Either in the mousse or in a sauce drizzled on top, strawberries make mousse into a rich, fruity dessert that your whole family is sure to love.See Popular Strawberry Mousse Recipes
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This stunning dessert tastes as good as it looks! All it takes is one sheet of puff pastry, sliced strawberries and a very easy-to-make vanilla mousse. A thin layer of icing tops it all.
These chocolate mousse desserts are deceptively easy to prepare. Nearly everything for this recipe can be made and assembled a day ahead.
Go ahead, dig in and savor the creamy rich cheesecake flavor in this dreamy mousse. With half the calories of most low-fat ice creams, there's no need for guilt with this healthy dessert!
This five-ingredient dessert tastes decadent, but it's actually made with protein-rich Greek yogurt (making it perfectly acceptable to eat at breakfast!).
This frozen strawberry dessert is so refreshing on a hot summer day. Made with only egg whites, sugar, and chopped strawberries, it's virtually fat-free.
We never met a strawberry we didn't like. Especially at this time of year, when the beautiful summer berries are either in season or on their way, nothing seems to make as much sense for dessert as strawberry shortcake, strawberry pie (go on, make a pie with strawberry and rhubarb, too, for a classic June dessert), or just-plain strawberry with cream. Maybe with a little sugar.
Hungry for some dish on the eating habits of America's top politicians? Thank goodness Roland Mesnier is serving up the presidential culinary gossip. The Washington Post reports the 24-year White House pastry chef veteran, who left in 2004, spoke at the Washington Winter Show antique showcase recently, giving his audience an insider's look at what the Bushes, Clintons, Carters, and Reagans dined on.
For many, there's one sound that captures all the celebratory glitz of New Year's Eve: the pop of the cork on a bottle of Champagne. But which Champagne or other sparkling wine is the best for your holiday celebration? The lingo of sparkling wine and the wide variety of options can be confusing.
Brain freeze -- really, it's a small price to pay for the thrill of that first cold, sweet bite of some delicious treat that's just emerged from the freezer. We're not ashamed to admit that we've even been known to lean in a bit in our anticipation and enjoy the frigid waft of white vapor as it steals from the surface, the summertime equivalent to taking in the aroma of a slow-cooked stew come winter. Ugh!
We love the holiday season; it's when it comes to New Year's resolutions that we generally say, "Bah-humbug!" It's not like we disapprove of self-improvement, it's just ... why do most New Year's resolutions have to seem so, well, joyless?
When it comes to healthy eating, summer gives us a split personality. On one hand, we all want to eat healthy to ensure plenty of hours outside enjoying our favorite sun-splashed activities (in other words, we want to look better in our swimsuits). On the other hand, it seems like summer and treats are synonymous: fruit pies, buttery shortcakes, and of course, ice cream (lots and lots of ice cream!)