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Triple-Chocolate Mousse Cake

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Live the triple chocolate dream with this showstopping mousse cake. We've got a video here to take you through the recipe, step by simple step.
25 min
4 hr 55 min
24 servings
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I love this cake! It is rich, so small pieces are good. The only thing I wish they had told you is that you need to invert the cake onto a flat dish. I tried to use a large serving platter, and the middle fell in because the edge of the cake was higher than the middle. Can't wait to make it again!
I din't think it would turn out the way on the picture and it did. Very good cake.
This recipe is GREAT! It turned out almost like the picture...the mousse layer didn't mix as well? I followed the directions but maybe the cream cheese wasn't warm enough? The flavor was still perfect and the kids loved it!
This cake was absolutely delicious! My family loved it and said it was a "keeper". I didn't have a 12 cup fluted tube pan so I made it in a large tube pan and covered the bottom of the pan with foil...I lost a little of the chocolate syrup but it was fabulous!!!
to jeanni10...divided just means that you wont use all seven eggs at one time..for example in this recipe you use 3 in the cake mixture and the other four in the mousse mixture
I have a question, Why are the eggs divided? When I see that in a recipe, I separate egg and egg white! What is meant by divided?
Made this yesterday for a friends bd, have a 2nd 1 in the oven now, & will make 1 more for a potluck later today. Needless to say, this cake is incredible!!! Followed the directions exactaly & its unbelievable how it turns into these layers & the chocolate syrup is like a glaze so it needs no frosting or anything. Definately a keep in my house!!! For a meeting with the girlfriends, I might try adding some instant coffee & a little cinnamon but its perfect the way it is!
I want to try this for Thanksgiving but will do a test cake 1st(lesson learned!) Can this cake be frozen?
this cake was very good but not as favorful as I would like. I think next time I'll put in some instant coffee in the moussee layer to give it more punch.
To nicpriest...did you cool on a wire rack and then refrigerate for 2 hours? I think that would've set the mousse layer.
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