Iced Physalis Mousse

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Health Score:
5,6 / 10
Difficulty:
easy
Difficulty
Preparation:
25 min.
Preparation
ready in 5 h. 25 min.
Ready in
Calories:
337
calories
Calories

Nutritional values

1 serving contains
(Percentage of daily recommendation)
Calorie337 kcal(16 %)
Protein2.71 g(3 %)
Fat29.15 g(25 %)
Carbohydrates18.47 g(12 %)
Sugar added11.17 g(45 %)
Roughage2.15 g(7 %)
Vitamin A348.1 mg(43,513 %)
Vitamin D1.28 μg(6 %)
Vitamin E0.92 mg(8 %)
Vitamin B₁0.04 mg(4 %)
Vitamin B₂0.17 mg(15 %)
Niacin1.08 mg(9 %)
Vitamin B₆0.07 mg(5 %)
Folate6.2 μg(2 %)
Pantothenic acid0.54 mg(9 %)
Biotin1.37 μg(3 %)
Vitamin B₁₂0.13 μg(4 %)
Vitamin C14.33 mg(15 %)
Potassium175.22 mg(4 %)
Calcium65.41 mg(7 %)
Magnesium10.6 mg(4 %)
Iron0.24 mg(2 %)
Iodine12 μg(6 %)
Zinc0.25 mg(3 %)
Saturated fatty acids18.44 g
Cholesterol90.4 mg

Ingredients

for
6
Ingredients
2 cups Cape Gooseberry (roughly chopped)
0.333 cup sugar
2 cups cream (48% fat)
lemon juice (to taste)
To decorate
Physalis
Maple syrup
How healthy are the main ingredients?
sugarMaple syrup

Preparation steps

1.
Gently heat the berries with the sugar in a pan until the sugar has dissolved and the berries have softened, stirring occasionally.
2.
Increase the heat and simmer the berries for 2-3 minutes. Blend to a puree using a stick blender.
3.
Add lemon juice to to taste, then set aside to cool completely.
4.
Whisk the cooled berry mixture into the cream. Continue whisking until thickened and holding soft peaks.
5.
Spoon into a freezerproof container, cover and freeze for about 5 hours until firm.
6.
Spoon into serving glasses and decorate with physalis. Drizzle maple syrup over the top.