Eggless Banana Mousse



Eggless Banana Mousse

This Recipe is a very easy to make recipe and very tasty and unique recipe to make at home and can be even used in parties and occasions.
 
This banana mousse recipe has honey instead of sugar and it really goes well with bananas. If you don’t have honey then adds sugar instead. This is a quick recipe and gets done in 15 minutes. The only time taken is chilling the mousse.
 
Eggless banana mousse can be served plain or topped with some plain banana slices or caramelized banana slices. i topped with grated chocolate. You can also dust with some cocoa powder.
 
  
 
Recipe Type: Dessert
Cuisine: World
Preperation Time:  15 mins 
Cooking Time:  15 mins 
Total Time:  30 mins
Serving: 3-4
 
Ingredients
(Measuring cup used, 1 cup = 250 ml)
 
400 grams or 14 ounces bananas, 3 large bananas or 5 medium bananas or 6 small bananas
 
2 tbsp honey
 
Bit more than ¾ cup fresh cream or 200 ml, 25% to 35% fat or even 50% fat
 
3 to 4 drops of lime juice
 
Instructions
 
Peel, slice the bananas and add them to a blender jar along with the honey. Also add 3 to 4 drops of lime juice so that the bananas do not get discoloured.
 
Blend the bananas to a smooth puree without any chunks.
 
Now add the fresh cream to the pureed bananas.
 
Pulse the blender 6 to 8 times so that the cream is evenly mixed with the bananas.
 
Now pour the banana mousse mixture in small individual serving bowls or shot glasses.
 
Cover them with a lid or aluminium foil and place them in the refrigerator for 3 to 4 hours or overnight for the mousse to completely set.
 
You can serve the chilled eggless banana mousse with some whipped cream, banana slices or grated chocolate.
 
Notes
 
Substitutes:
 
Honey - sugar
25% fat cream - 35% to 50% fat cream or whipping cream



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