Chef Joe Flamm used this three-ingredient ricotta mousse to help cinch his season 15 Top Chef win. Flamm used the rich, vanilla-scented mousse to dress up a simple brown sugar cake, but it’s also an easy and delicious way to elevate your favorite brownie recipe, or to serve with in-season berries or fresh fruit.
From a chocolate coupe with cocoa nib mousse to creamy pumpkin pie with white chocolate mousse, these decadent recipes are perfect for any occasion.
Blackberry Fool with Calvados
A classic British dessert of pureed fruit folded into whipped cream, a fool is one of the first things Peter Ting learned to make after moving to England in 1976. To give this one a little extra sophistication, he macerates (soaks) half the blackberries overnight in Calvados, then tops the fruit with dollops of whipped cream he's mixed with blackberry puree. The leftover macerating liquid would make a delicious drink mixed with sparkling water or Champagne. More Fruit Desserts