Many of the fine-quality bittersweet chocolates sold at supermarkets typically contain 50 to 60 percent cocoa solids. If you choose chocolate with a higher percentage, your mousse may be slightly denser.
Because bittersweet chocolate is high in pure chocolate (at least 35 percent cocoa solids), it's best used when a deep chocolate flavor is called for. It's also a great eating chocolate. Semisweet chocolate, which has more sugar and fewer cocoa solids than bittersweet, can often be substituted in recipes without significantly affecting the flavor or texture.
Chocolate Lover's Chocolate Mousse Pie ~ This amazing pie has a chocolate crust with a milk chocolate coating, fluffy chocolate filling, whipped cream and is topped with a chocolate drizzle. Perfect elegant pie for the holidays!
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The BEST Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Mousse Filling! My favorite chocolate cake recipe with dark choc mousse fillling and warm frosting poured on top! AMAZING! Recipe from TastesBetterFromScratch.com: