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This is sooooo similiar to my Banana Ice Cream recipe, which we just love. I usually peel the bananas and pop them into heavy zip lock bags and then into the freezer. Your idea of freezing the mousse after processing is a good one, and is helpful to be able to make it ahead of time. I've always served it just after pureeing. We like frozen pineapple- fresh or canned -with this too. We really enjoyed the strawberries though and will be keeping some of this in the freezer to enjoy during the summer months.

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Geema June 13, 2003

This is quite good and easy to make. I also generally serve it immediately after it is blended. I've substituted kiwi for the banana and added a splash of lime juice a tbl of sugar - lots of possible variations here!

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Chris White June 28, 2003

Very creamy and delicious. I filled a cup measure with frozen strawberries and filled in the cracks with blueberries. I liked it best right after it was blended but it was also good later! Thanks so much.

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ladypit February 06, 2005

This was more like ice cream than mousse, but either way it was delicious. I used a bag of store bought mixed berries - strawberries, blueberries and raspberries. Ohhhhhh soooo good. The banana is what gives this a great creaminess and can be mixed with all sorts of frozen fruit other than berries; thinking mangoes next. Thanks for a great recipe find.

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justcallmetoni January 30, 2005
Mixed Fruit Mousse