Biscoff Mousse

  • 5MINS
  • Serves 4
  • 196KCAL

This creamy mousse is such a treat, you’d never know it was slimming friendly! It’s topped with crumbled Biscoff biscuits for a delicious crunch.

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NutritionPer Serving

  • Calories196
  • Carbs14g
  • Protein3.9g
  • Fat14g
  • Saturates6.6g
  • Sugars9.7g

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Dessert is back on the menu! This creamy, smooth Biscoff Mousse is a low calorie pudding that’s so simple to make – it doesn’t even need gelatine! 

We’ve mixed Biscoff spread into the mousse and crumbled a little of the biscuits on top to create a luxurious dessert with that irresistible caramelised flavour. 

Light and airy, these are the perfect end to any meal. They only take 5 minutes to prepare and half an hour to set, so you can pop them in the fridge while you enjoy your dinner. 

At just 196 calories each, they’ll fit into your meal plan, whether you’re counting calories or following a diet plan like Weight Watchers. 

What diets is this Biscoff Mousse suitable for?

Biscoff Mousse can be enjoyed on vegetarian diets. They can be made dairy free and vegan as long as you substitute the following ingredients for suitable alternatives:

  • Low fat double cream alternative
  • Fat free Greek style yoghurt

If you’re cooking for people with allergies, be extra careful when checking ingredients and preparing food!

How Weight Watchers friendly is this Biscoff Mousse recipe?

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The good news is that all of our recipes are still Weight Watchers friendly! If you have any questions about your Points budgets or you’re unsure how a certain recipe will fit into your plan, please reach out to Weight Watchers directly.

Do you need any special ingredients to make Biscoff Mousse?

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this recipe but there are a couple bits of equipment that will come in handy:

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You’ll need 4 x 125ml ramekins. They’ll come in useful for all kinds of individual puddings and desserts. 

An electric hand whisk will help you to whip cream in no time to make your mousse light and airy. 

How many calories are in this Biscoff Mousse?

This Biscoff Mousse is included in our Everyday Light category because it contains just 196 calories per portion. It’s ideal when counting calories or following any of the larger diet plans such as Weight Watchers.

The average woman needs around 2000kcal per day to maintain a healthy body weight, and men typically need slightly more at 2,500kcals, but you may want to reduce these if you are aiming to lose weight. You can find more information on the NHS website.

Step 1

Place the low fat double cream alternative in a medium mixing bowl. Whisk with an electric hand whisk, on high speed, for about 2 minutes until soft peaks are formed. Take care not to over whisk the cream alternative otherwise it will become too stiff to fold in the remaining ingredients.

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Step 2

Place the Biscoff spread into a small microwaveable bowl and microwave in small bursts until melted and completely smooth and runny. Alternatively place the small bowl in a slightly larger bowl containing boiling water and stir for about 2 minutes.

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Step 3

Add the yoghurt, melted Biscoff spread and vanilla extract to the bowl with the whipped cream alternative. Fold in gently using a rubber spatula or large metal spoon until completely combined. Take care not to knock the air out of the mixture.

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Step 4

Divide between four 125ml ramekin dishes and sprinkle the Biscoff biscuit crumbs on top. Chill for about 30 minutes and serve.

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How do you know when Biscoff Mousse is ready?

You’ll need to leave this Biscoff Mousse to set in the fridge for at least half an hour. Make them ahead of time and leave them to set while you make dinner – they’ll be the perfect consistency by the time you’re ready for dessert!

How long can you keep Biscoff Mousse in the fridge?

We’d recommend that you eat this recipe within 4 hours of serving it.

You can cover these Biscoff Mousses and keep them in the fridge for up to 2 days – ideal if you want to make them ahead of a dinner party or special occasion.  

Can I freeze Biscoff Mousse?

This recipe isn’t suitable for freezing but it’s so quick and easy to make fresh. 

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Biscoff Mousse

This creamy mousse is such a treat, you’d never know it was slimming friendly! It’s topped with crumbled Biscoff biscuits for a delicious crunch.
  • Prep Time
    5 MINS
  • KCals 196
  • Carbs 14G

Ingredients

  • 100 ml low fat double cream alternative
  • 100 g fat free Greek style yoghurt
  • 80 g smooth Biscoff spread
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • ½ Biscoff biscuit, crumbled

4 x 125ml ramekin dishes

Medium bowl

Electric hand whisk

small bowl

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Instructions

  1. Place the low fat double cream alternative in a medium mixing bowl. Whisk with an electric hand whisk, on high speed, for about 2 minutes until soft peaks are formed. Take care not to over whisk the cream alternative otherwise it will become too stiff to fold in the remaining ingredients.
  2. Place the Biscoff spread into a small microwaveable bowl and microwave in small bursts until melted and completely smooth and runny. Alternatively place the small bowl in a slightly larger bowl containing boiling water and stir for about 2 minutes.
  3. Add the yoghurt, melted Biscoff spread and vanilla extract to the bowl with the whipped cream alternative. Fold in gently using a rubber spatula or large metal spoon until completely combined. Take care not to knock the air out of the mixture.
  4. Divide between four 125ml ramekin dishes and sprinkle the Biscoff biscuit crumbs on top. Chill for about 30 minutes and serve.

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Recipe notes

Tip: Take care not to over-whisk the cream alternative as it will become too stiff to fold in the yoghurt, Biscoff spread and vanilla extract. It needs to be whisked to the soft peak stage.

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AllanThursday 21st July 2022

Hi can I freeze these?

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    SharonFriday 22nd July 2022

    Hi Allan, Biscoff Mousse isn’t suitable for freezing but as these are so quick to make it’s easy to eat them freshly made. Recipes that are suitable for freezing will have a blue F badge under the image at the top of the page.Enjoy the recipe!

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      MarilynFriday 22nd July 2022

      Hi if I increase the quantity would that set firm enough to be like a cheesecake.
      Thanks

      SharonMonday 25th July 2022

      Hi Marilyn, we haven’t tried this but it should work well.The mixture will have light fluffy texture but should be just firm enough to slice. Thanks for sharing your idea!

DebbieTuesday 19th July 2022

Can I use natural yogurt instead of Greek?

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    SharonThursday 21st July 2022

    Hi Debbie, natural yoghurt isn’t as thick and creamy as Greek style yoghurt and can have a slightly tart taste so it will probably affect the texture and flavour of the mousse.Hope that helps.

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LisaTuesday 26th April 2022

Is there an alternative to the cream?
I live in spain and the Elmlea doesn’t exist here.
Thanks

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    HollyWednesday 27th April 2022

    Hi Lisa, you can swap the light double cream alternative for regular double cream and alter the calories accordingly, hope that helps!

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Kim MorganSunday 3rd April 2022

Could I use low fat creme fraiche instead of low fat double cream alternative?

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    LisaMonday 4th April 2022

    Hi Kim. Creme fraiche doesn’t whip up like the double cream alternative. It also has a slightly sour taste which will affect the flavour. We think you’d get best results using the light double cream alternative, such a Elmlea.

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AlixFriday 1st April 2022

Wow, I just made this and it was absolutely beautiful and so simple! Unfortunately I forgot to take pictures 😂

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    HollyTuesday 5th April 2022

    Hi Alix, thanks so much for your message we are so glad to hear you enjoyed this recipe!

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Sophie JacksonThursday 31st March 2022

Hi, could you use light creme freche instead of the light double cream please?

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    HollyTuesday 5th April 2022

    Hey Sophie, it’s best to use a light double cream alternative such as Elmlea Double Light for this Biscoff Mousse. Hope that helps!

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Jodie GloverMonday 21st March 2022

What should I be looking for to find a low fat double cream alternative?

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    HollyTuesday 22nd March 2022

    Hey Jodie, we used Elmlea Double Light Cream Alternative, hope that helps!

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Valerie ScottMonday 21st March 2022

Could you use Skyr instead of Greek yogurt?

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    HollyTuesday 22nd March 2022

    Hey Valerie, Skyr yoghurt will be fine instead of Greek yoghurt however you will need to alter the calories accordingly, hope that helps!

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AlisonMonday 21st March 2022

What would you use as the double cream alternative?

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    HollyTuesday 22nd March 2022

    Hey Alison, we used Elmlea Double Light Cream Alternative, hope that helps!

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