Are you a chocolate mousse fan? Then you have to check out these deliciously creative chocolate mousse recipes from fellow food bloggers!
Let’s talk about a classic today.
How often do you make chocolate mousse at home? Have you ever made chocolate mousse before actually? Well I can tell you that it is really easy to make.
When I was researching chocolate mousse recipes online, I quite often stumbled upon chocolate mousse recipes with Nutella. But you would be surprised to see how many more versions you can make of the classic chocolate mousse!
Check out these deliciously creative chocolate mousse recipes from fellow food bloggers!
And as always, credits for the ideas, pictures and blog texts go to each and every single blogger or website that I mentioned here.
I was happy to add them all to my chocolate mousse recipes roundup!
As you can see, I also added plenty of links to click on. Or click on the picture that you like and you will be redirected to the right recipe!
Again a big thank you to all these fantastic bloggers.
Are you ready?
Here we go!
20 Delicious Chocolate Mousse Recipes
Are you a chocolate mousse fan?
Then you have to check out these deliciously creative chocolate mousse recipes from fellow food bloggers!
1) Classic Chocolate Mousse (Cooking Classy)
Let’s kick this chocolate mousse recipes roundup off with a classic version!
And she says: “The perfect finishing touch for this mousse is an easy and delicate whipped cream and thin shavings of dark chocolate. Not only does it make this mousse look elegant and visually appealing but it just compliments and finishes it off as it should be.”
Thank you so much Jaclyn!
2) Chocolate Olive Oil Mousse (Isobel Olives)
Olive oil in chocolate mousse? Well I have made that a couple of times and it was delicious! Yes, you should also give it a try. How about this perfect chocolate olive oil mousse recipe from Chris Piper over at Isobel Olives? You are in for a real treat here, believe me.
And he says this: “You know the ones. When you just need a little sneaky chocolate. Well what if you didn’t have to feel so guilty about it? We all know about the health benefits of fresh olive oil, so here’s a little secret recipe for something delicious and surprisingly good for you.”
Thank you so much Chris!
3) White Chocolate Mousse (Fooby)
Is white chocolate really chocolate?
Well this chocolate mousse recipes roundup is not about finding the true answer to that question. Just a collection of lip smacking chocolate desserts! And who doesn’t like white chocolate, right. What I particularly like about this white chocolate mousse recipe over at Fooby is the small amount of ingredients that goes into it. And that colorful summer fruit medley on top!
The people behind it say: “You can prepare the white chocolate mousse and nectarines about a day in advance. Fill the glasses with the mousse and store separately and covered in the fridge.”
Thank you so much for this sweet chocolate inspiration!
4) Cheat’s Tiramisu Chocolate Mousse (Hob And Larder)
Did someone say tiramisu?
How about this tiramisu chocolate mousse from Nora over at Hob And Larder! I love how she garnishes her chocolate mousse with whipped cream, grated chocolate and… those ladyfingers on the side! What a great idea.
And they says: “If you are in a hurry and you don’t have enough time to wait for a mousse to set, or for a tiramisu to be layered… Then you should try my easy peasy tiramisu chocolate mousse! It is quick to prep, quick to chill and incredibly delicious. I suppose that this is a dessert that works quite well for a romantic dinner at home, even if it is not Valentine’s Day.”
Thank you so much Nora!
5) Guinness Chocolate Mousse (Love Always Audrey)
Oh yes, I am sure that you saw this one on the very top picture on this post…
And it immediately peaked your interest! Just like it did mine when I first saw it. And who is behind it? Well credits for this lush looking Guinness chocolate mousse go to Audrey who is behind Love Always Audrey. She blogs about travel, food, DIY projects and life in general. Love her photography logo as well!
This recipe was actually created for Saint Patrick’s Day by a blogger friend of Audrey by the name of Charlotte. Her blog however doesn’t seem to exist anymore. Fortunately Audrey posted it on her blog so we can still get it!
Thanks much Audrey and Charlotte!
6) Easy Coconut & Peanut Butter Chocolate Mousse (Blondelish)
Next up in this chocolate mousse recipes roundup…
Do you like peanut butter? The smooth one or the crunchy one? I prefer crunchy peanut butter! But did you know that you can do more with it than just spread it on sandwiches? Let’s take a look at this creamy and rich looking chocolate mousse with coconut milk and peanut butter for instance! Credits for it go to Mahaela over at Blondelish.
And she says: “This coconut milk and peanut butter chocolate mousse is going to be your new favorite dessert. It is easy to make, super delish and vegan.”
Thank you so much Mihaela for the inspiration!
7) Light Hazelnut Mocha Chocolate Mousse (Kitchen Sanctuary)
Here is another familiar face!
I have added several of Nicky’s recipes to my roundups in the past. She runs an incredible recipes website called Kitchen Sanctuary. So it comes to no surprise that one of her chocolate mousse recipes ended up in this chocolate mousse recipes roundup!
And she says: “This hazelnut mocha chocolate mousse is a gluten free and light dessert. It contains avocado, Greek yogurt and banana. It is chocolatey, creamy and so rich. Plus you can alter the chocolate and sweetness level according to your own tastes. The banana adds a good amount of sweetness and the honey takes it to a perfect dessert level.”
Thank you so much Nicky for the daily inspiration!
8) Salted Butter Caramel Chocolate Mousse (Baker Street Society)
Salted butter caramel?
And chocolate mousse? What a lovely idea is that! Oh I love salted caramel, you? Credits for this salted butter caramel chocolate mousse go to Camille who is a food blogger over at Baker Street Society, mom and wife 24/7. And she loves baking.
And she says: “Chocolate mousse or “mousse au chocolat” as you say with a posh French accent… This is a classic and timeless dessert. My salted butter caramel chocolate mousse recipes is anything but ordinary. It stays just as classy and timeless and at the same time sultry and fun. I would almost say that it is better than the classic, try it and see for yourself!”
Thank you so much Camille!
9) Easy Red Velvet Chocolate Mousse Recipes (Live Love Texas)
We all know what a red velvet cake is.
But have you ever stumbled upon a red velvet chocolate mousse before? When I was doing a little research for delicious chocolate mousse recipes, I just thought that I should give ‘red velvet chocolate mousse’ a go. And yes, that is how I found this beautiful recipe! Kelly is the creator of it, over at Live Love Texas.
And she says: “When you get the consistency of that chocolate mousse just right, it is light and melts in your mouth. It makes you enjoy every single bite of it. That sweetness of the cream and the rich flavor of the red velvet chocolate.”
Thank you so much Kelly for the inspiration!
10) Greek Yogurt Chocolate Mousse (Clean Food Crush)
I like the gooey look of this chocolate mousse below…
And here is what Rachel says about it: “This is a great last minute dessert idea! I love that this chocolate mousse looks and tastes like dessert. You don’t need a lot of skills for this recipe but you have to plan ahead because it needs quite a few hours to refrigerate. So make this mousse in the early afternoon and you will have a lush dessert right after dinner. But plan ahead!”
Thank you Rachel!
11) Avocado Chocolate Mousse (Well Plated By Erin)
I have seen quite a few recipes with avocados that first made me stop dead in my tracks. But when I tried them, it was amazing! Now I regularly add avocado to soups to make it creamier instead of adding cream or butter. And I guess that is also what avocado does to chocolate mousse. This avocado chocolate mousse looks so perfectly rich and creamy, only that look comes from the avocado in it! Credits go to Erin from Well Plated.
And she says: “Chocolate mousse is the ideal dessert. It is romantic and makes you feel special. If only this easy raw avocado chocolate mousse had been in my life back then!”
Thank you so much Erin!
12) Chocolate Mousse Cups (Weekend At The Cottage)
Next in our chocolate mousse recipes roundup…
A pretty classic chocolate mousse… but what I loved about it is the presentation! I have never done that before, dipping balloons in melted chocolate. But every time I see them, I have to admit that it looks stunning. Plus fun to make, especially with kids or grandkids! You can find this recipe over at Weekend At The Cottage. I always keep an eye on Nik Manojlovich’s recipes on Twitter.
And he says: “These chocolate mousse cups are so simple to make at home. And they are packed with layers of chocolate flavors! Make them once and you will find yourself making them for years from now on.”
Thank you so much Nik!
13) Strawberry Marshmallow Mousse (Pretty. Simple. Sweet.)
Alright, here is the catch.
Technically speaking, this next one is not really a chocolate mousse… However I thought I should include it in this chocolate mousse recipes roundup just because it really looks so good. And another thing: I had no idea that you could make a mousse with marshmallows!
Besides, my little niece is not a chocolate fan but she does like sweet desserts and anything with strawberries in or on it. Perhaps I should give this one a try next time she comes over. So as far as I am concerned, this strawberry marshmallow mousse from Shiran over at Pretty. Simple. Sweet. is one to pin for later.
Thank you so much Kelly for this inspirational idea!
14) Quick Chocolate Mousse Recipes (Baking A Moment)
So here is a situation.
You are preparing dinner but your dessert didn’t work out the way you wanted it to. Do you have a dessert plan B up your sleeve? Well you might consider taking a look at this quick chocolate mousse perhaps! Credits for this quick chocolate mousse recipes go to Allie who is behind Baking A Moment.
And she says: “You can whip this easy chocolate mousse recipes up in just 15 minutes and it only needs one hour to set. It is so airy and light and has this rich and deep chocolate flavor. Chocolate mousse always looks fancy, but it is so quick and simple to make!
Thank you so much Allie!
15) Mint Chocolate Mousse with Toasted Matcha Meringue (Snixy Kitchen)
Are you ready to step it up a little?
Because this next chocolate mousse recipes looks like a lovely kitchen experiment! It contains a couple of interesting not so everyday ingredients. But that is what makes it so spectacular if you ask me! Just the sound of it makes it interesting: mint chocolate mousse with toasted matcha merengue. Credits for this one go to Sarah over at Snixy Kitchen!
And she says: “You will enjoy these layers of fluffy mint chocolate mousse, crispy salted almonds and chocolate chunks, all covered by a silky toasted matcha meringue. And believe me: this one is so simple to make, but looks so impressive and luxurious.”
Thank you so much Sarah for the inspiration!
16) Vegan Chocolate Mousse (Okonomi Kitchen)
Cook with tofu.
That means soups and stir fries to me. But I had never thought that tofu could also be used in desserts really. And what I liked about this vegan chocolate mousse is the glossy and creamy look it has got! Credits for it go to Lisa over at Okonomi Kitchen. Check it out, you will find delicious vegan recipes that are healthy, simple and easy to make at home.
And she says: “This 3 ingredient chocolate mousse is rich, decadent and has a truffle like texture. It is also high in protein because of the tofu. For natural sweetener I added dates. This one only needs 30 minutes to set!”
Thank you Lisa for the inspiration!
17) Two Ingredient Chocolate Mousse (Ananya Gupta)
This chocolate mousse recipes roundup has almost come to an end!
I hope that you found some inspiration so far. So the previous chocolate mousse recipes only contained 3 ingredients… However for this next one you only need 2! Chocolate and… water! And where did I find this brilliant 2 ingredient idea? Over at Ananya Gupta’s website.
And here is what Ananya says about it: “this chocolate mousse recipe is a super simple and brilliant lockdown challenge. You have to try it to see that it really works! Assuming that you have water, chocolate is the only other ingredient you need. It is actually a one ingredient mousse if I have to be honest!”
Thank you Ananya for the inspiration!
18) Earl Grey and Orange Infused Blender Chocolate Mousse (Floating Kitchen)
I don’t think that I have added a chocolate mousse recipes yet with citrus in it. Let me suggest this one: earl grey and orange infused blender chocolate mousse from the Floating Kitchen! It is Liz’s creative space where she loves to share her passion for food and photography. Her recipes are inspired by real, seasonal ingredients. And she loves a good kitchen experiment.
And she says: “I made this earl grey and orange infused blender chocolate mousse recipes for Valentine’s Day this year. And yes, it looks all fancy, festive and posh. But honestly, it is so easy to make. Because your blender has to do all the work for you here.”
Thank you Liz for the inspiration!
19) Chocolate Mousse with Baileys (Little Cooking Tips)
I have known Panos Diotis and Mirella Kaloglou for a very long time. These Greek food bloggers and foodies caught my attention years ago on Google+ but we never lost touch after it shut down. I am delighted to add one of their impressive creations from their website Little Cooking Tips to this chocolate mousse recipes roundup! What do you think of this chocolate mousse with Baileys?
They say: “This chocolate mousse is a must try for any chocolate addict: it is so decadent, rich and thick. We used our classic, traditional chocolate mousse recipe and spiked it with one of our favorite liquors: Baileys Irish Cream.”
Thank you so much Panos and Mirella for the daily inspiration!
20) Spiced Chocolate, Black Pepper And Coffee Mousse (House And Garden UK)
And we have come to our last one…
Let’s end this chocolate mousse recipes roundup with a bang! I like the sound of this spiced chocolate, black pepper and coffee mousse. Credits for this one go to Sabrina Ghayour, who I take it is a guest blogger over at the popular and well known House And Garden website.
She says: “This is a grown up take on a perennial favorite. I love the combination of chocolate and coffee. A wonderful match made in heaven. And a little spice really makes this chocolate mousse reach next level. Serve it with crispy wafers or coffee biscuits.”
Thank you so much Panos and Mirella for the daily inspiration!