A mousse can be light and fluffy or creamy and thick depending on how it's made. The luscious recipes here represent an array mousse delights, from classic chocolate to fruit concoctions such as Peach Mousse or Cranberry-Lime Mousse Cups.See Popular Chocolate Mousse Recipes
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Serve this dark chocolate chilled mousse with fruit for dessert.
Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry Sheets are cut into rectangles, baked and then layered with whipped cream, chocolate cream and fresh raspberries, topped with a final layer of pastry and drizzled with melted chocolate.
Serve this mousse in stemmed wine glasses or dessert dishes topped with whipped cream and chocolate curls.
These chocolate mousse desserts are deceptively easy to prepare. Nearly everything for this recipe can be made and assembled a day ahead.
Try this no-fail, double chocolate version of the classic dessert. Sure to be a kid-favorite for Valentine's Day or any time of the year.
This heavenly dessert recipe is mounds of meringue filled with creamy cocoa mousse, crowned with sweet ripe whole strawberries, and drizzled with chocolate.
Like eating chocolate cheesecake in a bowl, this low-calorie dessert makes s decadent but light ending to any meal.
An easy homemade chocolate mousse recipe is paired with a fruity raspberry sauce to make an ideal dessert for a special dinner (or a special weeknight!).
Chocolate mousse as part of a new year's resolution? OK, hear me out. This story has a very happy ending.
Any chocolate and peanut butter lover will adore this elegant dessert from pastry chef Rachel Lansang-Hidalgo. Lansang-Hidalgo tops a rich milk-chocolate mousse with a roasted-peanut cream and addictively crunchy cornflakes mixed with peanut butter, milk chocolate and peanuts.
Just combine raspberries with cake mix and mousse mix for this taste-tempting (and easy) chocolate dessert.
These rich chocolate hearts taste luscious and can be made and frozen up to one month ahead of serving.
This dessert may take some time to make but it's guaranteed to impress your guests. The teacups are made with melted chocolate and filled with a fluffy chocolate-mint mousse.