Low Carb White Chocolate Mousse

"My friend gave me this recipe, it is a quick fix when you are counting carbs."
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  • Begin whipping heavy cream in a chilled bowl with chilled beaters.
  • When cream begins to form peaks, add in the pudding mix.
  • Beat until the consistency thickened and serve.

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  1. Smilyn
    I can only give this 3 stars. I tried it one time and had to throw it out. I tried it again with a cream cheese sugar free version and it was ok. It felt like something was missing. I had a bite w/ a graham cracker and it was real good. Since I can't have those, I thought berries would be great on it. It turned out better with the berries so I didn't have to throw it out for a second and last time. I think that would be a good sub instead of whip cream.
  2. Cindy in Maryland
    I really didn't like this. (we are on Atkins and I had such hopes).I used sf Jello Chocolate Fudge flavor instead of White chocolate (don't like the white chocolate). I will let DH give it a tast before I toss it completely.
  3. hrlyhny
    It is ok. It tastes like a mixture between frosting and whipped topping. Has the texture of frosting and taste of whipped topping. (Making it a GREAT replacement). Don't think I would want to eat that much of it straight.
  4. dmfusilier
    This recipe is just what I've been looking for, it satisfies that sweet craving and is so easy to prepare and best of all you can eat it right away, no waiting for it to set up. I have made this recipe several times using using other flavors of sugar free pudding, all turned out delicious. Thank You!
  5. riffraff
    Great little treat after a long day and we were just wanting something sweet before bed. We have made this several times now and just love it. Easy to prepare and I think it would be great in a pie!!



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