Yogurt mousse with mango cream
- 1 mango
- 3 Greek yogurts
- 150 ml of cream
- 3 tablespoons of sugar
- 1 splash of Cointreau
1. Chop part of the mango in 16 cubes for garnishing later. Purée the remaining mango in a blender. Add a splash of Cointreau to taste.
2. Put the cream and sugar in the blender beaker to whip it, but leave it half whipped.
3. Gently fold the yogurt into the whipped cream, being careful to not break it down.
4. Divide the yogurt/whipped cream mixture among four small glasses. Top with the mango purée and garnish with the diced mango and mint.
5. It should be all prepared and placed in the refrigerator, but it's better to finish assembling the dessert just before serving (add the mango puree and the garnish), so the yogurt mousse and mango puree don't run together.
If you prefer to have ready-made products, we offer you Topgel Mango and Yogurt and Topgel Whipped Cream.
Nutrition & well-being
Nutritional Properties and Health Benefits
Mangoes are an ideal alternative during the hot months, not only because of the exquisite and refreshing fruit, but also because they are nutritious and healthy.
- Among the main vitamins in mangoes, vitamin C stands out because it is a great antioxidant and an anticarcinogenic, and B complex vitamins, important for the nervous system and for the proper functioning of the metabolism.
- It is also very rich in minerals such as selenium, magnesium and iron, which together with its high potassium content, makes it a fruit with a significant diuretic effect, helping against the retention of liquids.
- Because of its high fiber content, it is ideal to treat cases of constipation, reduce blood cholesterol, as well as prevent muscle weakness and the occurrence of anemia.