This Easy Blueberry Mousse recipe is a surefire winner. It's quick, simple, and works well with any summer fruits—from berries to peaches. But it's especially delicious with fresh blueberries!
We cannot overstate how simple this mousse is to make. It has all the sophistication and polish of its fussy ancestor with none of the risks. This recipe will work for you every single time.
This Easy Blueberry Mousse recipe is...
- Light and creamy
- Easy to make
- Made with simple ingredients
How to Make Easy Blueberry Mousse
- Use blueberry juice to bloom gelatin.
- In a blender, mix together all remaining ingredients.
- Heat gelatin in the microwave.
- With the blender running, slowly pour heated gelatin into the mousse base.
- Divide mixture into 4 ramekins.
- Chill in the fridge 2–3 hours before serving.
Full directions for how to make Easy Blueberry Mousse are in the printable recipe card at the bottom of the post.
Variations to Easy Blueberry Mousse
Think of this Blueberry Mousse recipe as a blank canvas for your creativity. If you have peaches, plums, apricots, or other jewels from summer's bounty (or the farmer's market) hanging out in your kitchen, they'll all work here.
We slip our stone fruits out of their skins to keep the texture smooth and creamy, but you certainly don't have to. The skins boast a lot of flavor, texture, and nutrients, after all!
If you're looking for a chilled sweet treat, freeze the mousse for 50 minutes and the silky-sweet mousse firms into an ethereal sherbet. Just don't forget about it in the freezer, or you'll end up with an inedible hunk of ice—not something that resembles ice cream.
Easy Blueberry Mousse FAQs
What is gelatin?
Gelatin is a common gelling agent in foods and cosmetics. But what is it exactly? Well, it's a substance that comes from treating collagen from animal bones. While this may not be a problem for some vegetarians, the animal source of gelatin makes it unsuitable for vegans.
Can I make this mousse vegan?
This mousse is not naturally vegan, but it can easily be made vegan. Simply substitute the gelatin for agar agar or pectin. As for the yogurt, you can easily swap it out for your favorite coconut or other non-dairy yogurt!
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If you love fresh blueberry flavor, check out these other delicious recipes:
- 7 g gelatin unflavored
- ⅓ cup blueberry juice or grape juice
- 2 cups 0% Greek yogurt vanilla flavored
- 1 cup blueberries
- 3 tbsp maple syrup
- garnish mint leaves & whole blueberries
- Pour the contents of the gelatin sachet and the blueberry juice into a bowl. Let the gelatin bloom for 5 minutes.
- In a blender container, add the yogurt, blueberries, juice, and the maple syrup. Emulsify for 1 minute, or until mixture is homogeneous.
- Heat the gelatin in the microwave for 20 to 30 seconds. With the blender running, slowly pour gelatin mixture into the blueberry and yogurt base.
- Divide the mixture into four small ramekins and chill for 2 to 3 hours. Garnish with the mint leaves and reserved blueberries.
what vegetarian gelatin do you suggest? Otherwise, this recipe absolutely isn't vegetarian and shouldn't be labelled as such.