Have you ever found yourself preparing for a dinner party at your house and you realise that you’re responsible for the dessert too and you want to make something that won’t keep you in the kitchen for hours? Then I have just the solution for you. I own Alida Ryder’s book Simple & Delicious and in it is a quick and easy recipe for good old fashioned Chocolate Mousse. Now some of you may be thinking that chocolate mousse is a boring dessert, but I beg to differ. Sometimes at the end of a meal all you need is a bit of a chocolate fix and what’s so nice about mousse is there is zero effort needed to consume it. Yup you can pretty much suck it down using nothing but your face, if you’re skilled enough in the art of crafty eating like I am.
I have made this particular mousse a couple of times and it has never failed. It comes out smooth, rich and delicious. I haven’t made it the original way with white chocolate, but I’m definitely going to try it next time around. In the version below I use half dark chocolate and half milk chocolate and I’ve upped the chocolate content by 50 grams (what can I say I love chocolate).