Farmersgirl Kitchen

Strawberry Mousse and Whipped Cream

In case you’re not familiar with the strange looking white gadget behind the strawberry mousse, it’s a Cream Whipper. It makes delicious whipped cream, mousses, flavoured toppings, garnishes or foams in seconds. Perfect for topping cakes, coffees, milkshakes and desserts. You can create the lightest, fluffiest whipped cream in an instant – leave it plain or add flavourings, from simple vanilla to whatever else you fancy! You can even make a dairy-free, healthier alternative to whipped cream using coconut milk.

You can also use a cream whipper to infuse alcohol with all kinds of flavours and herbs – ideal for cocktails!

Strawberry Mousse
Serves 3-4 depending on the size of the glasses

400g strawberries
75g icing (powdered) sugar
150ml double cream

  1. Hull the strawberries and set aside 6-8 to decorate the mousse.
  2. Whizz the rest of the strawberries in a blender or use a stick blender until you have a liquid strawberry puree. Sieve the puree to remove the seeds.
  3. Add the sieved icing sugar and whizz again to blend.
  4. Add the cream and stir together gently (do not blend)
  5. Pour the mixture into the Cream Whipper, closing the top firmly, screw on the nozzle of your choice, then apply the gas as per the instructions that come with the whipper. 
  6. Shake the mixture gently and fill glasses or bowls with the mousse by compressing the lever.
  7. Top with the remaining strawberries.
Strawberries with whipped cream

N2O also acts as a natural anti-biotic so the cream stays fresh in the whipper for up to 10 days if kept in a fridge. The Cream Whipper is only suitable for making whipped cream, if you want to make Espumas or hot sauces, Discount Cream also sell  commercial grade Stainless Steel whippers.

I was surprised just how easy and fun it was to use the Cream Dispenser and the cream does keep well in the fridge. Adding air to the cream makes it go a lot further, so you actually eat less!  There is no artificial flavour and the strawberry mousse was so light and tasted only of strawberries and cream.

Cream Whipper – RRP £24.99, Discount Cream price £17.49

I was supplied with a Cream Dispenser to review by Discount Cream. 


  1. Leave a Reply

    July 11, 2015

    Mmmm I bet this tastes good! Will have to try! thanks x

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    Bintu Hardy
    July 12, 2015

    I am not familiar with that strange looking gadget at all. Helps make a tasty recipe though.

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    belleau kitchen
    July 19, 2015

    um… yes please!… LOVE the whipper thingy. That would stay in my mouth for much of the serving process.End of.

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