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smooth chocolate mousse for two


A lovely chocolate treat for valentines day, indulgent yet affordable.

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  • 500g chocolate i use dairy milk mixed with Asda smartprice chocolate. Can be done with a mix of terrys chocolate orange instead for an orange twist but not with galaxy or cooking chocolate i found these didn't taste very good.
  • a large pot of double cream.
  • a dash of milk.


servings 4
Level of difficulty Easy
Preparation time 5mins
Cooking time 10mins
Cost Budget Friendly


Step 1

Break up for chocolate into a plastic bowl, smallest pieces you can.

Step 2

Melt this chocolate over a pan of hot water on the cooker.

Step 3

Once melted take chocolate off the hot water, give a few seconds to cool slightly.

Step 4

Add all the cream and whisk straight away.

Step 5

Add a dash of milk into the cream pot, swill that around and add to the mousse mix. Whisk straight away.

Step 6

Whisk as much as you can to add air then put into glasses for presentation. The more per person the heavier it will be so i suggest for valentines day use half pint glasses add whipped cream but for a normal pudding i used small whiskey glasses and you get eight small glasses or four big glasses.

Step 7

Add decoration if desired such as sprinkles or coco powder.


Always whisk straight away and mix around the edges or the chocolate will set under the cold cream

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