Peach Mousse

Peach Mousse

This is a mousse using canned peaches.
The gentle sweetness spreads out in your mouth. It tastes so luxurious...

Ingredients: 15cm diameter circular mold or a loose bottom cake pan

Any kind of spongecake you like (or Recipe ID: 1404712)
1 piece of 1 cm thickness
Syrup from the canned peaches
20 g
For the peach mousse:
200 g
50 g
Granulated sugar
35 g
Leaf gelatin
6 g
Heavy cream
150 g
Peach liquor (if available)
1 tablespoon
For the filling:
Peaches (white)
100 g
Syrup from the canned peaches
40 g
Leaf gelatin
1 g
For the decoration:
White peach, mint and anything to your liking
As needed


1. Soak the leaf gelatin in plenty of water to soften.
2. Put the peaches in a blender and blend to a puree.
3. Put the puree from Step 3 in a pan. Add milk and sugar and heat to medium. Stop the heat when it comes to a boil. Drain the gelatin, add to the pan and mix well.
4. Place the pan over iced water and chill until it becomes body temperature.
5. Whip heavy cream in a bowl and whip the cream until stiff peaks form.
6. Separate Step 5 3 times, each time mixing together with a spatula. Add the liquor.
7. <Filling> Slice the peach 5 mm thick.
8. <Structure> Spread plastic wrap tightly to cover the bottom from the outside of the circular mold and seal the ends with a rubber band. Place it on a tray, which can fit in the refrigerator.
9. Cut the sponge cake to be a size smaller than the mold and place it at the bottom of the mold. Brush the canned peach syrup.
10. Pour half of the mousse in the mold and line the filling on the mousse.
11. Pour the rest of the mousse in and even out the surface using something like a spatula.
12. Make the gelée: Soak the gelatin in water to soften.
13. Put canned peach syrup in a pan and heat on medium. Stop the heat when it comes to a boil. Add gelatin to the syrup to melt.
14. Decorate the mousse as you like and pour the gelée. Chill in the refrigerator to harden.
15. When it becomes hard, take off the cellophane wrap and place the mousse on a plate. Take the mousse out of the mold using something like a warm towel or kitchen blowtorch.
16. This is how it looks when cut.

Story Behind this Recipe

I wanted to eat a dessert with peaches but they weren't in season, so I used canned peaches and made it easily.