Yea for this recipe.

Bridgett 12/7/10 09:01

This looks like such a refreshing summer dessert. I would love this with that mousse texture and the sweet strawberries.

Cinnamon-Girl 12/7/10 17:12

This is heaven in a bowl Angie! It looks so light and fluffy - like a pink cloud! What a treat. And congrats on making it into the Foodbuzz top 9 the other day - well deserved!

Anonymous 12/7/10 21:06

truly delightful..I so wanna try it

Janet @Gourmet Traveller 88 12/7/10 22:31

Your dessert is simply irresistible. I love both strawberries and marshmallow.

grace 12/7/10 23:27

what a unique way to use those beautiful berries! i love the pale pink color, and considering how much i enjoy both marshmallows and strawberries, i'm quite certain this'd be a hit with me. awesome texture, too--i can't rave enough! :)

sweetlife 13/7/10 03:39

oh the perfect berry treat, we have tons of berries in the fridge, yummy


Joy 13/7/10 05:09

That just looks heavenly. I would never think of using marshmallows.

Faith 13/7/10 17:01

What a great treat! It looks so yummy. Thanks for sharing

Faith 13/7/10 17:02

Sorry.. forgot my URL!

Liz 13/7/10 18:09

Oh, my, this looks fantastic! I have a family of strawberry-lovers and very little time, so this is perfect. Thank you for sharing!

Ingrid 19/7/10 02:54

Yummmmm, that's kinda like that nutella marshmallow mousse I made a coupla months ago. Loved the mousse texture but not the chocolate so much. Good to know the method works with other flavors! :)

Linda 19/7/10 09:13

Angie, this is my kind of recipe! I love it!

Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi 20/7/10 15:42

Oh, yumm! Angie, I love the pairing of strawberry with marshmallow together! The perfect balance of sweetness and tartness! Brilliant!

Sophie 28/7/10 11:39

What a stylish, elegant & amazing beautiful dessert!

MMMMMMMMMMMMM,...marshmellows in a dessert!! What a cool idea!

Tiffany jewelry 29/7/10 07:06

Wow this 'Strawberry Marshmallow Mouse' looks delicious and mouth watering for me.Strawberry is my favorite fruit and I will surely make this recipe in weekend.I like the way you garnish it.

Fabric Shower Curtains 9/6/11 10:21

Wow! This Strawberry Marshmallow Mousse looks so delicious.


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