Cappuccino Mousse Pie

This is very r-i-c-h due to the amount of whipping cream, but well worth the splurge. The recipe came from my mom's collection of clippings, from a magazine. For a change, I have made this without the crust - just layering the filling(s) in clear glasses ( I actually used those mini plastic wine glasses for a large crowd. I also have been known to add 2 tablespoons of coffee liquer to the whipping cream mixture before beating. Feel free to garnish with whipped cream & chocolate curls (and fresh raspberries if you have any). NOTE: Cooking time=chilling time.

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  • Melt chocolate chips - either in the microwave, 1-1 1/2 minutes, or stovetop in a small double boiler. Mix whipping cream, coffee granules, sugar and vanilla (and coffee liquer if you are using) in a large bowl until the coffee granules dissolve. Beat with electric mixer on high until stiff peaks form when beaters are lifted.
  • Remove & reserve 1 1/2 cups of the coffee whipped cream.
  • Gently fold the melted chocolate into the remaining whipped cream until well blended. Spread this evenly in the crust.
  • Spread and swirl the coffee whipped cream over the mousse. Chill until set. This will take at least 1 hour in the refrigerator, or 30 minutes in the freezer.
  • Garnish & serve.
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"This is very r-i-c-h due to the amount of whipping cream, but well worth the splurge. The recipe came from my mom's collection of clippings, from a magazine. For a change, I have made this without the crust - just layering the filling(s) in clear glasses ( I actually used those mini plastic wine glasses for a large crowd. I also have been known to add 2 tablespoons of coffee liquer to the whipping cream mixture before beating. Feel free to garnish with whipped cream & chocolate curls (and fresh raspberries if you have any). NOTE: Cooking time=chilling time."
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  1. Sweet PQ
    This is very r-i-c-h due to the amount of whipping cream, but well worth the splurge. The recipe came from my mom's collection of clippings, from a magazine. For a change, I have made this without the crust - just layering the filling(s) in clear glasses ( I actually used those mini plastic wine glasses for a large crowd. I also have been known to add 2 tablespoons of coffee liquer to the whipping cream mixture before beating. Feel free to garnish with whipped cream & chocolate curls (and fresh raspberries if you have any). NOTE: Cooking time=chilling time.
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