20 October 2012

Pumpkin mousse shooters

 












When I made this the kids weren't really interested (normally eat pumpkin in savoy things)
but really I wasn't worry I knew was delicious:)
I love pumpkin in sweet and savoy things!
Anyway... they loved:)
Is really light and creamy.
Source  from the blog Eat yourself skinny











Ingredients


1 fat free cream cheese (like philadelphia)
1 cup and half of pumpkin puree
or a can
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 cup of ricotta cream
1/2 teaspoon ginger
1/8 teaspoon of ground cloves
3 cups whipped topping cream divided


Method


Beat cream cheese in a medium bowl with electric mixer at medium speed until smooth.
Add pumpkin (if you cooked mashed it) milk  ricotta cream  cinnamon  ginger and cloves and beat about 1 minute until smooth .
Mix with  1 1/2  cups whipped topping .
Finally divide the mousse in 6 glasses.
Cover and refrigerate about 1 1/2 hour.
Just before serving top each shooter with remaining whipped topping and some mints.



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EN ESPAÑOL

Mousse de zapallo  camote















Cuando hice este postre de zapallo los niños no mostraron mucho interés pero no me preocupé (igual son tan exigentes) ayer se pusieron a pelear si la cazuela debía llevar arroz o chuchoca todo porque ayer la hice con chuchoca la cazuela de pollo.
Como que el arroz me aburre prefiero con chuchoca o un poco de sémola queda super rica.

Bueno para no alargar el cuento les encantó el postre.
(normalmente el zapallo lo comen en cosas saladas o en sopaipillas) pero siempre les digo que hay que probar.

Ingredientes

1 queso crema tipo filadelfia
1 taza y 1/2 de puré de zapallo cocido
3/4 taza de leche
1 taza de ricotta
1 cucharadita de canela molida.
1/2 cucharadita de jengibre molido
1/8 de cucharadita de clavo de olor molido
3 tazas de crema batida dividida
(una parte dentro del mousse y la otra para adornar)

Preparación

Batir el queso crema en un bol mediano con batidora eléctrica
a velocidad mediana hasta que esté suave.
Agregar el zapallo molido la ricotta  la leche la canela el jengibre y el clavo de olor
Batir 1 minuto hasta que esté suave y cremoso.
Agregar 1 1/2 taza de crema batida e incorporar.
Repartir el mousse en 6 pocillos o copas
Llevar a rerigerar por lo menos 1 hora y 1/2.
Caundo esten listos agregar un poco de crema batida y adornar con hojas de menta.


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72 comments:

  1. Pues a mi me encanta en casi todo y este mousse esta como tu nombre de Gloria!!

    Besotes.

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  2. I love pumpkin sweet, savory, any way! These look like a delicious unique treat, sort of like a crustless cheese cake, YUM!

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    1. che bella e golosa questa mousse! baci

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  3. Ellerinize sağlık. Çok leziz görünüyor.

    Saygılar.

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  4. No me extraña, se ve exquisito.

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    1. Cierto al final les gustó ya sabes como son :D

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  5. yep, I'm like other kids :) - love pumpkin only in savoury dishes :) especially in a cream soup!

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    1. ah DEzzt I love pumpkin soup but really vole in pies and mousses!! ah you are a kid lol

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  6. Yummy Gloria,
    This looks amazing!

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  7. I will defintely try this. Looks delish! I have butternut squash and will try it with that. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Gloria number two
      Creating an army are you? haha

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    2. Thanks Gloria:)


      hey Patt dont distrub my friends pleaseeeee???

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  8. nice..i love the flavor of pumpkin...bet this tastes wonderful gloria...

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  9. Pumpkin is not for me, just imagining that stuff is kind of scary haha

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    1. silly! this is not a scared pumpkin! This is a nice pumpkin lol

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  10. Dear Gloria, These look light, creamy and delicious. Blessings dear. Catherine xo

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  11. Gloria, This is the first time I've heard of Pumpkin Mousse Shooters...or pumpkin mousse for that matter. Sounds great! Thanks for the recipe. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  12. Yum! Isn't that a lovely color? So beautiful! I bet it was light and creamy! And how nice the kids like it, too! I have lots of pumpkin puree in the freezer...I'll have to try this soon!

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    1. Thanks Betsy Is nice you have freeze puree normally I have freeze pumpkin in cubes (all the year) and used to a lot of things I think pumpkin is true versatile!:)

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  13. como tai Glorita?? espero que mejorcito...cuidese mujer! =)
    que interesante la receta...se ve muy rica!!
    y la cazuela? deben de hablar mucho acerca de comida tus niños teniendote de cocinera..que rico!
    cariños!

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    1. Ja! no hablan tanto pero muchas veces discute acerca de comida y la cazuela es algo que les encanta mi preferida es de pollo o pavo con chochoca pero ala Esperanza les gusta con arroz! sigh!!
      cuídate tú!

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  14. I love pumpkin, but never thought of using it in a mousse. This looks amazing!!

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  15. Interesting recipe and beautiful presentation.

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  16. I like the idea of a pumpkin mousse, very nice!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  17. Bella l'idea di una mousse di zucca con al ricotta. Profumata con le mie spezie preferite dev'essere deliziosa. Un abbraccio, buona domenica

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  18. These looks delicious! What a great way to get kids to pumpkin...

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  19. che delizia deve essere Gloria, buona domenica cara, un bacione !

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    1. Thanks Chiara! have as lovely day!

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  20. Oh, YUM! I was recently thinking of making pumpkin soup shooters, but these look like much more fun!

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    1. Thanks T.W. pumpkin soup is one of my favorite soups and for these shooters I used my capuccino glasses LOL

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    1. Thanks Chele yes I love pumpkin color too!

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  22. al fin es temporada de calabazas!

    ayer mismo preparé un pay de calabaza que para que te cuento, jeje


    saludos Gloria

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    1. Me encanta el pie de calaba Mario creo que el año pasado publiqué uno cariños!

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  23. What a great idea, Gloria! And really cute for company. This recipe is going on my list for certain.

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  24. Now, this is something I can make!! I love me some pumpkin, Gloria! =)

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    1. You will love Elsie is really easy and light and delicious!)

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    2. yummy n inviting with attractive color

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    1. Thanks Cake crusader yes I love pumpkin color of these!

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  26. Good Afternoon Gloria, What a fabulous name Pumpkin Mousse Shooters and from Eat Yourself Skinny, what more could a girl ask for! Lovely food which keeps you skinny! Super recipe, I will be trying this. Have a wonderful day. Best Wishes Daphne

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  27. Hi Daphne Really love this mousse and this blog (Eat yourself skinny) have really nice recipes! Thanks for stopping by!

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  28. Gloria I've never heard this mousse!!!
    Your presentation is so beautiful and mousse looks so fluffy!!!

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  29. Yummy... I must try this. How are you? I'm sending hugs to you. Have a good week.

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    1. Thanks Lura im ok. Send you hugsss too!:)

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  30. I'm having "Pumpkin spice" coffee right now at work. Is Ricotta cream the same as the Ricotta cheese?

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    1. Hi Bama! Yes is the same I dont know why I put ricotta cream you have reason is ricotta cheese:)
      Have a nice day!!

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  31. They sound delicious to me, Gloria! Glad your kids liked them ;)

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  32. Mmmmmmm....pumpkin mousse sounds wonderful! This would make a fantastic Thanksgiving dessert :)

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  33. Que mousse tan rica Gloria! tiene una pinta deliciosa. Voy a mirar que es la chochoca... Besos

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  34. Rosana algo tipico de acá que se usa en las cazuelas o sopas de pollo se puede reemplazar or un poco de polenta so sémola. besos

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  35. Gracias por la aclaración!! Besos

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  36. Soy tan cobarde para innovar en la cocina que nunca se me habría ocurrido hacer este postre de zapallo y se ve muy muy rico.
    Yo también me aburro del arroz en las cazuelas, estos díás le he puesto chuchoca y caracolitos pequeñitos y a mi hijo le encanta.
    Saludos.

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