By GaylaV on February 19, 2007
Photo by flower7
Photo by flower7
"Although cool whip can never take the place of whipping cream it can cut down the calories, make a very quick dessert and taste lovely as well. I served this in small dessert dishes with a very small piece of chocolate to garnish. Although I used milk chocolate, it could also be made with dark. The idea for this recipe came from Kraft."
Serving Size: 1 (66 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 8
nothing else to say ,everyone loved it and was easy. I mixed one third of cw with chocolate and blended it good then added the rest of the cw ,that way it did not cool off to quick. This will go to our xmas party definitely. I used what was left over also. I thinly sliced a frozen pound cake and spread the mousse on thinly. Put it back together and thinly icinged the cake. Omg that was good. And it looked like it took forever and did not. Thanks! I have more than one chocolate lover in my family."
"Siple, easy, and WONDERFUL! Thank you so much for a QUICK chocolate fix! God Bless!"
"Really light and delicious , and EASY! dessert :) I added doubled the amount of chocolate, but I'm a chocoholic lol. Thanks! Made this for ZWT4 for the Chic Chefs."
"Well, I'm not sure what I did wrong, but I could not get my melted chocolate to mix into the Cool Whip as nicely as the picture shows. It hardened into little flecks pretty quickly instead of being smooth. It happened both times I tried it. So I ended up adding 1/2 c milk combined with 0.5 oz of chocolate pudding mix, so it was at least a chocolate color. It still tasted good!! Thanks for posting!"
"This is amazingly easy. I couldn't believe it tasted so delicious! This makes a quick chocolate fix and a great and easy dessert that will impress your guests. Thanks for sharing!"
"This was super simple to make and yummy to eat! I threw it together one night when I was craving chocolate and it hit the spot! I put it in parfait glasses and topped with a dollop of cool whip. Thanks for posting!!!"
"5 stars from me too! I used a 99 cent bar of dark chocolate, a little less than 6 oz., Aldi's Choceur brand, and an 8 oz. container of CoolWhip. That worked very well. Minimal work, maximum taste. AND inexpensive! It's a little odd mixing it together; it sets very quickly. But I guarantee you'll be licking the whisk AND your fingers. Thanks so much for posting...Janet"
"Oh WOW! This is very delicious! I will be making this again. It is very easy to make. This will be an excellent dessert over this summer when we have our backyard swim parties. The only thing I messed up on and it's really no big thing was that I melted the chocolate and then put the cool whip on top. It was hard to get all the melted chocolate off the bottom of the bowl. But that's what happens when you are making three things at once and reading off the computer in another room!! Still it was very delicious and easy to make. Love this recipe!!!"
"Mmm mmm good! I had a partial container of fat-free Cool Whip I needed to use and found this recipe which was perfect. I had to guess on amounts a bit since I wasn't sure exactly how much whip I had. I used premium milk chocolate. For being made with fat-free C.W. this was surprisingly rich. Thanks so much for the recipe!"