Eggless Chocolate Mousse.


This mousse is super easy with no fuss of using egg whites .Just 3 ingredients & the mousse is ready,folded in some whipped cream & some fresh cream & this yummy goodness was ready in jiffy .I served this as dessert on my birthday...Everyone just loved it specially the chocoholics..


Ingredients:
dark chocolate compound 150 gms
heavy whipped cream 1.5 cup
fresh cream 1/2 cup
chocolate shavings as needed for garnish
chocolate wafer rolls.

Method:
Melt the chocolate over the double boiler.
Pour some chocolate in the glass & turn the glass to form swirls.
Beat the fresh cream till soft peaks are formed.
Fold the melted chocolate gently  in whipped cream & fresh cream till it combines.
Fill the mousse in the prepared glass
Decorate with chocolate shavings & chocolate wafer rolls.
Refrigerate  for 2-3 hours & serve cold.


Note:
I have used dark chocolate since I prefer it over milk,Feel free to use milk chocolate if you wish to.
I had whipped cream using 1.5 tbsp icing sugar hence I have not added any sugar to the mousse.
If you want the mousse to be more sweet you could add powdered sugar to the cream & then fold it with the chocolate.
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linking this to Haffa's & Monu's event :Wedding Anniversary Cakes & Sweets
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18 comments:

  1. That's a beautiful way to decorate the glasses for the mousse! Great idea and very delicious chocolate mousse :)

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  2. Hi Gloria..
    You have such a lovely boutique of recipes..Especially Dessert..
    Happy to follow you..

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  3. looks really yummy...tempting pics too

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  4. Fantastic mousse........ Wonderful clicks!!

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  5. Its not only super easy but super good and super inviting.

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  6. Mousse looks very delightful dear :)

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  7. Eggless mousse is so difficult to make. Yours looks so amazing and fluffy :-)

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  8. I love the way your drizzled the chocolate in the glass before adding the mousse. This looks SO good! One of those treats that would be hard to stop eating.

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  9. yummy mousse.....................................

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  10. Yummmy! I just made Mango mousse recently almost the same way. It was a hit. Visit my space whenever.

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  11. Give me that glass dear! Lovely recipe! Thanx for linking this recipe to my ongoing event- Wedding Anniversary Cakes & Sweets

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  12. Hi....wanted to know which brand of dark compound do you use. Thanx.

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  13. Hi...pl let me know which brand of dark chocolate you use. Thanks

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    1. 2m Cocoa dark compound or Vanleer....I used Selbourne for this recipe ..now its not available...

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