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Chocolate Mousse Torte

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We conducted an unscientific, yet delicious, taste test and all agree: As creamy, luscious chocolate pies go, our Chocolate Mousse Torte is the best around.
20 min
3 hr 20 min
16 servings
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This was pretty tasty but it wasn't anything special. It tasted like really good chocolate pudding, not like mousse. I was also disappointed that the cookies softened when the dessert was chilled so they had no crunch left when served. The dessert was very pretty, I topped it with semi-sweet chocolate chips and small strawberries rather than curls and raspberries. It was beautiful but not very impressive otherwise.
I changed things up a little using white chocolate pudding mix and white chocolate baker's square to mix into the pudding mix. I still topped with semi-sweet chocolate curls. Tasted amazing!
This was delicious!!! It was easy and fun to make! I will definitely make this again. ENJOY!!
This was beautiful, delicious, and very easy to make!
My wife actually made this to take to my niece's family for Thanksgiving. It was one of the biggest hits of the day. My wife made this again last night and the family REALLY enjoys it! Another plus is how easy it is to put together!
I love this recipe, Everybody at the Airforce party love and enjoy this dessert. I will def. going to do this again.
This dessert should not be called a "Mousse" - it is not at all light and fluffy - the pudding and chocolate mixture makes it very thick and rich and trying to incoporate the melted chocolate into the pudding was a real challenge as it clumped up. It was also very messy to slice and serve and the taste wasn't anything special - just a fancy chocolate pudding.
I made this recipe for my name-day and it came up awersome in spite of the many substitutes I made. First I didn't have enough chocolate pudding so I replaced half of it with vanilla pudding. I used overall only about 1.5 packs of pudding instead of 2. I also added some vanilla extract. Then, I used unsweetened chocolate w/ a little sugar. It came up perfect: my sister's roommate kept asking it if was bought. And it wasn't definitely too sweet.
I made it for Thanksgiving and it was a big hit. Looked so pretty that my sister thought I bought it at a bakery.
The part I had trouble with was the plastic wrap wanting to shift everything when I was first putting the chocolate mousse in, but I am definitely making this again so I feel like I will get the hang of it. I saw somewhere if you spray the pan before the plastic wrap it will hold the wrap in place so I may try that. The recipe was easy though and everyone loved it. Definite crowd pleaser.
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