Only 3 Ingredient Double Chocolate Mousse In 20 Minutes

Double chocolate mousse is a sweet dessert perfect for a weeknight party or family dinner. A layer of dark and white chocolate mixed with whipped cream is a great way of ending a party or a dinner. Prepare it in the afternoon and chill it in the fridge for a few hours – and sprinkle some cinnamon if you like additional flavor to this mousse.


• 100 grams white chocolate (chopped)
• 100 grams semi-sweet dark chocolate (chopped)
• 200 ml whipping cream + 300 ml cold whipping cream


This recipe yields four mousse cups.

Put chopped white chocolate in a bowl.
Put chopped semi-sweet dark chocolate in another bowl.
Set aside.

Set a saucepot over medium heat.
Add 200 ml of whipping cream into the pot.
Let it simmer.
Once it starts to simmer, remove it from the heat.
Pour half of the cream into the bowl of white chocolate.
Pour the remaining half into the bowl of dark chocolate.
Leave it for 5 minutes until chocolates melt.
Stir each mixture until well combined.
Set aside.

Prepare a large mixing bowl.
Add 300 ml of cold whipping cream.
Whip it using a hand mixer.
Continue to whip until soft peak stiffs.
Divide the mixture in half.
You now have two separate bowls of whipped cream.
Into the first bowl of whipped cream, add the white chocolate mixture in portions.
Whip the mixture each portion you add.
Continue to whip until well combined.
Do the same with the dark chocolate mixture and the other half of whipped cream.

Prepare four small cups.
Add 3-4 tbsp of dark chocolate cream mixture into each cup.
Gently tap the cups to spread evenly.
Add 2-3 tbsp of white chocolate cream mixture on top of each cup.
Gently tap the cups to spread evenly.
Place the cups in the fridge.
Let them chill for 3-4 hours.
After 3-4 hours, remove from the fridge.
Serve immediately and enjoy!

Only 3 Ingredient Double Chocolate Mousse in 20 Minutes
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