Yoghurt Mousse  With Passion Fruit Coulis

Why not ride on the wave of the goats’ milk dairy trend with this tempting goats’ yogurt recipe from leading UK goats’ milk producer Delamere Dairy.

Here, they kindly share their delicious, goats’ yogurt inspired recipe of yoghurt mousse with passion fruit coulis. All the yummy feels!

Yoghurt Mousse With Passion Fruit Coulis


Yoghurt Mousse With Passion Fruit Coulis

(serves 4)


  • 4 small dishes (i.e. soufflé or crème caramel dishes)
  • 150g Delamere Dairy’s plain goats’ yogurt
  • 100ml lightly whipped cream
  • 30g caster sugar
  • 2 leaves gelatine


Passion Fruit Coulis

  • Juice of 3 passion fruits
  • 50g sugar
  • Juice of 1 orange
  • 1 passion fruit scraped for decoration.



  1. Dissolve the gelatine in cold water until soft and warm gently in a pan until totally dissolved. Add sugar.
  2. Beat in the yoghurt.
  3. Gently fold in the lightly whipped cream until smooth and place into dishes.
  4. Chill for 2 hours and serve or gently warm the outside of the dishes in hot water and turn out onto a plate.


Passion Fruit Coulis

  1. Boil the juice of the three passion fruits, orange juice and sugar for approximately 3-4 minutes. Pass through a fine sieve and allow to cool.
  2. Add the seeds from the remaining passion fruit.


To Serve

Decorate the mousse with the coulis.



Goats’ milk: Key facts

  • Goats’ milk has immune boosting properties, perfect for warding off coughs and colds. That’s because goats’ milk contains lots of selenium (significantly more than cows’ milk) to boost our immune systems which often take a hammering over the winter. The zinc in goats’ milk is also more readily absorbed into the body than from cows’ milk too
  • A glass of goats’ milk contains more prebiotic compounds (which encourage the growth and activity of ‘friendly’ bacteria in the digestive system, supporting normal gut health and function) and fewer allergenic proteins than cows’ milk, which could help alleviate symptoms of eczema, asthma, bloating, constipation, digestive discomfort and catarrh
  • Goats’ milk contains approximately 20% less cholesterol than cows’ milk and the cholesterol it does contain is more readily available for absorption by the body
  • Nutrient-rich goats’ milk, cheeses, yogurts and butters are a good source of essential vitamins and minerals and contain plenty of calcium for strong bones and teeth
  • Unlike cows’ milk, goats’ milk is non-mucus forming so if you suffer from hay fever, try cutting out cows’ milk and substituting it with goats’ milk to see if it eases your symptoms


Delamere Dairy’s range of super tasty, immune boosting, delicious goats’ milk, cheeses, yoghurts and butters are available in major supermarkets including Ocado, select independent and specialist food stores.


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