Decadent Chocolate Mousse Desserts
The addition of air gives mousse its whipped texture and cloud-like resemblance. These chocolate mousse desserts take delicious to a whole new level and can satisfy your chocolate craving without weighing you down.
Rich Chocolate Mousse
A splash of coconut milk adds richness to silken tofu, the mousse's secret ingredient, while whipped egg whites give volume in place of heavy cream. Dates lend natural sweetness with notes of caramel and honey.
Sift some unsweetened cocoa over the top of each mousse in this creamy and decadent low-sugar dessert.
Mocha Chocolate Mousse
This seriously easy and decadent mousse hides a smart secret: reduced-sodium soy sauce. Just 1/2 teaspoon elevates the rich dark chocolate flavor. Add crunch with cookies to contrast the mousse's silky texture. Heating store-bought shortbread in the oven opens up the flavors of the buttery cookies.
This dessert is a hidden source of soy protein due to the addition of tofu. Silken tofu blends smoothly, giving the mousse a luscious texture.
Triple Chocolate Brownie-Mousse Stacks
Allow plenty of time to make fillings, and immediately assemble stacks. You can chill the assembled stacks up to 24 hours ahead of time.
Even our food staff was surprised when they tasted this sinfully delicious dessert. The best part - it contains two ingredients most women want more of: soy and chocolate!
Decadent Chocolate Mousse
Deep, rich, and luxurious, this mousse, inspired by a recipe from Isabel Allende, is a grand finale to a great meal. Use good-quality chocolate for the best flavor.
Molten Chocolate Mousse Cups
Bake this chocolate mousse straight out of the freezer. It couldn't be easier.
Chocolate Tofu Mousse
What's not to like about rich Chocolate Tofu Mousse? Pastry chef Francois Payard whips up a fabulous mousse with soy milk and silken tofu that's just as decadent as the traditional dessert.
Chocolate Mousse in White and Dark Chocolate Shells
Spoon any flavored instant mousse or pudding you desire into the shells, and top with fresh fruit for a simple and stunning dessert.
Chocolate Coupe with Cocoa Nib Mousse
This ultra-chocolaty dessert combines cocoa nib mousse with chocolate cream and chocolate wafer cookies.
Chocolate Mousse has all the taste of a decadent chocolate dessert but with less calories.Top off this mousse with a dollop of whipped cream and chocolate curls.
Raspberries with Chocolate Yogurt Mousse
Flavor Greek-style yogurt with chocolate and raspberries for a low-calorie, great tasting mousse.
Silky Chocolate Mousse with Peanut Butter Crunch
Any chocolate and peanut butter lover will adore this elegant dessert from pastry chef Rachel Lansang-Hidalgo of Manhattan's Aureole. Lansang-Hidalgo tops a rich milk-chocolate mousse with a roasted-peanut cream and addictively crunchy cornflakes mixed with peanut butter, milk chocolate and peanuts.
German Chocolate Mousse
"I felt compelled to make a chocolate dessert option, too. It's a twist on a family favorite, like having German chocolate cake, but in a more decadent, satisfying, and rich form. Reserve some whole pecan halves for a pretty garnish." –SaBrina Bone, Test Kitchen Professional
Chocolate Ricotta Mousse
White Chocolate Mousse
This dessert's custard base will be thick, but whipped topping is folded in to give it the classic airy texture of a mousse. Because this dessert needs time to chill, it is a terrific make-ahead option.
This mocha mousse combines some incredible chocolate and coffee flavors into a light and creamy dessert.
Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Mousse
Indulge in creamy peanut butter and sweet milk chocolate mousse for as elegant as a holiday dessert or as simple as a family weeknight sweet treat.