Introduction: 'Storm in a Teacup' Chocolate Mousse Pudding

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Take a look at my 'Storm in a Teacup' Chocolate Mousse Pudding. It is delicious but also a bit of fun and could be an easy dinner party dessert. It is comprised of a chocolate mousse, a fluffy cream cheese-marshmallow fluff topping and some white chocolate lightning bolts. I have made instructables for the mousse and the lightning bolts, so please look at my other instructables for further information about making these parts. The rest I will explain here.

Step 1: Make the Chocolate Mousse

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Take a look at my instructable to make a simple chocolate mousse. This is enough for 2 coffee cups, to serve 2 or 4 (as it is quite rich and sweet). Keep the mousse in the fridge, ready to use.

Step 2: Make the White Chocolate Lightning Bolts

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Take a look at my instructable to make some white chocolate lightning bolts. Keep them in the fridge ready.

Step 3: Make the Cream Cheese-marshmallow Fluff Topping

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Ingredients - 100g cream cheese, 4 heaped tbsp. marshmallow fluff, a drop of vanilla extract and a meringue nest (broken up) . You will need black food colouring (paste/gel, not liquid) at the final stage. Method - Put the above ingredients (not the food colouring) in a bowl and combine with a spoon. Put the topping in the fridge, ready to assemble all the parts.

Step 4: Put It All Together

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You will need - chocolate mousse, topping, lightning bolts, toothpick, black food colouring paste (not liquid), knife. Assemble - 1. Take the chocolate mousse out of the fridge. 2. Spoon the topping evenly and gently over the two coffee cups. 3. Take a toothpick and some black food colouring and swirl gently into the white mousse. Don't use too much. 4. Take a knife and use it to swirl the colouring into the topping, to create a slightly grey swirly 'cloud'. 5. Add the lightning bolts to your cup, use as many as you like. 6. Serve immediately (or place back in the fridge, ready to serve).


MechanicalJayhawk (author)2013-08-28

Wow looks great and that's a truly clever dessert. I liked that you used multiple short instructables and linked to them rather than one big instructable, it makes everything much more organized and less intimidating.

Thanks so much. It was a lot of fun to think up! I hope you try it!

What was the inspiration for this?

I honestly can't really remember! I think the saying was in my head for some reason and I thought I can make something in a teacup! Very random....

Lol, I was thinking this song!

Samuel kos (author)2013-08-28


Samuel kos (author)2013-08-28

Their is actually a game in the Rpi stire

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