Eggless Strawberry Mousse

Just 3 ingredients. And what do you get in return for putting them together? Dreamy, airy, pink-a-luscious yumminess that’ll make you feel like you’re floating amidst clouds. Pink clouds. Pink clouds that have sweet succulent strawberries hanging from them.

I had the Shettys over for lunch yesterday. And by the Shettys, I mean bubbly Lataji and the charming Rajaji, who happen to be in India at the moment. They make such a wonderful and loving couple, it would only translate to cuteness. Thank you Lataji and Rajaji for coming over. Had a wonderful time with you both!

Here’s what I served them –
Welcome drink: Jal-jeera
Starter: Paneer-Aloo Kebab lollipops (recipe coming soon)
Main Course: Peas pulao, Dum Aloo, Onion-tomato-cucumber Raitha
Dessert: Strawberry Mousse

I know what you’re thinking. The menu is Indian and the dessert nowhere close to the zip code of Indian? But…but…who can resist strawberries in season?

Eggless Strawberry Mousse

(Recipe Source: Self)

Preparation Time: 10-15 minutes
Comes together in: 10 minutes
Setting Time: 1 hour
Makes: 6 servings (in mousse glasses)


  • Strawberries – 3 cups, hulled
  • Icing Sugar – 3-4 tbsps (alter to suit your taste)
  • Whipping Cream – 1 cup


  1. If strawberries are out of season, you could use 1/3 cup store-bought strawberry crush. If you’re going with crush, you might want to lose the icing sugar in the recipe since store-bought crush is already sweetened.
  2. Alter quantity of icing sugar depending on how sweet the strawberries you’re using are.
  3. If you wish, add a dash of lime juice to the puree and proceed (ie, if the berries are not too tart).


  • Chill your  beater blades (and bowl, if using a steel bowl) for atleast 1 hour in the freezer.
  • Reserve a few good-looking strawberries for garnish and puree the rest.
  • Whip the whipping cream and  icing sugar together to soft-peak stage, about 4-5 minutes.
  • Fold the whipping cream into the strawberry puree until fully incorporated.
  • Spoon into tall mousse glasses and allow to set in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours.
  • Garnish with strawberries and a sprig of mint. Serve chilled.

See that texture of the mousse? It was perfect. Okay, I know the picture below isn’t that great. But you’re not judging me are you? We were in a hurry to dig in. Well, who wouldn’t be with this glass set right in front of them? Aren’t you tempted enough to go and make some for yourself too? Hah! Go make. Like right NOW.

Oh and before I go, here’s wishing all you wonderful women out there a terrific ‘Women’s Day’! Isn’t it just perfect that CCN is wishing you with a pink post? 😉


24 responses to “Eggless Strawberry Mousse

  1. looks sinful! And wonderfully menu!

  2. Pleasing strawberry mousse madhuri. Rich n creamy. Good to know that lata ji visited you. That’s a lovely menu.

  3. I think I am making this today, been tripping on strawberries 😀

  4. Great recipe 🙂 Lesser the ingredients , better for me 🙂

  5. surabhigawande

    best way to make strawberyy puree?????

  6. Wow.. mouthwatering.. love the colour.

  7. Did I just miss a simple, yet beautifully planned lunch? 😦 😦 Love the dessert, obviously.

  8. simple but so beautiful n yumm looking mousse..

  9. Absolutely luscious strawberry mousse!! And ur right, Indian or inernational, strawberries are never out of place in any menu 😉

  10. Wow.. looks so very good. Love that lovely pink color!!

  11. looks sooooooo delicious….mouth watering 🙂

  12. Lovely! Making it right now, have all the three ingredients and cant just wait to make it. Looks perfect!

  13. Mads – this is so much prettiness! Glad you could spend time with Lataji.
    So much to catch up on your blog.

  14. wow i just love this… i m gonna try this somehow today! 🙂 just cant wait to have a glass full!

  15. I had the delicious monkey cupcakes you made last Sunday for Trisha’s Bday party (Bhupesh’s daughter). I am Shubhada’s friend and neighbor. I have heard about you from her. I was pleasantly surprised when I got to know that the cup cakes were baked by you. They were really so yummy!!

  16. Madhuri, which cream brand have you used here?
    And amazing photography!! which camera?

  17. WOW !! Yummm 🙂 and lovely pictures !!
    Happy to follow you Madhuri !! All the Best !!

  18. Wow strawberry mousse looks wonderful and tempting. thank you for sharing this lovely recipe.

  19. Easy and delicious mousse. My daughter will definitely love this. She loves everything in pink.

  20. Hi madhuri….gr8 recipies…….very easy n tasty ……keep up t gud wrk. 🙂

  21. love to see the strawberry mousse am going to try for sure

  22. Hey! Can you please help me with the exact measurements for the ingredients by weight/volume? If you say ‘a cup’, how much would that be?

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