A traditional chocolate mousse with a hint of orange flavour. This luxurious dairy free mousse is made with simply eggs and chocolate. Omit the orange zest for a plain chocolate mousse.
I followed the recipe and even watched the video to make sure I did it properly. I only put two tbsp of coffee into my mousse and it was very strong, next time I will only put one. Can't taste the orange but it's properly coz the coffee is so over powering. Will definitely make again. - 14 Feb 2014
Hi There, this has not worked for me so I have a couple of questions. I tasted some of this mouse from the bowl and it tasted quite bitter! in fact I had a coffee granule (undissolved) in the mixture. So -a) granules or powder. b) Do you mix the coffee with water and take two/three table spoons of liquid coffee? I only had coffee granules and these did not dissolve into the melted chocolate so I am guessing that it is coffee (made with water) and then two/three tablespoons of the "made" coffee into the melting chocolate, my mixture was quite grainy. I feel that I have just wasted some good ingredients! Sorry, I cannot rate this at the moment, can only give one star as it will not let me post without a star rating! Hi There, just spotted the video - dohhh. I should have used "made" coffee. Will score once I have re - made this mouse. Merry Christmas - 22 Dec 2015
Loved this recipe, which was simply a classic mousse with a lovely orange flavour that wasn't too overpowering, nor artificial in any way. Guests loved it! I served in small glasses with some candied orange peel on top. Divine! - 23 Nov 2015