Sugar-free Chocolate Mousse

200px-Chocolate_mousse.jpgSince I am away on holidays until tomorrow and have little time for blogging, I thought I would post another handy-for-Pesach recipe. So here is an easy chocolate mousse for a dairy meal.

Chocolate mousse (serves 6 people)

Ingredients:

200 gr of dark chocolate

6 eggs

20 gr of butter

a little coffee (about 3 tbsp)

Melt the chocolate with the butter. Beat the egg yolks and add to the chocolate along with the coffee. Beat the egg whites firmly and fold in the chocolate mixture little by little. Pour the mousse in ramekin dishes and put in the fridge for at least three hours.

6 thoughts on “Sugar-free Chocolate Mousse

  1. Shalom,
    I do it Parve – chocolate melted either in the microwave or bain-marie – being careful not to overcook it. Let it cool before mixing with the yolks. If needed, you can use a little part of the white to mix the chocolate & yolk mixture and then fold the rest.

    Enjoy – it used to be a shabbat dessert treat at my parents.

  2. I used to make it for years pareve – no butter or milk or cream added. Then I got nervous about raw eggs… and I think I made it once for my kids, who found it too rich. So I’m going to experiment tomorrow with a six egg chocolate cake.

    A friend who works in the cooking business says make sure to use fresh eggs – hard to do so here in the U.S., where we don’t (at least I don’t know) how long the eggs have been in the market.

    Hope the rest of the chag is going well for you!

  3. I’m going to experiment tomorrow with a six egg chocolate cake.
    The recipe for my Pesach chocolate cake has been the most visited post for at least the past ten days.
    here in the U.S., where we don’t (at least I don’t know) how long the eggs have been in the market.
    Here the legislation is very strict and all egg boxes have labels with dates. The most expensive eggs – such as free range – even have stamps on the shells.

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