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A simple recipe for easy raspberry compote that makes the perfect topping for frozen yogurt, oatmeal, pancakes, and waffles. *This blog post is sponsored by So Delicious. All opinions are my own.
I’m seriously blown away by the new frozen dessert mousse from So Delicious. I couldn’t wait to share this new dairy-free deliciousness with you. This new product release comes in 7 mouthwatering flavors; salted caramel swirl, cranberry cherry swirl, strawberry swirl, peanut butter swirl, chocolate chip, lemon mango swirl, and lemon swirl. I’m a sucker for lemon desserts, so it was my top pick for this recipe creation. You’d never know it’s dairy-free! Here are just a few of the tasty flavor offerings.
I created a super simple compote recipe to complement the dairy-free lemon mousse. I love the versatility of fruit compotes. It’s a delicious topping for ice cream or yogurt and incredible poured over your favorite pancake or waffle recipe in place of syrup.
I’m currently loving this light and creamy dairy-free frozen mousse. It’s soft and scoopable right out of the freezer. No waiting for it to soften up, which is great when you’re really ready to dive in. 🙂
Homemade Compote Is Easy To Make
The lemon swirl is filled with decadent layers of lemon curd. So divine. I couldn’t think of a better compliment to this flavor than an easy batch of homemade raspberry compote. You can make this recipe in advance or serve it warm on top of a heaping scoop of frozen mousse (my preference). Either way, it’s amazing and full of good micronutrients. Did you know that raspberries are a good source of dietary fiber?!
Use Frozen Fruit If Berries Are Out Of Season
I used frozen organic raspberries in this recipe. It keeps things simple, makes a nice sauce with the added moisture and you can get them year-round.
The mixture will continue to thicken as it cools.
I can think of so many ways to use this compote, it definitely won’t last long in this house.
If you love fruit compotes, like me, you should check out my favorite blueberry compote recipe. It’s the best topping for Belgian protein waffles, buttermilk waffles, or my wild blueberry matcha protein pancakes!!
This Dairy-Free Lemon Mousse with Easy Raspberry Compote is a guilt-free treat that tastes like a decadent splurge. Which flavor would you try first? At only 330 or fewer calories for the entire pint, what are you waiting for?! 😉
Want a bite?!
Tag me on Instagram @ameecooks if you give it a try or come up with your own amazing creation! I’d love to know what you think!
Easy Raspberry Compote
- 2 1/2 cups frozen raspberries (112 grams)
- 1/4 cup coconut sugar
- 1 tbsp lemon juice
- In a medium sauce pan, combine raspberries, coconut sugar and lemon juice
- Bring to a boil and boil for 5 minutes, stirring frequently
- Lower heat to low and simmer for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally to prevent sticking
- Cool and serve. It will thicken as it cools