Fruity Mousse

By re1ndeer

This fruity mousse is great on its own or used as a fruit dip!

Fruity Mousse
  • 1 8oz. pkg. fat-free cream cheese, softened

  • 1 tub Crystal light Pink Lemonade flavor low-calorie soft drink mix, divided

  • 1 cup skim milk

  • 1 tub 8oz. whipped topping, thawed

  1. Beat cream cheese and 1 1/2 tsp. of the drink mix in a large bowl with an electric mixer on medium speed until well blended and smooth. Gradually add milk, mixing to well blended.

  2. Gently stir whipped topping until well blended. Pour into serving bowl or individual dishes.

  3. Refrigerate 3 hours or until firm. Serve with fresh fruit, if desired.

  4. Note: Place remaining drink mix in a glass or plastic pitcher. Add 1 quart of water, stir to dissolve. Serve with ice.

Nutritional Facts

Calories 80
Calories from fat 30
Fat 3g
Saturated fat 3g
Cholesterol 3mg
Sodium 130mg
Carbohydrate 9g
Dietary fiber 0g
sugars 6g
Protein 5g

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26 replies

Auldscot 2016-03-24 07:42:35 -0600 Report

Super yummy.
Oh and for all the scoffers and this isn't natural, live the life of a diabetic with all the dietary restrictions for a month and then let's talk. Finding something that tastes great, doesn't take hours to prepare and is something you WANT to share with friends is always top notch in my book.

jcoahum 2015-04-06 09:20:24 -0600 Report

This recipe is unusually tasty for a diabetic dessert. I made it exactly as described, except for I just used some of those little drink packets that I already had on hand, and measured them with a measuring spoon. Something else I like about this one is that it's a very flexible recipe, in that you could use any flavor of drink mix that you preferred, although the lemonade one is delicious! BTW—to respond to a few of the comments regarding the healthiness of this recipe: diabetic health needs are unique in that you have to watch carbohydrates. So fruit, for example, is quite high in carbohydrates, and therefore they have to be eaten in moderation. To find a recipe that doesn't contain flour or other high-carb ingredients but is still decent-tasting is a real find. Also, don't criticize artificial sweeteners until you've had to live with a carbohydrate allotment of 140 for a while. I was thrilled to be able to make this for my husband so he could have a dessert for Easter dinner along with the rest of us, and his blood sugar levels still remained low.

kalispell 2015-03-12 18:25:47 -0500 Report

Wow, talk about substituting s..t for food, there is absolutely nothing healthy about any of these substitutes!!!

Sunapeedog 2014-11-15 11:52:11 -0600 Report

How is this a healthy recipe? Skim milk - "whipped topping" - fat free - Crystal Light: Citric Acid, Potassium Citrate, Maltodextrin, Aspartame (Phenylketonurics: Contains Phenylalanine), Magnesium Oxide, Contains Less than 2% of Natural Flavor, Acesulfame, Potassium, Soy Lecithin, Artificial Color, Red 40. Choose "real" food, not these unhealthy ingredients. :(

spirky 2014-11-14 07:04:12 -0600 Report

Loved it but after a day it like seperated in the bowl. Liquid on bottom and cream on top. What made that happen???

Anonymous 2014-03-22 13:17:12 -0500 Report

Evaziem, you should probably do some research. Type 1 is NOT caused by diet. Ask a doctor. As for the tub of crystal light, you only use 1½ tsp. Use the rest for drinks.

Giget 2014-03-07 21:03:20 -0600 Report

What is a tub of Crystal Lite ? If you only need 1 1/2 teaspoon ?? How much is in a serving package if you buy (a 6pack of 2 qts)??

evaziem 2014-03-07 10:00:06 -0600 Report

Desserts? For diabetics or anybody? How about some plane berries?
On PBS Dr. Amen, M.D., a famous "brain doc" said: "Yes, I eat a dessert and it's berries…" He is not diabetic. Maybe that is why he is NOT!

kerr bear
kerr bear 2014-02-20 19:14:55 -0600 Report

wheres the fruit? all I see is crystal light drink. Why does it look like it has real fruit bits in it if there is no fruit.