White chocolate mousse: dessert for those with a sweet tooth – EAT CLUB

We all know and love the classic mousse au chocolat with milk chocolate. Here at EAT CLUB, however, we’re fans of variety, which is why we use white chocolate instead of the classic chocolate for this mousse: there’s a white chocolate mousse! This smooth and creamy dessert is every passionate white chocolate lover’s dream. including me

Chocolate lovers can turn up their noses at the mere mention of our White Chocolate Mousse. Just for that kind of chocolate. Quite unjustified in my opinion. Okay, let’s face it: backlighting may have little to do with actual chocolate by definition. However, it’s all about enjoyment here and a melt-in-your-mouth white chocolate does the trick. White Chocolate Cheesecake and Matcha Cookies with white chocolate as seen.

Whether it’s light, dark or completely colorful: we love a good melt-in-your-mouth mousse in every flavor. In addition to the white chocolate mousse, the following variations are just as good:

You can find more dessert recipes in our recipe collection, from simple to unusual.

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Four cups of white chocolate mousse on a slate tray.


On cloud nine: white chocolate mousse


Mousse au chocolat, but with white chocolate.

the preparation

  1. It is better to pour the butter an hour before, so that it softens.

  2. Chop the white chocolate and melt it in a hot water bath. Meanwhile, separate the eggs. Allow the melted chocolate to cool slightly.

  3. In a separate bowl, mix the egg yolks with the softened butter and combine this with the chocolate. Scoop out the pulp from a vanilla pod and add to the chocolate.

  4. Beat the egg white and cream separately. In between, clean the attachment or blender. Carefully fold the two beaten ingredients into the chocolate mixture.

    Be careful not to lose too much air!

  5. Pour the mousse into dessert glasses and refrigerate for at least 1 hour or more. Serve with fresh mint. Finish it!

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