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White chocolate mousse cake
White chocolate mousse cake
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Homemade white chocolate mousse cakes in small single portion bowls that taste wonderful and are a sight for the eyes. This is a perfect recipe to use for all different kind of chocolate mousse, just use the one you like, and you will have a delicious mousse.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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10 Graham biscuits
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50 gr Butter
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1 tablespoon Cacao powder

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300 ml Heavy cream
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1 Egg yellow
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150 gr White chocolate

Instructions:
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Melt the butter in a casserole.
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With an electrical mixer crumble the graham biscuits and mix with the cacao powder.
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Mix the melted butter and the biscuits together. Pour evenly in 6 single portion bowls. Press with a spoon on the biscuits.
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Place the bowls in the fridge until later.
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Melt on low heat the chocolate and let it cool down.
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Mix the cold melted chocolate with the egg yellow. If it becomes compact add some liquid heavy cream.
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Mix gently the melted chocolate with the rest of the liquid cream. Mix with an electrical mixer for a creamy fluffy mousse.
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Pour evenly on top of the cake bottom. Replace in the fridge for minimum 2 hours.
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