Sweet Punch: Eggless Instant Chocolate Mousse

This is my first Sweet Punch participation and one of the sweets chosen of this month was Eggless Instant Chocolate Mousse. The other two recipes were Tomato Souffle and Chocolate Mousse with egg. I joined the sweet punch group just before Dasera and what better day to start off the new event than on Dasera! Hence, the sweet for this Dasera was eggless chocolate mousse. I also wanted to try tomato souffle before the deadline but never got to bake it.

Eggless Chocolate Mousse

Source: Nigella Lawson
Serves: 6

Print Recipe


  • 150 gms Mini Marshmallows
  • 50 gms Butter
  • 60 ml Hot Water
  • 250 gms Chocolate chopped into small pieces (100 gm semi-sweet and 150 gms bakers semi-sweet chocolate)
  • 284 ml Heavy Cream (I suggest light cream or whipping cream)
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
Instant eggless chocolate mousse


  • In a heavy bottom sauce pan melt chocolate, butter, marshmallows and water on medium-low to low flame, stirring the mixture.
  • Melting chocolate, marshmallows & butter
  • Once the chocolate, marshmallows & butter melt, remove from the stove and let the mixture cool.
  • Melted chocolate, marshmallows & butter
  • Meantime, whip the cream with vanilla extract until thick and soft peaks form.
  • Whipped Cream
  • Fold the cream into the chocolate mixture. Actually, I did vice-versa. I folded in the chocolate mixture into the whipped cream. The only reason I did this was because my cream bowl was bigger than the sauce pan in which I melted the chocolate mixture.
  • Pour this mixture into serving bowls and chill for at least 1 hour before serving.
  • Chilling chocolate mousse


  • I used heavy cream and the mousse was very heavy. The next time I make this mousse, I will try either light cream or whipped cream, which ever has fewer calories and fat.
Instant eggless chocolate mousse

7 thoughts on “Sweet Punch: Eggless Instant Chocolate Mousse

  1. I have just made this for my grandson’s birthday,it’s fantastic.I used this recipe because i don’t like mousse made with eggs,i also took Nigella’s advice to use a light cream and it’s perfect.Thank you.

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