Chocolate Mousse

If you're craving a luxurious and creamy dessert, your search stops here with these chocolate mousse recipes. You'll find easy chocolate mousse made in the microwave, classic chocolate mousse, and even chocolate mousse cake.

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Triple-Chocolate Shortcut Mousse

What's better than one kind of chocolate? Three--dark and white chocolate, plus crunchy chocolate chip cookie crumbles.
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Two-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

That's right, with only two ingredients you can enjoy a decadent chocolate mousse dessert.
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Chocolate Peppermint Mousse Pie

We're nuts about this Chocolate Peppermint Mousse Pie--literally! The crust features ground hazelnuts, while the pie filling recipe includes a cup of chocolate-hazelnut spread.
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Ricotta Mousse with Berries

For a light, airy, and surprisingly protein-rich sweet treat, try this ricotta mousse dessert. To crank up the decadence factor, serve this Ricotta Mousse with Berries piled on top a slice of pound cake or a sugar cookie.
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Pumpkin Pie with Hazelnut Mousse

Yes, it's totally doable to bake a pumpkin pie from scratch! With a simple Hazelnut Mousse topping, this recipe for pumpkin pie looks (and tastes!) like it came from a fancy bakery.
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Cranberry-Lime Mousse Cups

Dried cranberries lend distinctive flavor to this holiday dessert. The creamy mixture is so rich, consider serving it in small portions.
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More Chocolate Mousse

Melted Ice Cream Mousse

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.
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Peanut Butter Mousse

Try our peanut butter mousse recipe for your next dinner party. Made with cream cheese, powdered sugar and creamy peanut butter topped with a chocolate ganache, this easy peanut butter mousse is guaranteed to impress.
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Ginger Pumpkin Mousse

Health-minded guests will especially enjoy this creamy holiday dessert that's under 200 calories. Look for crystallized or candied ginger in the spice section of your supermarket.