Chocolate mousse is decadently delicious, elegant and impressive - yet stunningly easy to make. Chocolate mousse is also the perfect make-ahead dessert for dinner parties.
This is without any doubt the best chocolate mousse recipe I have ever tried. You have to try it to believe it!
This is one of the best chocolate mousses I've ever tried. I personally make the mousse without any alcohol added. Garnish with whipped cream and chocolate shavings for an extra special effect.
A simple chocolate mousse is an elegant way to end a meal. Great for parties, cause you can make the mousse well in advance.
Any toblerone fan will love this! Its so easy to make and everyone who has ever tried it has asked for the recipe. I got a similar recipe from a friend but changed a few bits and I think its much better. You can if you want sprinkle sugar on top when ready to serve and brulee it but I don't bother. You can use any kind of berry but I mix strawberries and raspberries. I also sometimes add some crushed merangue to the fruit. Hope you enjoy!!
A simple, back to basics chocolate mousse recipe.
A creamy chocolate mousse flavoured with Irish cream. I really didn't know I could make something so good! I have also substituted dry gin for the Irish cream with delicious results.
This is an easy to make treat with minimal cooking I make with my daughters (age 3 and 16 months). The youngest likes cleaning out the bowls and whisks.
This is one of those recipes that people either love or hate. It is irresistible if you are addicted to Toblerone or like a sweet mousse and is the ultimate test of weather you have a sweet tooth
A creamy and decadently rich chocolate mousse, decorated with whipped cream and cashew nuts. This is perfect for Easter or for a dinner party any time of year, as it is made ahead and chilled overnight.
An elegant and delicious dessert. This mousse is incredibly rich and chocolaty. Serve in small portions with whipped cream and fresh berries, if desired.
A deliciously light and chocolately mousse, which is quick and easy to make. Serve in one large bowl or six individual bowls. Garnish with chocolate curls, if desired.
This cake will knock the socks off any chocoholic. A two layered chocolate cake is filled and smothered with a rich, chocolate mousse. Perfect for birthday parties.
On special occasions I make white and dark chocolate mousse. I love both versions. For a very special occasion, you can make both and then layer the mousse in clear dessert glasses for a very impressive presentation!
A delicious chocolate mousse with a surprise of crushed caramelised biscuits at the bottom of each glass. You can find Lotus Caramalised Biscuits at any large supermarket; amaretti biscuits could also work well. I serve this mousse in individual glasses with Cointreau and whipped cream.
Three words describe this dessert - rich, creamy and decadent. You can make this super-easy mousse in one serving bowl or in very small portions. Garnish with fresh raspberries and chocolate curls, if desired.
This is a delicious no-bake cake, that is a must for all chocolate lovers. A rich chocolate mousse is surrounded by rum-soaked lady fingers and whipped cream. NOTE: This recipe contains raw eggs.
I love making this and then seeing the kids with chocolate all over their faces.
I suppose you could call this a mousse but it doesn't contain eggs so I think it's more of thick cream. This recipe is for two different flavours. Spoon layers of each cream into glasses and serve with nuts, berries, toffee sauce or chocolate biscuit crumbs - whatever you like!
A luscious white chocolate mousse that is great to serve with fresh fruit, a berry coulis, or on its own. This is a fab dinner party dessert, as you can make it well in advance. Or, for a large crowd - why not make this, as well as a chocolate mousse, then serve smaller portions of each? You could easily serve 12 this way!
A combination of different recipe ideas that gives a very rich and creamy Chocolate mousse that will impress no end!