Cooking

1 . Stage

Peel the apples for the mousse and cut into small pieces. Pour water, add sugar, lime juice and put on the stove, add apple peels and cook until the apples are soft.

1. Stage. Peel the apples for the mousse and cut into small pieces. Pour water, add sugar, lime juice and put on the stove, add apple peels and cook until the apples are soft.

2 . Stage

Take out the skin, we do not need it anymore. We drain the water in which the apples were boiled (but do not pour it out, it will come in handy), and purée the apples (you can use a blender, or rub it through a sieve).

1. Stage. Take out the skin, we do not need it anymore. We drain the water in which the apples were boiled (but do not pour it out, it will come in handy), and purée the apples (you can use a blender, or rub it through a sieve).

3 . Stage

Pour the water in which the apples were boiled back into the saucepan, add the apple puree and the other half of the sugar and bring to a boil. As soon as it boils, gradually pour semolina and cook constantly stirring until the grits are boiled (about 10-15 minutes).

1. Stage. Pour the water in which the apples were boiled back into the saucepan, add the apple puree and the other half of the sugar and bring to a boil. As soon as it boils, gradually pour semolina and cook constantly stirring until the grits are boiled (about 10-15 minutes).

4 . Stage

We pour the ready mixture into the bowl in which we are going to whip it, put it in cold water and without waiting for the mixture to cool down, start whipping until it doubles in volume. It is very important to start beating the hot mixture, as the mousse is lighter and more airy than when beating the already cooled mixture.

1. Stage. We pour the ready mixture into the bowl in which we are going to whip it, put it in cold water and without waiting for the mixture to cool down, start whipping until it doubles in volume. It is very important to start beating the hot mixture, as the mousse is lighter and more airy than when beating the already cooled mixture.

5 . Stage

Place the mousse in the refrigerator to cool, with cling film on top, so that it does not absorb foreign odors.

1. Stage. Place the mousse in the refrigerator to cool, with cling film on top, so that it does not absorb foreign odors.

6 . Stage

Let's make caramel: in a pan pour sugar, pour martini and lime juice and cook over medium heat until the caramel begins to turn light brown, then add butter.

1. Stage. Let's make caramel: in a pan pour sugar, pour martini and lime juice and cook over medium heat until the caramel begins to turn light brown, then add butter.

7 . Stage

When the butter is completely dissolved, cook for another 2 minutes and add the apples chopped into small cubes. It is better to take sour, hard apples (I have Granny).

1. Stage. When the butter is completely dissolved, cook for another 2 minutes and add the apples chopped into small cubes. It is better to take sour, hard apples (I have Granny).

8 . Stage

Caramelize them, until a nice caramel color, this will take about 10 minutes.

1. Stage. Caramelize them, until a nice caramel color, this will take about 10 minutes.

9 . Stage

We assemble our "Apple Fancy": we put caramelized apples on the bottom of the glass, and apple mousse on top, our dessert is ready, you can serve...

1. Stage. We assemble our

10 . Stage

The mousse is very airy, moderately sweet (the amount of sugar depends on your taste and of course the sweetness of the apples) and the consistency resembles an airy foam. You can decorate the dessert to your liking.

1. Stage. The mousse is very airy, moderately sweet (the amount of sugar depends on your taste and of course the sweetness of the apples) and the consistency resembles an airy foam. You can decorate the dessert to your liking.

11 . Stage

With the leftover mousse, you can make a great dessert for the baby by topping the mousse with fresh apples or strawberries. My daughter just loves this mousse, she's ready to eat it all day long!

1. Stage. With the leftover mousse, you can make a great dessert for the baby by topping the mousse with fresh apples or strawberries. My daughter just loves this mousse, she's ready to eat it all day long!