Old School & Easy Nutella Chocolate Mousse Recipe

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Ms Honeycomb

Simple Nutella and chocolate mousse is the answer and I don’t care about the question! Not only the ideal dessert for a sweet event, this decadent delight is so quick and fuss free to make, it can also double as a Tuesday night treat. Or Wednesday! Thursday? You understand. Chocolate mousse is the perfect blank canvas to fancy up with flowers, petals, cocoa powder or sprinkles, and if you’re setting a vintage themed table, glass goblets are just the ticket!

What You Will Need:

  • Hand held beaters, a stove top or microwave, several mixing bowls, mixing spoons
  • 300ml thickened cream
  • 125g Nutella
  • 120g dark chocolate
  • Cocoa for dusting
  • Glass goblets

Step 1. Using a bowl over a saucepan, or a microwave, melt the dark chocolate, and set aside to cool. Beat the cream until stiff peaks form. Add the Nutella, and beat until combined.

Step 2. Add the cooled, melted chocolate into the bowl, and mix gently with a spatula until combined. That’s it! Best mousse EVER and it’s so easy you can make it Every. Single. Week. Spoon the mousse into gorgeous glass goblets, dust with cocoa and decorate as you fancy. Refrigerate for a couple of hours before serving, or eat immediately. No one will judge you.

Ms Floral: Umm? YUM! This dessert is such a classic and definitely deserves a spot on the dessert table at a vintage themed wedding. Your guests will go wild for it!

About Ms Honeycomb: My heart and home in Scotland and Australia, I am a florist, flower lover, writer, baker, stylist and sew-er of lovely things, with my darling toddler forever keeping me on my toes!


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