I had a premium full fat coconut milk from Sprouts that was already quite thick. That works and makes a soft mousse with just a little whisk. Just don't try it with a light coconut milk. That would result in a sauce rather than a spoonable dessert. Even better would be to simply use the hardened fat from a can of coconut milk that you have chilled a few hours. Much like my Strawberry Coconut Mousse. It does need to be a brand that separates the fat from the water. You might need to experiment with different brands. My Sprouts brand stays emulsified so it didn't separate. Good for some applications, like soup and smoothies, but not so great if you want that hardened chunk to make into mousse. Watch for ingredients. If the can does not list guar gum, it is more likely to separate. Using just the solids will give you a thicker mousse. But even with my slightly thinner version, the taste is amazing.
I am going to give you the simple directions for one small serving at a time.
Lime Curd Mousse
2 tbsp prepared Lime Curd (the Diner recipe which is sugar free)
2 tbsp full fat coconut milk solids or thick milk
With a small whisk, mix the curd with the coconut milk. Spoon into a very small dessert cup and enjoy.
1 serving 153 calories 3 g carbs
Love this Lime Curd. I have one more idea for it that involves berries. Stay tuned!
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