Mandarin Orange Peach Mousse Cake



Yesterday, it was my son's birthday. And I actually forgot about it! ha ha...It was not too late. I quickly check my fridge and the store room to look for something that I can make for him. So, I found some whipped cream and a can of peaches. But I need something quick! So, I have decided to make a mousse cake. Luckily, there's still some gelatin left in the fridge. And what flavour to match with the peaches...??? Oh.. then I found a bottle of mandarin orange concentrate liquid. Perfect!!! I think that will do. Finally, I came out something like this! What do you think?


Ingredients :

Crust :
200gm biscuit, mashed
100gm butter
- mix the ingredients together with hand, do not melt butter.
- place the mixture to a springfoam pan and press well.
- bake for 10mins at 180'c.
- leave cool.

Mousse Cake Filling :

400ml whipped cream
1 cup concentrate mandarin liquid
1 cup water
10gm gelatin
1 can peach

- combine mandarin liquid, water and gelatin to mix well, then simmer over low heat till gelatin is well dissolved. Leave cool.
- whisk whipped cream till thick and combine with the liquid mixture.
- spread half of the cream mixture over the cool baked crust.
- fill in some peaches and cover with the balance cream mixture.
- chill in the fridge for an hour and decorate the balance peaches on top.
- then serve.
Yeah, my son loves it! And my daughter loves it even more...ha ha! It's a very delightful treat. No sugar added in.

Comments

  1. What a beautiful presentation! The peaches on the top look so gorgeous!

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  2. That looks heavenly delicious!! YUMMMMMM!!!!

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  3. Is there anything better than a large slice of mousse cake in this hot afternoon? So strange, the weather suddenly changed...so HOT here..

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  4. This sound sooooooo delicious. I love baking with peaches.

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  5. What a gorgeous cake! I love the rose pattern with the peaches!

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  6. That cake is calling my name. I love peaches and substitute them for other fruit often. This looks delicious.

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  7. This is a masterpiece all by itself.... mmmmm
    yummmmmy.. it looks amazing. I'm sure it would have tasted heavenly too.

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  8. What is mandarin juice concentrate? I have never seen it.

    A beautiful cake. Nice job pulling together a cake just like that.

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  9. Comfycook : concentrate juice is the one you use to mix with water to form drinking juice!! Get it?? ha ha...hopefully!

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