Afraid of a mousse? Exterminate your fear with this easy chocolate mousse recipe.
Just takes a few simple but fattening ingredients to make.
The calorie count may scare you. But the taste will ensnare you.
Gather your cocoa, butter, eggs, whipping cream and sugar.
Then cook up a simple, homemade, light and airy treat.
It's a fabulous French dessert that you can make at home. Make it ahead and turn heads. Your chocolate cloud will impress your crowd!
There's a short how-to-video just in case.
You will need a candy thermometer for this recipe. Nothing fancy. Just a basic one.
It'll come in handy for other recipes.
1 1/3 cups (145g) of your favorite natural cocoa
2/3 cup plus 1 tablespoon (139g) of sugar, divided usage
4 egg yolks
5 egg whites
1 cup (230g) butter
4 ounces (118ml) of whipping cream
Place butter in a large bowl. Melt the butter in the microwave.
Add 2/3 cup (127g) of sugar and cocoa, stir. Bring whipping cream to a boil then add to chocolate mixture.
Add egg yolks, stir briskly till mixed well.
Whip egg whites and 1 tablespoon (12g) of sugar, in a medium bowl, till stiff peaks form.
Use thermometer to make sure chocolate mixture is around 110°F (44°C). Then add about half of the egg whites to the chocolate.
Mix gently. Then add the rest of the egg whites and fold in gently.
Pour into serving dishes and refrigerate for several hours. Can be made the day before.
For an elegant touch use stemware as a serving dish.
Top your easy chocolate mousse with shaved chocolate, cocoa nibs or whatever you desire.
Or leave it plain, it's rich enough for most chocoholics as is.
Here's a quick video to help guide you through this recipe. Sometimes pictures are more helpful than words!
You probably won't need it. But just in case...
stir often by Speck is licensed under a Attribution.
Don't fear this dessert because it's French. It really is an easy chocolate mousse recipe.
You don't need a lot of skill, just a little time. Try this decadent
homemade dessert brimming with cocoa. Prepare to be delighted with your
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