Fresh Mango Berry Mousse With Coconut Cream #SundaySupper #Vegan

Ripe mangoes and berries blend together with some coconut cream to give you this vegan dairy free mango berry mousse. My Sunday Supper Team is doing a spring theme and one of the things I love about spring is fruit bursting with ripeness and color. I love mangoes and a berry, so marrying them together with some coconut cream was a pleasure for me to create. As much as I like eating ripe fruit, there ‘something magical about blending some fruit flavors together and seeing what that creates. This mango berry mousse is so easy to create and can be made with frozen fruit as well. I used raspberries and the two together made a dark rich peach colored mousse! I used agar agar instead of gelatin like I did in my pomegranate dark chocolate mousse to thicken the mousse because I wanted to keep this mousse vegan. It worked great and was darn good I had to quickly grab a few pictures before my kids licked the cups clean!  I used very little brown sugar to sweeten, but the fruits are so sweet you can do without the sugar if you want.  Fruit & cream are a winning combination and created a delectable mango berry mousse that is finger licking good!

 

Nutrition Wise!

One serving of Mango (½ cup)   provides 100% of your daily vitamin C and 35% of vitamin A, Vitamin C promotes healthy immune function and collagen formation and Vitamin A is important for vision and bone growth. It also had a good amount of fiber. Raspberries are in the top ten fruits and vegetables highest in polyphenol antioxidants. They are high in anti-inflammatory compounds and rate high on the super nutrient scale. Add some decadent all natural coconut cream and you have a fruity reasonable healthy mango berry mousse!!

 

 

Mango Berry Mousse With Coconut Cream

Serves 4
Dietary Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Meal type Dessert
Misc Child Friendly, Gourmet, Pre-preparable, Serve Cold

Ingredients

  • 1 cup ripe mango (peeled and cut into chunks)
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 1 cup coconut cream
  • 2 Tsps brown sugar
  • 1 Tbsp Agar Agar powder
  • 1/2 cup water

Note

You can also use 1 tbsp unflavored gelatin instead of Agar Agar.  Note that the recipe will not be vegan if you use gelatin

Directions

Puree mangoes and berries till smooth.
Whip coconut cream with brown sugar till it forms peaks
Boil 1/2 cup water. Add agar agar powder to it and cook about 2-3 minutes till powder is nicely mixed. Cool till warm .
Add the pureed fruit to the coconut cream. Add warm agar agar mixture to the fruit cream mixture and mix well
Pour into cups and set about 4-6 hours till firm

Make sure you check out the rest of my Sunday Supper theme with our fun Green and Spring recipes !

Green and Spring Dishes Menu Includes:

Breakfast

Apps, Bread, Salads, Soups and Dressings:

Main and Sides:

Desserts:

Beverages:

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Comments

  1. Bravo for this beautiful mousse using agar agar, Sunithi. (I recently found out from my vegan niece what gelatin actually contains. Yikes!) Anyway, your colorful creation is gorgeous and I thank you for yet another stellar recipe with coconut cream. Yea!

  2. What a refreshingly delicious looking recipe! Loving the coconut cream! Nice job!

  3. The color of those cups plus your nutritional info makes me want to have these every day! I pick so many good tips from your site Suni, I love it!

  4. I know what I’m doing with that mango that just ripened! Sounds refreshing and delicious.

  5. Sunithi, I’m so smitten by your dessert and the presentation. It’s attractive and so healthy looking. I’ve learned recently that, on any given day, Mangoes are the most-eaten fruit on earth! I’ve printed this recipe and added it to my recipe notebook for making later. Thanks for sharing.

    Alaiyo

  6. What gorgeous mousse! So vibrant and perfect for spring! And you made it healthy, too!!! Double bonus!

  7. Yummy! Your mousse looks so delicious. If you can’t find the wine I recommended, try it with a Moscato d’Asti, or a Moscato that is sweeter than the mousse!

  8. My tastebuds a going crazy! This is so gorgeous Sue!

  9. This looks great. I;m going to show it to my daughter who loves to make things like this.

  10. Ooh I love mangoes and this mousse with the berries and coconut has my name written all over it :) Would love to try this for sure :)

  11. Oh my, Sunithi. I’ve got to make these. I’m going to see if there are some nice looking mangos at the store. It looks so full of flavor, without being weighed down. Just love it. How the sugar-free experiment going? I’m going into week 4 tomorrow and unless we’re eating out with friends or at their house, I’ve been focused on fresh fruit for my snacks. Losing weight, and sleeping better. But I really want to make some shortbread…..we’ll see what happens. Thanks soooo much for the encouragement!!

  12. This is simply beautiful. So refreshing – glad you shared it this week!

  13. I love the fresh ingredients in this mousse. I can almost taste the flavors while looking at its bright color.

  14. I absolutely love mangos and raspberries, and pretty much everything about this! Yummmy.

  15. So pretty and sounds so refreshing! Really love that red!

  16. I love food that are beautiful, taste good and are good for you! I think you’ve accomplished all there here!!! Look forward to trying this recipe- thanks for posting! ;-)

  17. Yeah mango season is coming up and our trees are already full with fruits! You have a great timing or you must have known that I am soon loaded with mangoes. the only thing I ll have to keep out the raspberries, we don’t get those here (unfortunately…) and strawberries will be difficult soon. Otherwise I am not sure what berries I could use. We are out of western berries here and local berries won’t work for that. Any suggestions?

  18. I love mango and berries! Might make this with almond milk and see how it goes

  19. Love this berry mousse! Looks so light and refreshing, love it! Perfect for spring time!

  20. You couldn’t have made a more perfect mousse then what you did with this one. I seriously love the flavour combinations. I wish I had a few of those bowls right now

  21. Yum!! So pretty too!

  22. These are such pretty photos, Sue! My eyes are craving these lush, fresh, vibrant colours, just as my stomach is craving this delicious mousse. I LOVE mangoes (I stock up every summer) and it must taste amazing with the berries and coconut cream.

  23. This looks so good, Sue. What a beautiful color!

  24. I love mousse, specially chocolate ones…This one looks just yummy from the pics….Thanks for the recipe..Will try it soon..

  25. Delicious, will have to make these. Now to find all the ingredients.

  26. It looks really good and so for the taste :)
    I want to try to make it as wonderful as this…

  27. Wow, that shake. Hmmm… Maybe that was a fruit shake. That is really mouthwatering dessert. I do hope I can make one this days.

  28. Well, I been using Magic Jack for couple of months by now. Saving some bucks is really one great benifit. Also, some of my realatives are living in U.S. this would be a great help.

  29. Yummy! Your mousse looks so delicious. If you can’t find the wine I recommended, try it with a Moscato d’Asti, or a Moscato that is sweeter than the mousse!

  30. Yummy blog..:D
    Really awesome and we can made easily.
    Thank you for the posting.

  31. hey, i like your recipe. i tried it at my home and it loved by my all family members. Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe with us.

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