Death by chocolate is how we’d like to go. Dig into this rich chocolate mousse brownie cake.
Nothing says romance like chocolate, right? Whip up this simple chocolate mousse — with a little kick of liquor for added flavor. This luscious amaretto chocolate mousse is a make-ahead dessert that hits all the right spots.
Ring in the new year with this exquisite Chocolate Truffle Mousse. It’s delightfully rich and satisfying.
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This Mascarpone Pumpkin Mousse is a deliciously seasonal sweet treat that is very easy to make. It’s not too heavy after a big fall meal and just so happens to be keto too.
Get your spoons ready for this summery, cool and perfectly sweet strawberry and cream dessert.
This cool, no-bake dessert is a sweet treat made with tahini, dates, and whipped cream. Simple, satisfying and beautiful.
This nutty banana cake is enrobed in a decadent caramel mousse and drizzled with a caramel espresso sauce before serving. A sweet tooth’s dream!
These Mocha Mousse Trifles are simply divine. Oreo crumbs are layered with creamy mocha mousse then topped with whipped cream and an espresso bean to give you a gourmet dessert that only takes 20 minutes to pull together. Small but decadent, they make the perfect ending for any meal.
This triple layer chocolate mousse cake is rich, smooth, creamy and full of flavor. It features a layer of chocolate soufflé cake, rich chocolate mousse and white chocolate mousse on top. Garnish with spring berries for a pop of color.
This Vegan Chocolate Mousse is dolled up with almond extract and a dollop of whipped coconut cream for true decadence in no time at all.
Try the recipe for this perfectly rich and tantalizing dessert, a flourless chocolate cake and coffee mousse.
This delightful dessert is gluten free and easily vegan-izable. It has only four ingredients: coconut cream, chocolate, salt, and rum!
To make this challenging multi-layered elegant dessert would be quite the accomplishment, and totally worth it in the end.
A creamy, rich chocolate mousse pie is hiding a green secret. You can’t taste the avocados but along with coconut cream, they add a heavenly texture to this dessert.
Made with creamy coconut milk, this vegan berry mousse cake sits atop a nutty chocolate crust for a delightfully cool bite that screams of spring.
A simple dessert that can be made year round with a touch of blood orange syrup for bold flavor and a beautiful garnish.
Soft chocolate brownies hold a peanut butter surprise and are topped with a heavenly cloud-like peanut butter mousse.
This many-layer crêpe is filled with a coconut chocolate mouse and topped with whipped coconut cream and fruit. It is light, sweet, and just so happens to be dairy-free, too.
A creamy cheesecake mousse is layered with biscuit crumbs and strawberries for a beautiful dessert that doesn’t require the oven.
This dairy-free dessert is delicious served as a parfait or can even be used as a creamy pie filling.
Make this piña colada mousse a day ahead of your party for an easy dessert of coconut cream, eggs, and pineapple for tons of flavors. Rum optional.
A vegan peanut butter mousse layered with a gluten free chocolate crumble for a rich dessert that dreams are made of.
Using brown sugar, this mousse has a fun caramel flavor with an extra egg white for a light, airy texture. You can’t go wrong with a great chocolate mousse.
This creamy spread is just calling for your to make it, spread it on a baguette and serve with a tart cherry jam.
Blood orange mousse is made dairy-free with coconut whipped cream that is coupled with a chocolate-almond crust to round things out.
Be inspired by Vermont’s Simon Pearce, and try your hand add the smooth, creamy white chocolate mousse cake recipe.
Perfect for holiday sweet tooth’s that aren’t into pie, this no-bake dessert is super rich and can be topped off with pomegranate seeds.
Delicate shortbread tartlets with a hint of herby-citrus is filled to the brim with rich chestnut mousse.
This multi-layered chocolate cake is fit for a royal occasion. Or make it simply for fun and decadent consumption.
Reminiscent of a Mounds candy bar, this coconut and chocolate mousse cake is a smooth and crave-worthy dessert.
Strawberry mousse is gloriously sandwiched in between gluten-free cake, covered with vanilla bean whipped cream and then topped with delicate rose petals.
To create a delicious dessert for a gathering you don’t need much. In this case, all you need is a couple of avocados, coconut milk, and great chocolate.
Give a traditional chocolate mousse a decadent twist of rich hazelnut. This is a great dessert to make ahead of time.
Two ingredients and 5 minutes later, you will be eating an amazingly rich Chocolate Mousse, guilt free.
A simple chocolate sponge cake encases a rich chocolate mousse in this chilled dessert that can be stored in the freezer for unexpected celebrations.
A meal is great, but a dessert is even better. A handful of fresh fruits, biscuits, yogurt or cottage cheese and you are in for a refreshing treat everyday.
When in doubt, always resort to chocolate mousse. It’s one of those French classics that never disappoint.
This beautiful, silky and refreshing dessert might just be the perfect summer dessert.
A luscious chocolate mousse sitting atop a fudgy cake, shot through with cracked black pepper. Not for the faint-hearted.
Chocolate truffle and beet mousse candy cups with a delicious red wine and beet juice reduction.
Meet the adult version of the classic and elegant chocolate mousse.
A lot of desserts that call for gelatin or agar-agar need to be prepared carefully. Follow these simple tips to ensure success every time.
Tamara Novacoviç serves a wonderful apple mousse made of organic apples.
For your next slumber party, why not serve your non-allergic guests this wonderful peanut treat?
Tasting or sample menus, especially in regards to appetizers have been on the restaurant scene for quite some time now.
For those of you who would like to be initiated into the pleasures of a velvety chocolate hazelnut spread, why are you still here reading this?