Super Simple Chocolate Mousse

2013-03-15
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  • Yield : 1 1/2 C.
  • Servings : 6 - 1/4 C. servings
  • Prep Time : 5m
  • Cook Time : 10m
  • Ready In : 1:15 h

It’s simple. I mean it. There are only two ingredients!

Feel free to add a flavoring, such as your favorite extract or liqueur.

I scooped the mousse into small dishes and served as is, dense and creamy, but you could also whip it for a minute until fluffy.

I imagine this mousse would be lovely as a filling in some decadent frozen dessert.

 

Ingredients

  • 11.5 ounces silken tofu (The kind in the aseptic, shelf-stable packaging.)
  • 1 C. semisweet chocolate chips (Check the label to be sure it is free of dairy products.)

 

Method

Step 1

In a double boiler, melt chocolate chips, stirring often, until smooth.

Step 2

In the meantime, place tofu into a blender or food processor, and blend until smooth.

Step 3

Once chocolate is melted, scrape into blender. Blend with tofu until well-combined, stopping to scrape down sides as necessary.

Step 4

Scoop into a bowl and allow to chill in refrigerator for at least one hour.

Step 5

Once fully chilled, scoop into small cups or bowls and serve.

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Recipe Comments

  1. posted by Jenn on March 15, 2013

    I’ve something similar to this using cocoa and then agave/honey to sweeten. Also amazing if you add a little bit of black raspberry preserves.

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    • posted by Honor on August 26, 2013

      The black raspberry preserves sound like a delicious addition!

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  2. posted by Edith Tsacle on March 19, 2013

    Great!

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  3. posted by Arlene on April 10, 2013

    What type of tofu did you use? Firm? Soft? Look delicious! Thanks Jenn for the extra tips!

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    • posted by Honor on April 10, 2013

      Thank you! I used a nigari-firmed silken tofu on the soft side. I imagine the recipe would work well with any silken-tofu.

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