chocolate and bergamot mousses

Week (21) of making and eating sweet fridge and freezer treats!

Cake news and fun

Another week of hard work making sweet stuff!  And possibly some confused readers who are wondering what’s up with the swing from easy no-bake, no-churn, sugar-free, gluten-free and dairy-free healthy berry nice banana ice-cream pie to the more complex chocolate and bergamot charlotte russe with real cream!  But you’ve probably realised there are both healthy and ‘almost-healthy’ treats on this blog, as there is in my diet. 🙂week 21

For people who prefer fast and easy treats, you can make just the amazing bergamot or chocolate mousses from the charlotte.  And if you’re hot, a daily (or twice daily) slice of the ice-cream pie actually energises you and makes you feel good!  I have it with a little of my new upcoming black sesame and vanilla ice-creamDSCF2765Of course while I’m standing there happily digging desserts out of the freezer, I can’t help but see yummy stuff in the fridge section:  the super delicious, addictive little balls of condensed milk and coconut, lovely Brazilian Beijinhos de coco.  I put a few bits and pieces in them but the traditional recipe’s at Diana’s Little bits of nice (thank you Diana!) and I’ll be posting about them this week.  Luckily a few healthy Lime Lamingtons and bliss balls just happen to be sitting next to these yummy Beijinhos, otherwise they’d have all ‘been disappeared’ by now!Yup, can’t complain.  I do enjoy my little visits to the fridge, with a lovely selection of frozen or refrigerated treats handy.  All stuff that actually stays in peak yummy condition!  Contented sigh… 🙂

Hoping you have a lovely selection of treats on hand too sweet reader!  I bid you farewell (I’m off to the fridge) and I wish you a lovely week ahead!  Take it easy and have loads of treats!  Happy baking or no-baking! 🙂 x

P.S.  I’ll be posting about the informal mini July soufflé challenge this week.  You can check out the Soufflé Pinterest board if you’d like to start looking at recipes for inspiration!



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Baking on Sundays with my French mum was a lovely part of my childhood. Later I experimented with baking books or internet recipes and did the pâtisserie course at Le Cordon Bleu Paris. Still trying out new recipes and inventing cakes with influences from all around the world, including some healthier ones. Yes, love cakes!!! Hope you'll love them too and have fun baking. :)

6 thoughts on “Week (21) of making and eating sweet fridge and freezer treats!”

  1. Lili, you are absolutely killing me! You said you would share and I am holding you to it. Ill be there as soon as I can hop a plane from North Dakota,USA to where ever your at and I am gonna be hungry.😃 Julie

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    • Lol! That’s hilarious… Julie, my fridge and freezer doors are open for you!! 🙂 Loads still in there… so see you soon! 🙂 Lili


    • Ms K!!! 🙂 S’alright actually … totally appropriate to the whole ‘naughty but nice’ thing here. So.. er.. thanks..!! 🙂

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  2. Ally B. Jones says:

    Have I proposed you adopt me yet! If not feel free to adopt me so that I can help/eat the treats you make.

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    • Lol. Sure thing Ally! Send me the papers to sign and thank you for volunteering! 🙂


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