I’ve spent years experimenting with various types of chocolate mousses.
Some I’ve made myself, some I’ve bought from online shops, and a few I’ve used in a traditional Chinese recipe.
I recently had a go at making my own.
I found out the hard way that you really don’t need to be a master chocolate mucker to make a great chocolate moustache.
You just need a couple of ingredients that can be sourced at the store.
I started with a basic recipe that I thought would be easy enough to follow.
If you don’t want to go crazy and start making your own mousse, here’s how you can do it: Make your own chocolate mème à la carte If I’m honest, I’ve never made a mousse in my life before, so I didn’t have much experience.
I’d tried to use a few different kinds of chocolate in this recipe and they all ended up being dry and thick.
You might have to make one small batch for yourself, but it’s worth it for the chance to make something you really like and that tastes great.
First, you’ll need some cocoa powder.
For this recipe, I’m using Cocoa Nut Oil from Burt’s Bees, but you can use any chocolate powder you like.
Put a tablespoon of cocoa powder into a mixing bowl and mix it until the mixture is very well mixed.
Next, add a little of the cocoa powder to a saucepan and whisk until it comes together.
Add the rest of the chocolate powder to the mixing bowl.
Then, add the melted chocolate.
Finally, pour the chocolate mixture into a lined mug.
Take the mug off the heat and pour the mousse into it.
Once the mouses have cooled, you can add some more cocoa powder and mix until you have a thick mixture.
The mousse should be pretty thick, but the moustaches will look nice even if it’s not that thick.