Chocolate Mousse Recipe
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Chocolate Mousse Recipe is a meticulous process. One simple mistake and you’ll end up with a thin dessert.

Social media is full of lies and I’m actually sick and tired of it. I know what people portray in social media is what they are in reality.

I knew someone who has a car and used to travel a lot. She even brags it in social media, saying she’s living her life to the fullest. However, she owes me money and it’s bigtime. I don’t want to stress myself by asking her to pay because she will never bother. But, she can never ask me again even if its an emergency.

I also knew people who used to buy dogs with “breed” but will end up replacing their old ones when they bought a fluffier one. Then, they call themselves “dog lovers.”

Cooking or baking is another thing that we should judge.

Chocolate mousse is one simple but good-tasting dessert. However, the chocolate mousse recipe is hard to execute. There is a small margin of error; and if you go beyond that, you’ll end up with a lousy treat.

This recipe of mine involves only six ingredients: eggs, cream, dark chocolate, white chocolate, sugar, and butter. However, we should be careful in mixing them to avoid a thin result.


  • 2 eggs, separate the yolk to the white
  • 2.5 ounces bittersweet chocolate
  • 2.5 ounces white chocolate
  • 2 tablespoons white sugar
  • 1/2 cup all-purpose cream


  1. In a double boiler melt the bittersweet and white chocolate.
  2. When fully melted, add the butter, egg yolks, and sugar. Combine well. Set aside.
  3. Using an electric mixer, beat the egg white until fully.
  4. Again, using an electric mixer, beat the cream until fluffy.
  5. Combine the egg white and cream using a flexible spatula.
  6. Take a bit of the egg white mixture and combine it with the chocolate mixture. Mix well.
  7. Completely put all the remaining egg white mixture to the and carefully combine them.
  8. Transfer to cups and put in the fridge for hours.
  9. Serve and enjoy.


  1. If you don’t have a double boiler, you can put a non-conductor bowl on top of a pan with boiling water. Just make sure that the water is not touching the bowl.
  2. Never add water to the recipe. It will end up thin.

Written by Ringo

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