Delicious, creamy, low calorie, low fat white chocolate mousse!! This dessert is DIVINE! With egg whites, low fat milk, sugar free pudding, and whipped topping, this treat will hit the spot.Jump to Recipe
The macros for one bowl of this white chocolate mousse are 71 calories, 5 grams of protein, 9 grams of carbs, and only 1 gram of fat.
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How to make this recipe
- Egg whites: Did you know egg whites can expand up to eight times their volume? They will give your mousse volume and texture. Egg whites are also neutral in flavor so they will add the volume and protein without taking away from the chocolate texture you are striving for. Room temperature eggs work best.
- Cream of tarter is an acid that will combine with the egg whites to strengthen and stabilize the foamy texture.
- low fat milk: Choosing a low fat (such as 1%) milk will reduce fat and calories without cutting any of the benefits of dairy such as protein and calcium content. And you won’t be able to tell the difference in the finished product.
- Sugar free White Chocolate pudding (4 serving size) is available at all grocery stores and a staple in many of my low calorie recipes. It tastes great and you won’t miss the sugar!
- Sucralose or other non calorie sweetener: Splenda is the most common brand of Sucralose on the market. It is sweeter than sugar so you don’t need a lot.
- Fat free cool whip will make your mousse low calorie while still giving you the creamy texture of regular mousse.
- Real white chocolate shavings — grate a teaspoon off of a white chocolate bar to make your low calorie dessert look like it came out of a fancy restaurant.
- A squirt of whipped cream or a dollop of fat free cool whip for some extra cream and visual appeal.
- Fresh fruit such as a raspberry, strawberry, blackberry, or a few blueberries to add some color and a great flavor mixture. The “berry bite” will be the best part of this low calorie mousse.
Pantry staples for low calorie dessert making
If you are cleaning up your diet, having some things on hand to make a low calorie dessert can help keep you from having an all-out calorie binge. Going cold turkey on all things sweet can be hard to stick with. I find that making some fun, easy low calorie desserts can help me keep to my calorie goals and still enjoy some indulgences. Here are things I keep on hand for desserts such as this low calorie mousse.
- fat free pudding mixes
- sugar free jello
- sugar free chocolate chips/baking bars
- vanilla protein powder
- Sucralose or other non calorie sweetners
- flavorings such as almond, vanilla, or lemon extract
- peanut butter powder
- monk sugar
- frozen fruit (mainly berries and bananas)
- self-rising flour
- Walden farms caramel dip
- In the refrigerator: almond milk, fat free cool whip, greek yogurt, eggs
With these basics in your kitchen you are prepared to handle snack attacks or treat your family to a fun dessert that won’t blow your calorie goals. Try this recipe for circus animal pretzels or this one for 27 calorie donut holes and you’ll be hooked on low calorie desserts!
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71 Calorie White Chocolate Mousse
- 2 medium egg whites
- 1/4 teaspoon cream of tarter
- 1/4 cup low fat milk
- 1 tablespoon Sugar free White Chocolate pudding (4 serving size)
- 1 tablespoon sucralose
- 1/4 cup fat free cool whip
- Beat egg whites with cream of tarter until stiff peaks form. Set aside.
- Beat milk, pudding mix, and zero calorie sugar till smooth. Fold in whipped topping.
- Fold pudding mix into egg white mixture. Stir gently. Divide among two bowls or dishes. Chill for 20-30 minutes for it to thicken.
- Optional: top with white chocolate slivers and whipped topping.
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