Strawberry Mousse Sugar Cookie Cups

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So I made mousse twice in one week.

That’s kind of weird because I don’t ever make mousse.

Strange things are happening.

 

These little cookie cups are kind of perfect.  I am usually not a fruit in dessert person.

Fruit, on its own…totally fine.

But fruit isn’t dessert to me.  It’s health food.  I’m not one of those people who can convince myself that an apple is just as good as a slice of cake.

Seriously now.

So yeah, not only did I make mousse TWICE.  I put fruit in my mousse.

Fruit in my mousse.  Snort.

Check your pulse folks.  Has the world ended?  Is it opposite day?  What is HAPPENING to me?

 

But trust me on this.  I love you guys.  I’d catch a grenade for ya and all that.  This is most definitely not a fruit-dessert fail.

Although there are strawberries in that-there cookie cup, it’s still hard core.

I mean, about as hard core as a strawberry can be.

I’d throw my hand on a blade for ya.

 

Believe.

This is a total cheat cookie too.  Buy sugar cookie in a tube.  It’s ok, do it.

 

First make your mousse.  It’s the same recipe that I used HERE.  It’s totally versatile.

Chop up some strawberries.

Fold those sweeties in and see how happy it makes them.

Bake your cookies in a mini muffin tin…

…then add some white chocolate in there to get all melty.

Fill the cookie cups with the strawberry mousse and eat on!

Prepare to be shocked at how hard you are gonna love those strawberries.


Strawberry Mousse Sugar Cookie Cups
 
makes approx 30 cookie cups
Ingredients
  • 4 oz cream cheese, room temp
  • 1 cup Cool Whip, thawed
  • 1 cup powdered sugar
  • ⅔ cup chopped strawberries, plus more for garnish *optional
  • ⅓ cup white chocolate chips
  • 1 (16.5 oz) tube sugar cookie dough
Instructions
  1. With your electric mixer beat the cream cheese and powdered sugar together until smooth, about 30 seconds. Carefully stir in your Cool Whip. When combined fold in your chopped strawberries.
  2. Place bowl in refrigerator to chill for 2 hours.
  3. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 350 ° and spray mini muffin pan with cooking spray. Place 1½ teaspoons of cookie dough into each muffin tin.
  4. Bake for 8 minutes until they are just starting to golden.
  5. Remove from oven and immediately sprinkle 4-5 white chocolate chips in each cup. The heat from the cookies will melt them. As soon as the chips are soft spread carefully in the bottom of the cookie cup.
  6. Release the cookies from the muffin tin by loosening with a knife. Let cool on a wire rack until ready to fill.
  7. When ready to fill the cups, use either a spoon or a piping bag (or ziplock) and fill each with about one teaspoon of mousse.
  8. Garnish with a strawberry slice, if desired.
Notes
Store in refrigerator after assembled or until ready to eat.
Recipe adapted from Joy's Hope

 

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Aimee @ ShugarySweets
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Mmmm, delicious! I’ll take a dozen or so please. K, thanks.

Jen of My Tiny Oven
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These look nummy! Must go buy some strawberries ASAO!

Paula
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Love strawberries! This will be a hit with my family!

Elizabeth
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The mousse looks divine!

Alexa
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Amazing! I love these cute little bites of strawberry sugar cookie deliciousness!

Lindsey
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Oh goodness those look delicious 🙂

Victoria
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I want these so much! But I have a tiny tiny problem. I can’t buy strawberries! Honestly I’ve given up! No matter how much I think I check the little cartons there is always one hidden with mold on it. So I have to toss most of the carton because they all seem to be touching the plagued one! Grrr!!!!! So want these…..could I do it with grapes? I good at buying grapes

Ashley @ Kitchen Meets Girl
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These look so petite and pretty. Love them!

Cookbook Queen
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Now THIS is health food I can get behind!!!!

Joanne
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It took me WAY too long to get that Top 40 pop song reference given how much Z100 and 92.3 I listen to, WAY too long.

Maybe it IS opposite day,.

Well, I do really love fruit in desserts so I’m guessing I would kind of adore this. Especially since I also really love sugar cookies. And mousse. And you. I’d jump in front of a train for ya.

Jen @ Jen
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LOL! I’ve heard that song so many times, I’m starting to wonder when the guy is going to get it. He keeps stepping in front of grenades for her, and she is NEVER going to do the same!

Averie @ Averie Cooks
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So perfect! I love how light and cheery this is for spring and easy…Cool whip, cream cheese, tube of cookie dough. SMART!!!!

Karen @ Sugartown Sweets
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That song cracks me up! ..but so did your post! I’m thinking a lot about strawberries these days, and these look delicious. 🙂

Lauren at Keep It Sweet
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Just so cute!

Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar
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These need to be in my belly. Awesome.

Elizabeth
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Silly question, but neither your instruction nor photos indicate that the dough needs to be pressed against the sides of the muffin tin. Does it not need to be done in this recipe? Can’t wait to make this! Thanks for sharing!

Katrina @ In Katrina
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I make cookie cups more often than I care to admit. This filling looks awesome!

bridget {bake at 350}
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YOU crack me up….EVERY time!!!

These are totally health food. I think I’ll eat 12. Sounds about right.

Maria
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LOVE these! Super duper cute!

Renee V.
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NICE, I like this idea. Now I’d like to make little dark chocolate cookie cups w a raspberry mousse! Thank you for the inspiration

Sue @ Cakeballs, cookies and more
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I am exactly the same way, fruit in desert just seems weird, but you know I am trying new things, so you never know.

Erin @ Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts
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I am not a fruit in dessert person either. But for some reason strawberries are the exception. Strawberry shortcake? Maybe because they are always mixed with tons of sugar 🙂
These little cups look so cute, and sound divine!

Cookie Sleuth
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Perfect for a spring brunch. 🙂

Jen @ Jen
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I’m the same way with cinnamon. I’m not into cinnamon desserts. I mean, really… who chooses cinnamon and nutmeg over chocolate and cream? It’s probably the same people that put raisins in their oatmeal cookies. Ugh. I’m good with fruit desserts, though, and this one looks delicious! And I’m all addicted to lemon right now, so I might even add lemon juice to this mousse! YUM!

Kendra
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These look so delicious and I’m not really a fruit in my dessert as well but I’d sacrifice for these.

Tamara @jemofthesouth
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Sugar cookie cups and strawberry mousse = Awesome!

SWeetsugarbelle
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Since they’re healthy I can eat a lot!!! Those little cups are pretty cute. I need to make them soon!

Elyse Angel
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So… I attempted to make these last night. I think I put too much cookie dough in the pans because they did not come out as I expected. I’ve never made cookie cups before, but I definitely need to rework. I must say the mousse is DELICIOUS!! I made everything like you said, but instead of piping the mousse on, I decided to just crumble the made cookies and make a trifle-like dessert with a layer of cookie on the bottom, then mousse, more cookie, and more mousse followed by chopped strawberries on top. It was actually very good like… Read more »
Tara @ secretsofamomaholic.com
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They look like such a cute, little, yummy bite- and i’m not much of a fruity dessert person myself!

I have to tell you- I have been dreaming of myself making your Spring push-up pops! I’m not a baker but my kids (especially my 4 yr old daughter) will LOVE these.

I’ve been emailing the link to them hoping someone else will be brave enough to make them for my kids for Easter!!!

Laurie
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What’s the oven temp for baking the cookies??

JenMarie
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I love sugar cookies! I really love that you have a whole large hunk of sugar cookie. Add in some creamy strawberry goodness and I’m all over this.!

Yes and please.

Kristin
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Shelly, how far in advance can the mousse be made? I am trying to “spread the work” for Easter and am hoping I could make the mousse on Saturday (as well as the cookie cups) and just store them separately in airtight containers (the mousse in the refrig of course) and then assemble on Sunday – possible??

Erin
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I’ve wanted to make strawberry mousse for quite some time, but serving it in a sugar cookie cup is great!

Beth
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So I attempted the recipe and they tasted delicious, but the mousse seemed runny. How do you keep the mousse thick do they present well?

Janine (sugarkissed.net)
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What a brilliant idea! Does the cookie end up crunchy or still a little soft?

Carol
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These are ingenious, I was skeptical about the cookies filling the cups, they came out perfectly and have the chips melting as I type. Can’t wait to share with the neighborhood at the Fourth of July party!

Simar
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Would it be ok if I just used a normal muffin tin? i don’t have a tiny one 🙁

Renee
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hi i had some at a tea party just yesterday and was determined to find a site that made these. i have a few questions…at what stage do you form the cookie dough into to cup? and also they have pineapple, strawberry, and raspberry cream cheese can any of these be used and or the vanilla whip cream??? or does this take away from the taste??? what if i mixed in pineapples and strawberries together?? would that be a good combo??? oooh or even peaches and if so can i use them out the can?? Please help ;0)

Elise
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First and foremost, these are delectable. The flavor is wonderful. We are thoroughly enjoying eating them. For those who might try making them, be careful how much dough you put in the cups. I think I might have put too much because they did not come out easily, even after being cooled appropriately and sprayed with plenty of cooking spray beforehand. We’re eating most of them crumbled into a bowl with the topping added. Still wonderful, but I wish most of the cups hadn’t broken apart so much. Also, my mousse seems runnier than I’d like (though delicious). Make sure… Read more »
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