Double chocolate marbled mousse cake with fresh raspberries is a wonderful addition to your table over the Easter holidays. It’s really easy to make and piled high with chocolatey goodness over a crunchy biscuit base and a big heap of raspberries to make you feel a little less guilty about having a very large slice.
It’s totally delicious and a true treat if you gave up chocolate for lent. The rich, double chocolate mousse has a luxurious velvety texture and the double dose of both dark rich chocolate and smooth milk chocolate in the mousse topped with shards and curls of chocolate makes for a very indulgent dessert especially when it’s served with fresh clotted cream or a good quality vanilla ice cream.
A double chocolate marbled mousse cake doesn’t keep for long. Fresh raspberries have a habit of going bad really quickly so if you’re not baking for a large number then you can half the ingredients to make a smaller sized cake which can be eaten in one sitting.
This sumptuous dessert can be created simply using own brand ingredients from Co-Op where they have all of the ingredients you will need to make this recipe as well as a wide range of easy, home baking ideas for the Easter weekend. If you’re not able to make this recipe, why not head over there for some extra chocolate-y inspiration.
Disclaimer – I was asked by The Co-Op to create something amazing for dessert this Easter as part of their Home Baking campaign.
I was provided with vouchers to cover the cost of ingredients
All opinions are my own