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Triple Chocolate Mousse Recipe

Triple Chocolate Mousse Recipe

2020-02-05
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These triple chocolate mousse recipe is the dream of every chocolate lover. This mousse is eggless and requires only 3 types of chocolate and cream, that’s it! No eggs and no difficult techniques. 3 layers of smooth and creamy mousse; dark chocolate, milk chocolate and white chocolate. This triple chocolate mousse in a glass is a perfect dessert for parties, birthdays, Valentine's day, holidays and any other occasion.
DIFFICULTY
Easy
YIELDS
8
PREP TIME
1 Hour
WORK TIME
1 Hour
RECIPE CUISINE
World
INGREDIENTS FOR YIELDS

Dark chocolate mousse:

  • 115g (4oz) Dark chocolate
  • 1 cup Heavy cream, divided

Milk chocolate mousse:

  • 115g (4oz) Milk chocolate
  • 1 cup Heavy cream, divided

White chocolate mousse:

  • 115g (4oz) White chocolate
  • 1 cup Heavy cream, divided
DIRECTIONS

1. Chop each chocolate into small pieces and place in separate bowls. To each bowl add 1/4 cup (60ml) heavy cream.

2. Melt each chocolate (one at the time) over a double boiler. Then set aside and let cool to room temperature.

3. When all melted chocolate has chilled, start whipping the cream, whip to whip to soft-medium peaks.

4. Fold 1/3 of the whipped cream into each chocolate mixture. Fold until combined and no streaks remain.

5. Transfer each mousse to a piping bag.

6. Pipe first mousse into your serving dish, refrigerate for 10-15 minutes. Then pipe the second mousse, refrigerate for 10-15 minutes. Then pipe the third mousse and refrigerate for at least 3 hours.

Notes:

  • There are 2 options to whip the cream: 1. Whip all the cream (540ml) at once, then divide it into 3 equal parts. 2. Divide into 3 (180ml), then whipping each portion, this option is more precise.

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COMMENTS (16)
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    Shirley
    12/4/2020

    Hi, thank you for sharing your recipe. I am planning to make the Triple Chocolate Mousse for our year end part. My question is that if I made it on Fri Night and my party is on Sat Evening, will it be ok ?

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    The Cooking Foodie
    12/4/2020

    Hi Shirley, Yes, it's totally fine.

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    Lucy
    2/2/2021

    The amount of cream, and when to add it makes no sense in this recipe! 1 cup, divided, (x3 layers) does not make the 1/4 cup mentioned. And then this: add the cream in step 1, then melt the chocolate in step 2, then whip it in step 3, and add in a 1/3, in step 4. Bonkers! I'm totally lost.

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    Laurel
    9/24/2021

    Watch the video, it makes it clearer.

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    Silver
    7/15/2023

    3 cups total 1/4 cup in each mixture remaining 2 1/4 cups left whip the remaining and divide into 3 1/3 of remaining whipped mixture in each folded in gently once done put in piping bag and layer in container of your choice.

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    Tiana
    2/15/2021

    hello! Thanks for sharing can't wait to meet. I'm wondering how long the fridge life for this chocolate mousse is?

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  • K
    Kerrie
    7/26/2021

    The mouse was grainy

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  • J
    Janessa
    10/21/2021

    How many cups does this make?

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  • E
    Eshan
    11/18/2021

    This will yield 8 cups.

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    Katherine
    12/5/2021

    How long will it last in the fridge. I have two dinner parties that I need to make dessert for. Monday and Wednesday night and want to make them Sunday night. Thank you

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  • S
    Silver
    7/15/2023

    3 to 4 days check expirations dates before you make to make sure it will last 3 to 4 days but no ,more than that...

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  • B
    Bablu kumar
    2/26/2022

    Hy

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  • C
    Chris
    2/6/2023

    Can this mousse be frozen please

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  • S
    Silver
    7/15/2023

    Freeze In Portions Ensure you freeze it in portions to avoid unwanted waste in future. Once thawed, you will not be able to refreeze it. Expect Textural Changes Depending on the ingredients you’ve used, there is a chance that the texture of your chocolate mousse will change once it has thawed so expect it to become a little grainy. Eat It Frozen No, really! You can eat it straight from the freezer as a semifreddo-style frozen mousse. This way there will be no major changes to the texture and

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    Marianne
    11/6/2023

    Does this have to be done with a piping bag. Can’t it be spooned into the pots?

    Reply
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