FoodSummer delight: No-bake light fruit mousse cake recipe

Summer delight: No‑bake light fruit mousse cake recipe

Light foam cake
Light foam cake
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12:44 PM EDT, July 9, 2024

My ideal summer dessert must be light and fruity. No wonder this cake has permanently entered my repertoire. It looks fabulous and tastes even better. Taken straight from the fridge, it's the best recipe for a summer afternoon treat.

I don't know what the tastiest part of this cake is—the crunchy base of chocolate and cornflakes, the creamy cheese filling with a mousse-like consistency, or the jelly with embedded fruits. All of this makes the cake just perfect. It's an indispensable dessert for summer parties or pleasant afternoon snacks.

Light fruit mousse cake

When bushes in the garden are heavy with fruits, and the stalls are colored with blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries, it's worth taking advantage of the season's bounty. The flavors of summer are fresh fruits and vegetables. A light, fluffy cake with fruit is simply the ideal dessert.

A pleasantly crunchy base, delicate cheese-fruit filling, jelly, and fruits work together harmoniously here. Additionally, I prepare the whole thing without using an oven.



  • 5 oz corn flakes
  • 7 oz chocolate cream

Cheese Filling:

  • 11 oz of 30% cream
  • 21 oz cheesecake quark
  • 5 tablespoons powdered sugar
  • 1 cup raspberries
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 raspberry jelly packet
  • 3.4 oz hot water
  • 1 clear jelly packet
  • 3.4 oz hot water


  • 2 clear jelly packets
  • 24 oz hot water
  • Fruits: raspberries, blueberries


Step 1. Grind the cornflakes in a food processor until they are smaller pieces. Add the chocolate cream. Transfer the resulting mixture to a baking tin lined with parchment paper. Press down with a spoon to create a compact base.

Pie crust
Pie crust© Deliciousness
Raspberries with jelly
Raspberries with jelly© Delicacies

Step 2. Dissolve the clear jelly in 3.4 oz of hot water and set aside to cool.

Step 3. Put the raspberries in a saucepan, add half a cup of water, and heat while mashing the raspberries. Blend the mixture, add the raspberry jelly, and mix thoroughly. Set aside to cool.

First layer
First layer© Delicacies

Step 4. Whip the cooled cream together with the powdered sugar. Gradually add the cheesecake quark to the whipped cream, mixing continuously. Divide the resulting mixture into two parts. Add the cooled raspberries to one part and the thickening clear jelly to the other. Pour the pink mixture onto the base and place in the fridge until it sets.

Step 5. Spread the cream mixture with clear jelly onto the set raspberry layer. Arrange fresh fruits on top and place in the fridge to set.

Light cake
Light cake© Delicious

Step 6. Dissolve two transparent jellies in 24 oz of boiling water. When it thickens, pour it over the cake—place it in the fridge for about 6 hours, preferably overnight. Enjoy!

Light foam cake with seasonal fruits
Light foam cake with seasonal fruits© Delicacies
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