HHDD #11 “Mousse”: Lemon yogurt mousse with rhubarb compote

Helen of Tartelette won the HHDD #10 “Cheesecakes” and choose Mousse for the 11th edition of Donna Hay Day, created by Barbara. Mousse is a creamy dessert typically made from egg and cream and chocolate. Mousse au chocolat to die for, but it’s got about sixty million calories. So I decided to participate with an „energy-reduced“, „weight-saving“

Lemon yogurt mousse with rhubarb compote

Lemon yogurt mousse with rhubarb compote

Delicious! My son was disappointed, that there were only two portions.

Those, who don’t have to watch their weight or pay special attention to their figure use sugar.

-========= REZKONV-Recipe – RezkonvSuite v1.4
Title: Lemon yogurt mousse with rhubarb compote
Categories: Dessert
Yield: 2 Servings

Ingredients

250 grams   Plain low-fat yogurt
2     Sheets Unflavored gelatin
50 grams   Sugar
      Or
      Artificial sweetener
1     Lemon, the juice
4 tablesp.   Whipped cream
H COMPOTE
300 grams   Rhubarb
2 tablesp.   Orange juice, or grated zest and juice of 1
      — orange
1/8 tablesp.   Artificial sweetener
  Edited *RK* 04/18/2007 by
  Ulrike Westphal

Directions

In a small bowl cover gelatin with water and soak for 10 minutes.

Mix together yogurt and sugar.

Remove water from gelatin, add lemon juice and cook until gelatin is dissolved. Add a few teaspoons of the yoghurt, then whisk this mixture under the remaining yoghurt. Fold in the whipped cream. Cool for about 3 h.

Meanwhile wipe the rhubarb and cut into 2.5 cm (1-inch) pieces.

Put in a saucepan, with the orange juice, or, if using an orange, the zest and juice of the fruit.

Bring to the boil, cover and simmer for 5-10 minutes.

Sweeten to taste with artificial sweetener. This will depend on your palate and also on the natural sweetness of the fruit and juice.

Layer compote and mousse in a glass.

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6 thoughts on “HHDD #11 “Mousse”: Lemon yogurt mousse with rhubarb compote

  1. Foodfreak

    Super
    Der Liebste mag ja keinen Rhabarber aber das ist ein klasse Dessert für mich – insofern sind zwei Portionen perfekt *harhar* und als artifical sweetener kann ich zuckerfreien Vanillesirup nehmen, prima! (yippie ich darf mal wieder Rhabarber essen :-))

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  2. barbara (Gast)

    I left a comment a moment ago but it seems to have disappeared. I may have pressed the wrong button. I shall repeat myself and say how much I would like to try this dessert. I’m over chocolate after reading so many sweet entries – and 10 pound heavier. Thanks for joining HHDD

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