Pistachio Mousse made with Push Up Pops Flower Shape

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Pistachio Mousse made with Push Up Pops Flower Shape

by Martellato

Indulge yourself with this light and fluffy mousse that will surely tantalize your sweet tooth! This eye-catching dessert will complement any garden or child-friendly party while not forgetting its sweet and crunchy texture as a bonus.

Cuisine : Baking Course : Dessert Skill Level : Novice
Prep : 40 mins Cook : 38 mins Ready in : 18 mins Serves : 4


  • Chocolate Biscuit without Flour
    • gr 375 Butter
    • gr 185 Sugar
    • gr 25 Cocoa powder
    • gr 210 Yolks
    • gr 150 Whole eggs
    • gr 400 Dark chocolate 65%
    • gr 675 Albumen
    • gr 2250 Sugar

    Pistachio Mousse

    • gr 300 Sugar syrup
    • gr 250 Yolk
    • gr 1000 Whipped cream
    • gr 200 Pistachio paste
    • gr 20 Gelatine

    Pistachio Biscuit

    • gr 250 Almond flour
    • gr 400 Pistachio paste
    • gr 250 Icing sugar
    • gr 400 Yolk
    • gr 200 Whole eggs
    • gr 600 Albumen
    • gr 450 Sugar
    • gr 320 Flour


          Chocolate Biscuit without flour

  1. Mix the butter, sugar and cocoa together. Mix and whip up with a planetary mixer the eggs.

  2. Pour the mixture into the melted chocolate at 35° C.

  3. Whip the white eggs with sugar and then combine the two mixtures. Spread the compound at 6 mm thickness onto oven paper and cook at 165° C for 30 minutes. Check the baking frequently because the biscuit have to remain soft.

    Pistachio Mousse

  4. Whip up the yolk with hot syrup at 121° C. Let the compound cool down and add the gelatine, already softened in water, pressed and melted.

  5. Mix well, then add the pistachio paste and the cream not completely whipped in 2 times. Mix well and pour into the moulds.

    Pistachio Biscuit

  6. Whip 400 grams of yolks and 200 grams of whole eggs and add the compound gradually to the flour, the pistachio paste and icing sugar.

  7. Add the 600 gr of white eggs mounted with 450 gr of sugar and 320 gr of flour later.

  8. Spread the biscuit to about 3 mm of thickness and bake at 230 ° C for about 8 minutes.

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