Chocolate Mousse Pie (Can Be Made Non-Dairy)

Total Time
1hr 55mins
Prep 25 mins
Cook 1 hr 30 mins

I get RAVE reviews and many requests for this recipe when i serve this. It's delicious and creamy! Since i made up the recipe, you might have a little chocolate mousse mixture left over - enough for two mug portions for later:-)

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Melt chocolate in the top of a double boiler.
  2. Then, beat at high speed until smooth: the melted chocolate, margarine, eggs, and sugar.
  3. (at this point i place the mixture back on the double boiler and heat it because of the raw eggs, but i've heard that there is only a possibility of Salmonella with CRACKED eggs, otherwise there is no danger at all).
  4. In clean and dry mixer, whip non dairy whipping cream until soft peaks form according to package directions (it took me a quarter of the time that it said it would on the box).
  5. Put some of that whipped topping aside for the top of the pie.
  6. Gently combine the chocolate mixture with the whipped dessert and scoop into pie crust.
  7. Freeze for a bit (45 minutes?) to set the chocolate layer.
  8. Spread rest of whipped topping on top.
  9. For a softer consistency, like pudding, keep in fridge, or take out with time to defrost it before serving. for a richer denser consistency, keep in freezer till a few minutes before serving.
  10. YUM!

Reviews

(2)
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To answer the other reviewer, there is a difference between regular chocolate and milk chocolate. I have a question now. Where do you find non-dairy whipping cream???

hollie6001 September 10, 2008

I would like to know how using chocolate or chocolate chips is dairy free? Are you using carob or is there another chocolate I should be looking for? Thank you!

khdewinter April 23, 2006

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