Do you have a sweet tooth or a ravenous appetite? Then these delicious Eggless Chocolate Mousse Brownie is the right choice for you! These creamy and moist brownies have an enticing appeal to them and they can draw even the most rigid dieters into their grasps!
Surprise, Surprise! Mother Nature again has decided to play with us and has sent an awry storm towards us. Today is a stormy, snowy day. Schools have been called off and kids are home. They are enjoying a day off from school and are frantically looking around the house scavenging any sweets they can ﬁnd. Eggless Chocolate Mousse Brownie
To satisfy their hunger pangs and to keep them busy, what can I do? Well, why not bake a velvety and silky mousse layered, irresistible brownie. The name itself has got them jumping with joy.
I am wondering how they will react when they see the finished Eggless Chocolate Mousse Brownie. 🙂 🙂 I am sure my kids won’t be able to withstand the entrancing vibes coming from these brownies!
- soft, chocolatey
- and not cakey at all!
And the complementing mousse topping is:
- and great tasting!
With just the right amount of chewiness and sweetness, these two layers compliment each other beautifully! Together, it is a subtle combination of an elegant dessert!
How to make this Eggless Chocolate Mousse Brownie?
Besides being yummy and delectable, I can even bet that the procedure to make these brownies will make your mouth water. This one-bowl Eggless Chocolate Mousse Brownie is made from scratch and tastes delicious on its own.
For brownie layer– simply add all the ingredients to a bowl and whisk until combined. Bake as directed. While the brownie is baking, prepare the mousse. This rich and decadent mousse gets its creamy texture from cocoa powder, agar-agar, and heavy whipped cream. Together they create a super light and fluffy chocolate mousse.
This mousse when spooned over a cooled brownie packs a flavor of punch in itself. Time to treat your taste buds with a soft and smooth mousse along with a satisfying chunk of brownie sounds amazing. Isn’t it? Trust me, it tastes heavenly!!
I can rave about these brownies all day long. You’ll have to try for yourself to experience the mesmerizing and enchanting taste of the brownies topped with mousse. I encourage you to give this recipe a try and share your feedback! If you have questions related to this recipe, send me an email and I would be happy to answer them. We’d love to hear from you. 🙂
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Eggless Chocolate Mousse Brownie
- 3 cups Heavy Whipping Cream (liquid)
- 2.5 teaspoon Agar-agar dissolved in 2.5 tablespoon water (or unflavored gelatin)
- 2 cups Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
- 1/2 cup + 2 tablespoon extra Powdered Sugar
- 2 teaspoon Cornstarch
FOR BROWNIE LAYER
- Preheat oven @350 degree F. Assemble dry ingredients.
- Assemble wet ingredients.
- Combine chocolate chips and milk in a microwavable bowl.
- Microwave for 40 seconds. Remove and whisk until smooth and melted.
- Combine all the dry and wet ingredients in a bowl. Whisk until well blended.
- Pour batter into a greased 8x8 pan.
- Bake for 35 minutes or until the toothpick comes out clean. Allow it to cool completely.
FOR MOUSSE LAYER
- Combine agar-agar and water in a bowl.
- Allow it to bloom in water for around 5 minutes.
- Add chocolate chips to a bowl. Set it aside.
- Meanwhile, heat 1 cup of heavy cream in a saucepan over medium-high heat. Bring it to a slight boil.
- Add bloomed agar-agar to cream and allow it simmer for about 5 minutes (on medium-low heat) until it is completely dissolved. This process will hydrate agar-agar, which will allow it to set well. After 5 minutes, take it off the flame. The cream will become slightly thick.
- Pour this mixture over chocolate chips and whisk until chocolate is completely melted. Set aside to cool to about room temperature. Keep stirring occasionally.
- The chocolate mix will become thick. Please do not add hot chocolate to whipped cream.
- Combine remaining 2 cups of heavy cream, powdered sugar, and cornstarch to a bowl. Beat until stiff peaks forms. Cornflour/cornstarch helps whipped cream to holds its shape. It acts as a stabilizing agent.
- Carefully stir in half of the whipped cream into the melted chocolate-agar-agar-mix.
- Fold it gently until fully incorporated. Do not whisk.
- Repeat the process with rest of the whipped cream and fold gently.
- Time to assemble. Before you start layering, make sure brownie is completely cooled.
- Generously top the brownie layer with chocolate mousse. Allow it to chill for 4-6 hours or overnight.
- After the rest time, cut into equal squares.
- Drizzle with chocolate.
- Sprinkle with beads and
Mousse will lose its texture if it’s kept at the room temperature for an extended period of time.
Therefore, remove the Chocolate Brownie mousse from the fridge 20 minutes in advance. In that timeframe, the mousse will soften, but not to that extent that it will start to lose its texture. Run a knife deep into the base and cut yourself a slice. Enjoy!