Chocolate Mousse is a delicious, chocolaty, and creamy dessert that goes with almost any occasion. My family and I have had success with mousse as a dessert at birthdays, holidays, and almost any other family gathering you can think of. It is very creamy with a few bits of chocolate to add some texture. This particular instructable follows my aunt's recipe, which allows for a mousse that is slightly sweeter, more rich, and, in my opinion, a better dessert than that which you can find in some restaurants.
It is fairly easy and quick to make, but to get the best results it needs to be chilled for about two hours.
Contains chocolate and dairy products.
Step 1: Gather Ingredients
Gather your ingredients.
-Approximately 9 ounces of dark or semi-sweet chocolate
-Four large eggs
-1/2 pint of heavy whipping cream (one cup)
-One cup of baker's sugar (regular sugar will work; more or less to taste)
You will also need four medium or large bowls and a mixing utensil (preferably flexible in order to scoop up the most chocolaty goodness possible).