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This is so good you have to try it.  I’m not a fan of regular Jello but this is so light and fluffy just like a typical mousse should be.  It should be illegal it’s so good!!  It’s fast and easy to prepare but the hardest thing to do is wait the 30 minutes for it to set in the fridge!!   🙂

Low Carb Cherry Mousse Recipe

Ingredients:
1 pkg. Cherry Jello-No Sugar Added
1 cup  35% Whipped Cream
2 tsp Splenda


Preparation:

Beat whipping cream with mixer until fluffy. Add sweetener.
Prepare Jello according to the quick set instructions.
When the ice cubes have melted (while the jello is still liquid), pour into the whipping cream and beat with mixer on high for 3 minutes.  Scraping down sides.
Make 9 servings at ½ cup each.
Allow to set for 30 minutes in the refrigerator.

Nutritional Info
Servings Per Recipe: 9
Serving Size:   1/2 cup

Calories 94
Fat 8.9g
Saturated Fat  7.1g
Cholesterol 36mg

Sodium 14mg
Total Carbohydrates 2.7g
Sugars 0.9g
Protein  0.1g

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Comments on: "Low Carb Cherry Mousse Recipe" (4)

  1. That sounds awfully good, well done. Too bad it’s for so many! There is only me and my boyfriend, shame the recipe can’t be reduced 😦

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  2. Well if you’re two people 9 servings isn’t that much. Both of you can have 1 dessert each day for 4 days. It’s a weeks worth of desserts. You’ll have to fight for the last one hahaha 🙂

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  3. Do you think it will keep well for a few days? We don’t usually eat dessert. Maybe only once or twice a week. If you think it will keep for a week in the fridge and maintain a good taste/texture, maybe I will give it a whirl. It really does sound fantastic.

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  4. Sure I don’t see there being a problem. Keep in mind I made it for the first time today and I don’t think it’ll last all week once my kids get their hands on it. LOL

    We’re not dessert people either but this a a great light one to have on hand when the craving hits.
    Let me know if you try it.

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