Chocolate Mousse

I can honestly say that if I had to choose a favorite dessert, I would choose chocolate mousse. This Chocolate mousse recipe is something I have been looking forward to share with you. I was impressed when I found out that you didn't need anything else than chocolate and water to make chocolate mousse.

I did make my own experiment with this recipe and decided to add some espresso to the recipe. Chocolate and coffee always works well together and I got the result I was hoping for. Decreasing the water in the original recipe and adding one cup of espresso instead gives this rich chocolate mousse a nice flavor of coffee.

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I recommend using dark 70% percent chocolate, like this one from Green & Black's.

The texture of the mousse is soft and creamy. When the chocolate/water/espresso mixture is whisked together, it is filled with air and as a result the mixture thickens and becomes creamy. It's almost like magic.

Chocolate mousse made with water recipe:

Prep time 5 mins

Cook time 5 mins

Total time 10 mins


  • 265 gr. dark chocolate (I recommend using 70% chocolate)
  • 210 gr. water
  • 30 gr. espresso (1 cup espresso)


  1. Prepare a large bowl filled with water and ice cubes. Prepare another mixing bowl and place it into the large bowl. Make sure that the bottom of the mixing bowl touches the ice water.
  2. Have at hand a hand mixer and balloon whisk.
  3. Chop the chocolate roughly and put in a small saucepan along with the water and the espresso. Set to low/medium heat and stir while the chocolate melts in the water/espresso.
  4. When the chocolate has melted and is nicely combined with the water/espresso, take the saucepan off the heat and pour into the bowl that is placed in the ice water.
  5. Take your hand mixer and whisk the mixture until it thickens. Be careful not to whisk too much. In the end it can be good to use the balloon whisk to be better able to control the consistency of the mousse.
  6. When ready pour into dessert glasses. Be careful here as the mousse thickens quickly when ready and it gets harder to pour it.
  7. Place in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours before serving or serve immediately (depends on how thick you want the mousse to be).

I hope you enjoy this Chocolate mousse recipe as much as I do.

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Posted in Home Improvement Post Date 02/27/2019






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