This 3-ingredinets Oreo mousse recipe is super easy to make and requires only few minutes of work. If you an Oreo lover and like simple desserts, you should give this recipe a try. This mousse is not like the traditional mousse and doesn’t contain any eggs (eggless mousse).
INGREDIENTS FOR YIELDS
10 Oreo cookies
1 cup (240ml) Heavy cream, cold
1/3 cup (40g) Powdered sugar
In a Ziploc bag, a blend or a food processor, crush Oreo cookies into fine crumbs and set aside.
In a large bowl whip heavy cream and powdered sugar to stiff peaks.
Fold in crushed ores. Transfer into a piping bag. Pipe into serving dishes.
I’m making these today I will tell you how they go.Reply
Well, how did it go?Reply
yea how did it go?Reply
Not gonna lie, I’m a little scared I too might disappear after making this.Reply
Do you crush the oreos with the cream or with thecream?Reply
I mean with or without the cream?Reply Show More Comments
I did it. But did not put alot of sugar. It is fine but you can not eat a lot of it. I waited only 1h and it was fine.Reply
I am making this today I will let you know how it turns outReply
I’m making this today I’ll let you know how it turns out My only concern is that it will just taste like whipped cream with Oreos because that’s how it soundsReply
It tried it and they were so buttery and crispy such a good taste!!! I rolled out dough in between parchment and let it chill for few hrs in the fridge. It worked perfectly well! Im using those as my dunk cookies for family & friends.Reply
Can I use cream cheese or whipping cream as a substitute for heavy creamReply
Heavy cream and heavy whipping cream are the same thingReply
It's fire no capReply
I added a container of whipped cream to make it more light and fluffy. Still tastes great!Reply
I love how everyone said they would tell us how it went and never did lol. It's my mom's birthday today so I'm going to try making this today because she hates cake.Reply
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