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Thursday, October 1, 2009

Coconut Mousse Dessert Shots


Tonight's dinner was a Multiply Meal--Chicken Blanco. I wanted a little dessert, so I stayed with the white theme and made some creamy little dessert shots with coconut.

I love toasted coconut, and was lucky enough to find unsweetened coconut at my regular grocery store last weekend. Usually, I have to make a run to Whole Foods to get that. These are nice big flakes too. Here is the recipe I came up with using my bullet style blender. I am out of liquid sucralose right now, so I used Splenda packets. Use whatever sweetener you like.

Coconut Mousse Dessert Shots

1/3 cup heavy cream
2 Splenda packets
4 ounces cream cheese
4 tablespoons Vanilla DaVinci syrup
3 Tablespoons coconut flakes

1. Lightly toast the coconut flakes.
2.Use the bullet blender to whip the cream. Put whipped cream into a small bowl and add one packet of sweetener and 2 Tablespoons of syrup. Stir well.
3. In the blender, whip together the cream cheese, one packet of Splenda and the remaining 2 Tablespoons of syrup. Once this is well blended, stir in 2 Tablespoons of coconut.
4. Gently blend the cream cheese mixture with the whipped cream.
5. Alternate tiny bits of coconut and mousse in dessert glasses. End with a sprinkle of coconut. Makes 3 dessert shots.


This dessert was quite nice. It is so nice to have portion control with my shot glasses. I probably would have eaten the whole batch.

2 comments:

Rettakat said...

The other day I was rummaging around at the Goodwill for stuff, and found the prettiest small martini glasses...at least, I think that is what they are called. The ones that are V shaped, with a longish decorative stem below. I couldn't find any shot glasses.

Anyway, there were only 2 of them, and I got them for 10 cents each...just because YOU inspired me to make pretty SMALL desserts.

So I am looking forward to trying out this recipe (I can put the extra serving aside for later).
Thanks!
Loretta

Kim said...

Hello
Hey from this recipe coconut mousse dessert shot seems sweet.I will try for this recipe.Thank you very much for sharing this recipe with us.

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