6 Reviews

This is really good. I have eaten it lots of time at Chava's house when she made it for Passover and all year round and now I made it for dessert for friends at the Passover seder. We all loved it. It was the perfect desset since we were already stuffed and just wanted something sweet to end the meal. One small slice of this is so rich and satisfying. Really worth the effort.

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Caryn Gale April 21, 2003

Excellent recipe - very chocolately! Curious if other's served it straight from freezer or fridge? Mine was from fridge and very messy.

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wonderpets51 May 09, 2016

This is my classic fallback Pesach recipe and it always gets RAVE reviews. Thinking about all that margarine kind of makes me shudder, but this is utterly delicious. You won't believe there's no flour in the bottom layer... and no dairy in the top! p.s. I sometimes spread a thin layer of raspberry jam - seedless - between the "baked" and "frozen" layers for a nice finishing touch.

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Jay3fer March 28, 2010

I made this recipe during Passover this year. It was delicious! I wouldn't hesitate to make this recipe all-year-round.

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aviva May 07, 2008

This was delicious! It tasted even better after another day in the fridge. Great Pesach desert!!! Thanks so much for posting this! Surely a favorite!

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Ukosherian April 20, 2008

This is a family favorite recipe; it just isn't Passover without this yummy mousse cake. We sometimes put in a tablespoon of liquor and always serve this with whipped cream.

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scancan March 26, 2008
Chocolate Mousse Cake for Passover