Blueberry Mousse {Eggless}

An easy Blueberry Mousse, apt for small servings and prepared eggless using whipping cream…




Hmm… I am home. The travel was fine. The airport looked a lot more in action than it had the last time around. The girls were also quite happy to be around. The only thing that took delay at the airport was the PCR test. We were informed to quarantine for 14 days, but as I learn, everyone seems to have different rules, so I have decided to take an antigen on my fifth day of stay, which will be on Wednesday, InShaAllah and go about doing other things. It isn’t that being at home is boring. We are not staying confined to a room. The girls have their exams going on and the Wi Fi is in my aunt’s house, which is right in front of my parents’, so they walk about with their laptops and all associate wires till their activities are done. So basically, our quanrantine is within these eight walls… hehe… The climate is quite warm and sticky, and that is not a surprise, since being in the Gulf, the pampering of the a/c spoils our capacity of bearing heat.


I think the last time I did a blog post from home was this custard cake. Whenever I am home, I find it really difficult to concentrate on making a blog post. The same thing is happening with this one too. There is too much noise going around, whether inside or outside that my head isn’t giving in to typing up this post. And then add to it, Azza making all sorts of noises to grab my attention… 😕




Maybe to get the jitters off, I thought it was best to do a simple post. Like this Blueberry Mousse. Mousse is usually a creamy pudding made with eggs, just like this Iced Chocolate Mousse. But for everyone to enjoy, mousse is made from different ingredients like whipping cream and avocado as base. This mousse also uses whipping cream as its base, making it a very light and enjoyable dessert.


Blueberries are very much in season in the UAE and just before I came home, we were enjoying quite a lot of them as is. I am usually someone who likes to enjoy my fruits as is, without processing them too much, but when the blogger itch bites, then I do try out a few ways of making use of them. The blog already has some interesting blueberry recipes and I am just adding one more to it. I have used fresh blueberries and prepared compote with it before folding it into my whipped cream mixture. I am sure you have noticed the beautiful color the blueberries have bled into the mousse. Actually, it was a real treat to the eyes I must say! Off to this super simple recipe…




Blueberry Mousse {Eggless}

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 2 hours
Servings 4
Author Rafeeda AR


  • 125 gm fresh blueberries
  • 2 tbsp sugar
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 200 ml whipping cream cold
  • 2 tbsp condensed milk


  • Combine the blueberries and sugar in a small saucepan. Keep on low flame, stirring occassionally till the blueberries become mushy. Add the vanilla, switch off and allow it to cool completely.
  • In a bowl, whip the cream till stiff. Add the condensed milk and the blueberry compote and fold in.
  • Divide into four serving bowls and keep into the fridge for the mousse to set, around two hours.
  • Serve cold.

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  1. oh yumm, this one sounds easy and looks delicious

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