Mousse frequently has egg in it to create the rich texture; these recipes however omit the egg and still produce great mousse.
Only two ingredients make up this heavenly chocolate mousse. You can also use the ganache to fill chocolate truffles.
This delectable raw vegan key lime mousse is SO easy. It epitomises the "blend and chow in under 5 minutes philosophy" that I am so fond of. Just throw all of your ingredients in the blender and puree until smooth. Then chill and devour. How easy is that?
When you find gluten free chocolate, why not turn it into an awesome gluten free chocolate mousse with this simple two ingredient recipe.
This is a Brazilian favourite (and an old family recipe) and takes no cooking at all. It's a little tart and tangy for those of you who don't like your desserts to be too sweet.
Nothing signals summer's arrival more than the presence of juicy mangoes. Prepare this light mango mousse for friends and bask in the warmth of their admiration.
Chocolate mousse is a favourite dessert and it's so easy to make. This recipe is great served with whatever fruit is in season.
This vegan chocolate mousse is a beacon of hope for even the most self respecting 1000 calorie mousse devotee. Everything comes to the party to create the perfect blend of sweet and spicy. The tofu gives that lovely creamy texture that gets better when set. The cocoa adds that vital decadence that is a prerequisite in any great chocolate mousse, and the nut butter and vanilla give it an added dimension. Just a touch of agave to sweeten the deal, and some chilli for a final kick.
This is a great chilled chocolate mousse cake with fresh strawberries for decoration. Perfect in warmer months.
Although citrus and cream is an unusual combination this recipe produces a wonderful dessert. Garnish with some additional slices of blood orange.
Creamy and indulgent Irish coffee mousse, simply made with espresso, whisky and whipped cream. Serve with more whipped cream and a sprinkle of cocoa.