This Goat Cheese Mousse with Roasted Blueberries is a simple, light and elegant dessert that's perfect for summer. Only 4 ingredients!

Hello from Germany! I prepared and photographed this easy summer dessert just before leaving the United States for our summer vacation. We’ve been having an amazing time abroad. Germany is absolutely gorgeous and I feel so lucky to be visiting (and staying with very generous friends).  

This Goat Cheese Mousse with Roasted Blueberries is a simple, light and elegant dessert that's perfect for summer. Only 4 ingredients!

I assumed I would use this post to share photos and stories from abroad, but honestly I’m kind of exhausted. It has been non-stop adventure since we arrived and today is our first chance to rest. We’ve been leaving at 8am and often not returning to the flat until 10-11pm. But I wouldn’t have it any other way. I am enamored with the historic villages, cobblestone streets and old castles. More castles than I could have ever imagined. Each town is more beautiful than the next. Tomorrow we’re hopping on a train to Berlin. After that we’ll be headed to Prague.

This Goat Cheese Mousse with Roasted Blueberries is a simple, light and elegant dessert that's perfect for summer. Only 4 ingredients!

I will return home in a couple weeks but for now I leave you with a simple summer dessert. With only 4 ingredients, this goat cheese mousse is surprisingly light and delicate. Feel free to swap out the blueberries with your favorite summer fruit.

This Goat Cheese Mousse with Roasted Blueberries is a simple, light and elegant dessert that's perfect for summer. Only 4 ingredients!

Goat Cheese Mousse with Roasted Blueberries
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Serves: 6-8 servings
  • 1½ cups heavy cream, cold
  • ¼ cup granulated sugar
  • 5 ounces goat cheese, room temperature
  • 2-3 cups blueberries
  1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F and line a baking sheet with aluminum foil. Place the goat cheese in a large bowl and set aside.
  2. In a large stand mixer with the whisk attachment, beat the heavy cream and sugar to a stiff peak (this can also be done by hand.)
  3. Spoon half of the whipped cream into the bowl with the goat cheese and vigorously whisk until smooth. Add the remaining whipped cream and gently fold to combine. Cover and chill in the refrigerator.
  4. Place the blueberries on the prepared baking sheet and roast in 4 minute intervals, shaking the pan at each interval to ensure that the berries roast evenly. They should be nice and roasted after 12-16 minutes.
  5. Spoon the mousse into small bowls and top with the roasted blueberries.
For best results, serve the mousse within 2-3 hours.


  • Michele @ Alwayzbakin

    Love goat cheese! This sounds incredible. Have fun in Germany. Jealous!

  • Erin | The Law Student’s Wife

    Totally blow away by this Jen! So creative and beautiful too!

  • Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today

    Oh my , I totally forgot about tips for you. I’m writing them right now and I’ll send you a message very very soon. I think that your friends are happy to have you as well. What a recipe! See you on Thursday :D

  • Dixya @ Food, Pleasure, and Health

    i am so looking forward to read about your adventures…and this mousse, actually anything with goat cheese is a winner :)

  • Laura (Tutti Dolci)

    So pretty, love the roasted blueberries!

  • Kitchen Belleicious

    i have never thought to roast my blueberries. That is absolutely genius girl. I love the mousse goat cheese. I can just imagine how tangy and rich and sweet it is with the berries. JOB WELL DONE

  • Loretta

    Such dreamy shots! I love those vibrant blueberries and can’t wait to get my freezer stocked…Plus, this mousse sounds so incredible and perfect for a little summer dessert :)

  • Megan {Country Cleaver}

    How beautiful are these – now I know one more thing to add to my list of things to bake with the 8 pounds of blueberries we picked last weekend!! And have FUN in Prague – I’m a very jealous Czech girl right now!

  • Tracy | PeanutButter and Onion

    As soon as I stumbled onto this recipe, I placed it on my to make list this weekend. Looks yummy

  • Ashley

    So glad you’re having a non-stop, action-packed trip! Hope it’s been amazing so far!! This dessert is one of my favorites you’ve posted. Love the idea of goat cheese mousse!!! And it sounds just perfect with the blueberries.

  • renee (will frolic for food)

    goat cheese and blueberries? I’m there. I love how simple this is! No to bust out my frozen blueberries (just picked em a couple of days ago) and make this happen

  • Sini | my blue&white kitchen

    Absolutely in love with this recipe, Jennifer! Goat cheese pairs so wonderfully with berries and turning that into a mousse thing is just wonderful. Glad to hear you’ve had a great vacation and stay in Germany so far. Enjoy the rest of your trip!

  • Helen @ Scrummy Lane

    Isn’t Germany just the best? You are going to love Berlin … it’s one of the most interesting places I’ve ever been …
    I made something very similar to this recently called ‘lemon posset’ (and old English dessert) and put a blueberry compote on top, too. Love these kinds of simple desserts!

  • Jennie+@themessybakerblog

    Germany sounds amazing. And what good friends you have. This mousse is stunning.

  • shelley @ Bacon Egg & Cheese{cake}

    Goat cheese mousse sounds delightful! I’ve never done something dessert-y with goat cheese but I’d love to try. Hope you enjoy your trip!

  • Susi

    I love your Blog!
    Greetings from Germany (are you still here?) , Susi

  • Nazima, franglais kitchen

    love the idea of Goat cheese in a mousse – must lighten up the flavour and that with the berries is a big win for me! Prague is pretty stunning too – have fun!

  • autumn

    A goat cheese mousse is an amazing idea! Smart woman. Glad you’re enjoying your vacay!

  • Cheryl

    These photos really irritate me.

    WHY can’t I get mine to look like them?

    That is all.

  • Colleen (Souffle Bombay)

    THIS = Love!

  • Megan {Country Cleaver}

    Hands down totally gorgeous!!

  • Del’s cooking twist

    Hi Jennifer! I saw this recipe a year ago on your blog and since then, I have been meaning to make it. Finally I did and also published the recipe on my blog (with credits to the original recipe). Seriously, this dessert is heaven. I think I’m in love in blue and white! ;-)