This recipe is sponsored by North Bay Produce.
Got a sweet tooth? Want to finish off a meal with a treat, but don’t want something heavy or loaded with sugar?
A mousse cup is just what you’re looking for! Whipping up a mousse is fast, easy, and only takes three ingredients. And to sweeten the deal, this Raspberry Keto Mousse will help you stick to your diet goals. Pick up some North Bay Produce raspberries and try it for yourself!
Whipping Up Raspberry Keto Mousse
This fluffy dessert fits right into a Ketogenic diet! Rather than sugar, we used monkfruit sweetener to thicken and sweeten this mousse. Monkfruit, also called Buddha fruit or luo han guo, is a vine-grown, melon-like fruit native to China and Thailand. When juiced and processed, its sweetener can be up to 250 times sweeter than regular sugar. Best of all, it’s calorie-free!
This mousse isn’t just delicious because it’s guilt-free. With tart, juicy North Bay raspberries, it’s bursting with addicting flavor! Eat it as a breakfast, a snack, or a dessert — it’s a delight at any time of day.
It’s Always Raspberry Season with North Bay Produce
Seasonal produce is better produce. It’s not just tastier — it also retains more nutrients than produce grown out of season.
But that’s the problem with seasonal fruits: most farms can’t grow them all year long. That’s a problem our partners at North Bay Produce set out to fix. You’ll find North Bay’s offerings in the grocery store year-round, including blueberries, blackberries, apples, asparagus, snow peas, sugar snaps, pomegranates and figs… and the raspberries you’ll need for this Raspberry Keto Mousse, of course!
How do they manage to bring seasonal produce to customers all year? Although North Bay’s headquarters are in Traverse City, Michigan, growers in their cooperative are located across two hemispheres in the United States, Mexico, Central America, and South America. Modern agricultural innovations and a commitment to sustainability allow North Bay to bring you the freshest, safest, most nutritious produce year-round while minimizing its environmental impact.
Learn about North Bay’s commitment to food safety with Director of Food Safety and Compliance Jennifer Pulcipher in Episode 101 of The Produce Moms Podcast!