If you’ve been wondering how to make a delicious and decadent peanut butter mousse with whip cream, look no further. This easy to make Three Ingredient Peanut Butter Mousse recipe is so delicious and just happens to be perfect consistency to use it as a layer for trifles, as a filling for cakes, as a cookie/cracker dip, or even simply served with celery as an easy and quick snack. It’s uses are honestly pretty endless!
If you like the texture of a good mousse (some people spell it moose) and are a fan of peanut butter, you are going to absolutely love this
Easy Peanut Butter Mousse
It’s one of the easiest and most popular recipes that I have created on this site and it is divine!…Not to toot my own horn by any means, it just turned out better than I had expected it to in the recipe development process.
When I say it’s easier to make than you may think…it really is and the best part is that it takes a mere two or three minutes to throw together and only calls for three ingredients that you probably already happen to have on hand…at least if you do any baking on a regular basis.
As with any great recipe, I had to start somewhere. So, I based this recipe off of this awesome Vegan one by Dana over at minimalistbaker.com, so if you want the crunchy/clean eating version of this, make sure to head on over to her site and use her recipe instead.
My recipe is just a very unhealthy version of hers and it also is a large enough batch to use the whole tub of whipped topping because I don’t like to waste anything if I can help it.
I actually had no intention of turning this recipe into a post of its own. I was developing a Moose Tracks Trifle recipe and this peanut butter mousse I made for two of the layers turned out so tasty that I knew I just had to share it on its own too.
Anyway, I apologize if the photography is not the greatest…I just couldn’t justify hiring someone to take pics of a three ingredient recipe that take a couple of minutes to make…so you get to deal with my mediocre photography and staging skills.
How to make Peanut Butter Mousse:
Let’s just dive right into learning how to make it. I recently made a little video tutorial but just below it are the still pictures of the process too.
Like I said, it’s just three easy ingredients and you may very well already have them on hand.
You literally just plop the ingredients into a large mixing bowl…(the bowl I used is four quarts)
Then mix until well incorporated… it’s so easy even a second-grader could make this mousse.
How to make whipped Peanut Butter without heavy cream:
- 1 (16 oz) Tub Whipped Topping (thawed)
- 1 C Peanut Butter
- ½ C Powdered Sugar
- Scoop all ingredients into a medium to large bowl.
- Stir until well mixed and smooth.
- Cover and refrigerate. Mix well before serving.
If serving as a dip, it can easily be staged by putting it in a piping bag and squirting it into individual containers and garnish with Nutter Butters.
This recipe makes two layers if used in a standard trifle dish.
Amount Per Serving Calories 147Total Fat 11gSaturated Fat 2gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 7gCholesterol 0mgSodium 102mgCarbohydrates 10gFiber 1gSugar 6gProtein 5g
These caloric amounts are automatically estimated by a plugin on my site.
Easy peasy and this recipe will probably end up being your go-to recipe any time that you want to make a Peanut Butter Mousse in the future… it’s that good!
I could literally sit down and eat it straight, because there is no better way to eat Peanut Butter and whip cream… but it is best to eat it sparingly…otherwise your tastebuds are going to love me but your butt and thighs are going to be sending me hate mail very soon and we can’t have that, can we?
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*Updates: Please note that this recipe was originally published/shared on this website on August 17, 2017. It was in great need of a refresh, an updated free printable recipe card, and better photography, so it has been updated periodically since then.*