Did you know that you can make the world’s simplest and fluffiest chocolate mousse in just 2 ingredients? Without whipping cream? Now you know! This good chocolate mousse is made on only chickpea shovel and dark chocolate. It is dreamy as it is, but it is very good in the usual order to serve sour berries to such a chocolatey story.
The secret ingredient is chickpea shovel. Whisk it white and fluffy, down with the chocolate, stir, pour, refrigerate, top with berries, serve! SO heaven easy. You just have to try. The recipe gives 4 servings.
2.5 dl chickpea shovel (the shovel from 2 packs / jars with chickpea paddle of about 400g)
200 g dark chocolate (at least 70% cocoa content)
fresh berries and lemon balm to serve.
- Chop the dark chocolate and place in a heat-resistant bowl or cup. Gently heat over a water bath or in the microwave. Allow to cool at room temperature while preparing the chickpea paddle.
- Place a fine-mesh strainer in the opening of a bowl of glass or metal. Pour the contents of the can / package with soaked chickpeas into the strainer so that only the shovel flows down into the bowl. Remove the chickpeas (bake these useful chocolate chip cookies with them).
- Whisk the chickpea paddle with electric whisk until you get a white and firm foam. Add the melted chocolate and gently flip over to a smooth chocolate batter with a licking pot.
- Pour the chocolate mousse into 4 glasses and place in the refrigerator to set for at least 1h.
- Top with fresh berries and lemon balm just before serving.