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Triple-Chocolate Mousse Cake

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Live the triple-chocolate dream with this showstopper. An ingeniously easy method yields an airy mousse layer atop rich, moist cake for a luscious way to please a crowd.
25 min
4 hr 55 min
24 servings
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this was so awesome. made it for Christmas party yesterday. added fresh raspberries to the center for some great color and additional flavor.
I just made this cake and it turned out perfect! After reading the previous reviews I was worried that might not work out but it came out flawlessly. I would like to say that I followed the recipe exactly and it was amazing. I used the 12-cup size pan, and there was no overflow. I put the cake in the fridge overnight and when taking it out of the pan it came out and there was no mess. I will definitely make it again!
Not difficult to make, yet looks gorgeous. Really a show stopper.
I really did not understand the reason for the chocolate syrup. I understand the idea of a glaze but the syrup ran and was a mess.
I was a bit intimidated after reading the recipe but it turned out to be really easy. Fit perfectly into the 12 cup pan. Everyone raved about how good it was!! Served it warm but was especially good after I had chilled it. will make again and again!!
This was a huge hit!! I even had my son coming over for the next two nights for more!! It turned out beautiful!! It's a keeper!
My 7-yr old daughter and I made this for my chocolate loving husband for Father's Day and he said this was the best cake anyone's ever made for him. Followed the instructions exactly and turned out great! Yes, time consuming but worth it for that special somebody or occasion. Bundt pan used was 15 cups and cake rises all the way to the top.
This did take a lot of time but it tasted fantastic. HOWEVER, it did not look anything like the picture. I don't know if I didn't bake it long enough or what but very soon after it was inverted the mousse started to crack. Luckily it was on a large platter because the mousse completely slid off the cake and it was a real mess. I needed it for a family dinner and it still tasted wonderful so I bought an angel food cake and converted it into a trifle. It looked and tasted great and no one knew. I will try it again but bake it longer I guess.
I made this cake after having it at my grandma's house. It is delicious, just time consuming. I always get compliments on how wonderful it is.
Made a Chocolate Lover happy!
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