The Only Chocolate Marshmallow Mousse Recipe You'll Ever Need

chocolate marshmallow mousse recipe
Tuesday, March 28, 2017

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When it comes to incredibly tasty yet simple desserts, this chocolate marshmallow mousse recipe has to be one of our favourites.

Instead of using egg to firm up the mousse mixture, this recipe uses marshmallows to create a light, airy and gelatinous texture that you’d expect from this popular dessert. And in terms of flavour, the marshmallow is definitely a welcomed addition.

But don’t take our word for it. Try it out and find out why this chocolate marshmallow mousse recipe is the only mousse recipe you’ll ever need!

Treat Yourself To This Easy, Egg-Free Mousse


• 150g marshmallows

• 50g soft butter

• 250g dark chocolate

• 60ml hot water

• 250ml fresh cream

• 1 tsp. vanilla essence

*Serves: 4-6

Chocolate marshmallow mousse recipe courtesy of Nigella Lawson


Step One

Place the marshmallows, butter, chocolate and water into a medium-sized saucepan and melt ingredients over a medium heat whilst stirring continuously. Set this aside and leave to cool once all ingredients have melted together.

Step Two

Mix the cream and vanilla essence together with a whisk or electric beater until firm peaks start to form.

Step Three

Fold the marshmallow chocolate mixture into the whipped cream and ensure the ingredients are blended together thoroughly.

Step Four

Pour mixture into 4 greased ramekins, and place ramekins in the fridge for approximately 3 hours, or until set.

With only a handful of ingredients and a few minutes of preparation time, this delightfully rich dessert is certainly worth adding to your recipe book!

Did you enjoy this chocolate marshmallow mousse recipe? Share your thoughts in the comment box below and let us know if you’ll be treating your family and friends to this wonderfully tasty dessert.

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