This is such a quick and easy recipe. It's not very chocolatey or too sweet, just thick and creamy with a touch of chocolate. I tried the Symphony bar with nuts before, but it didn't mix well with the cream. Too much oil or something? So stick with the plain! This time I only had one candy bar left so I made it with just 4.25 oz. of candy bar, but it still tasted yummy.
Even Sabrina, who rarely even tries new desserts, enjoyed this one. Of course Robin (who is very picky and doesn't have a sweet tooth) made a face at it so the kids got to split it. I tried to be good and only had a spoonful. But I don't want to know how much fat was in even that one spoonful!
Mousse in Almost a Minute
1 (7-oz.) Hershey's Symphony Creamy Milk Chocolate Candy Bar (plain)
2 c. heavy cream, whipped
In a small saucepan, melt the chocolate over low heat. Gradually add melted chocolate to whipped cream. Ready to serve or refrigerate.
*You can put in parfait glasses and top with raspberries or chocolate shavings.
*Put in pie crust and top with strawberries.
*Smooth in between layers of baked puff pastry.
*Add a sprinkle of cinnamon in when mixing.
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