Why is mousse one of everybody’s favourite desserts? Perhaps it is that fluffy touch, but only those who have ever eaten a good mousse know what we are talking about. And today, to go one step beyond, we have added coffee and red berries. A recipe to enjoy in slow motion.
Servings for 2
In a bowl, mix cream cheese with whipping cream, two tablespoons of agave syrup, and two or three tablespoons of black coffee.
Soak the biscuits or ladyfingers in the rest of the coffee.
Cook the raspberries with a tablespoon of syrup until the mix thickens up and looks like jam.
Melt the dark chocolate in the microwave.
Assemble the dessert in two cups by layering coffee-soaked ladyfingers on one and coffee cream, melted chocolate, and raspberries on the other. Repeat until all of the cups are filled.
Garnish with the whipping cream and cocoa powder on top.
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