Chocolate mousse. A Freezer Full of Omaha Steaks Means Peace of Mind for Your Family. A traditional chocolate mousse with a hint of orange flavor. This luxurious dairy-free and low-carb mousse is made simply with eggs and chocolate.
The only trick is taking care when combining the ingredients — but the Betty Crocker Test Kitchens have made that part easy. We use bittersweet chocolate for a deep flavor, but you can substitute semisweet chocolate if you prefer. Chocolate lovers will go crazy for this rich, decadent chocolate mousse. You can have Chocolate mousse using 3 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Chocolate mousse
- You need of chocolate.
- You need of cream.
- You need of salt.
In top of a double boiler, combine chocolate chips, coffee, rum and butter. Melt over barely simmering water, stirring constantly. Remove from heat while a couple of chunks are still visible. Watch how to make this recipe.
Chocolate mousse instructions
- Make a ganash with only 1 1/4 cup of the cream.
- Half whip the rest of the cream.
- Put both mixtures in the fridge and wait until ganash is fully set about 30 mins.
- Whip ganash on high about for about 5 min.
- Then add cream in two parts and whip till firm.
- Leave in fridge for about 3 hours and serve how ever you like.
Chocolate mousse has very few ingredients so it's important to use the best quality chocolate — its flavor will shine through. I like semi-sweet chocolate but if you prefer your mousse with a darker chocolate flavor, use bittersweet. Remember, the higher the cacao percentage, the less sweet the chocolate. Stir occasionally until mostly melted, then remove from heat, and stir until smooth. Chocolate Mousse may well be the ultimate chocolate fix!