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Mini Chocolate Mousse served in Shot Glasses

April 17, 2016
mini choc mousse

Mini Chocolate Mousse in shot glasses

 

Chocolate Mousse is a quick, easy and delicious dessert.  Try this variation serving the chocolate mousse in shot glasses for an extra special treat. This recipe is a perfect addition to a special High Tea menu.

Ingredients

150gm dark chocolate

3/4 cup thickened cream

2 eggs separated

2 tablespoons caster sugar

Method

  1. Place chocolate pieces into a microwave proof bowl and microwave until melted.  Click here to read how to melt chocolate
  2. Using an electric mixer, beat cream until soft peaks form
  3. Wash and dry beaters
  4. Separate eggs and place egg yolks to one side.
  5. In a separate bowl, and using an electric mixer beat egg whites until soft peaks form.
  6. Sprinkle caster sugar over the egg whites and beat 1 – 2 minutes until the mixture is thick and glossy.  Make sure sugar is completely dissolved.
  7. Add egg yolks to the chocolate and using a METAL spoon stir to combine
  8. Stir in 1/3 egg white mixture into the chocolate and mix well
  9. Fold in remaining egg white mixture
  10. Fold in cream
  11. Spoon into shot glasses, cover with cling wrap and refrigerate for 3 – 4 hours.
  12. Decorate with whipped cream and berries of your choice – e.g. raspberries, strawberries, blueberries

Enjoy!

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11 Comments

  • Reply Jeffrey Scott April 19, 2016 at 23:29

    Wow, this looks very yummy. But I don’t know if I could stop at just a shot glass full. ;D

    • Reply Sue Loncaric April 21, 2016 at 06:43

      No me neither Jeffrey but I made a high tea for my daughter when she had her baby (almost two years ago now) and this size was perfect. I suppose though a little is better than nothing. Have a great day!

  • Reply Ginger Wroot April 20, 2016 at 06:21

    Oh, this looks lovely! I think sweet and rich things serve in a miniature form like this makes them seem all the more special and tasty!
    –G
    http://gingerwroot.com

    • Reply Sue Loncaric April 21, 2016 at 06:57

      Yes Ginger they do seem more special. I made them for my daughter for a high tea and it was a lovely addition without being too much – especially with all the other goodies! Have a lovely day!

  • Reply Charlotte April 26, 2016 at 00:21

    This looks delicious! I had never heard of caster sugar – looked it up and now I have learned something new.
    I will be pinning this for later 🙂

    • Reply Sue Loncaric April 26, 2016 at 12:17

      Hi Charlotte I’m glad I could help. It is difficult because different countries have different names for things so it can be confusing. I hope you enjoy the mousse if you make it 🙂 Thanks for pinning!

  • Reply Marilyn April 26, 2016 at 04:05

    This looks delicious Sue! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe at the #RecipeSharingParty! I hope to see you next week. Pinned and Yummed. Please visit #OverTheMoon on Sunday or #ThursdayFavoriteThings for more sharing fun! Don’t forget to Comment your link #’s so I can be sure to visit and get a chance to be featured!

    • Reply Sue Loncaric April 26, 2016 at 12:20

      Thanks Marilyn! I’m sure you have made chocolate mousse plenty of times in your life but it is a quick and easy dessert.

  • Reply Marilyn Lesniak April 26, 2016 at 04:15

    I love this! Looks so easy and quick. Thank you so much for linking at #overthemoon! I look forward to seeing what you share every week. Please come back for #WonderfulWednesday or #ThursdayFavoriteThings. Don’t forget to comment your link #’s so I can be sure to visit and get a chance to be featured!
    Pinned and shared.

    • Reply Sue Loncaric April 26, 2016 at 12:20

      Thanks Marilyn and have a great day!

  • Reply Madie Bergdorf November 25, 2018 at 23:50

    Hi, This is a nice recipe, thank you for the detailed recipe. I am a food lover and I love baking bread.

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