Honey-Yogurt Mousse

This dessert was not on my radar. We are not a mousse family and I was not looking forward to this but as usual I was proven wrong. This was a cup of deliciousness; the tang of the yogurt, richness of the heavy cream and the sweetness of the honey. A cloud of a dessert.

Dorie suggests serving this with something crunchy like Croquets, or berries, chocolate shavings or Cocoa Crumbs. I used berries I had on hand and was happy with that choice. My husband added a little granola for a crunch. I would love to serve this at a party as I think it is a unique dessert.

Tuesdays with Dorie is an international baking group working our way through Dorie’s cookbooks. To see what others made this week head over to Tuesdays with Dorie.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. To me this was too sweet. I should have read the whole page. I would have liked it with some granola I was also thinking non sweet cocoa on top. I´m glad you liked it and your mousse looks good.

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  2. flour.ish.en says:

    I've found this dessert to be surprisingly good too. It opens some new possibilities.

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  3. Summer says:

    Your mousse looks delicious and cup of deliciousness is the perfect way to describe it! Yum!!

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  4. Cakelaw says:

    LOL – I am not mousse fan either. I made this tonight and I did find it a tad too sweet, but nevertheless delicious. I am glad that you enjoyed it and the berries are a great serving suggestion.

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  5. I'm excited to make this one!

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  6. Anonymous says:

    I loved this one, too, and have made it a few times now. I've yet to try it with the croquets or cocoa crumbs, though, so I guess I'll have to make it at least twice more! 😉

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  7. Looks so good! I'm looking forward to make this, hopefully this weekend! Just bought my tub of Greek yoghurt today.

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