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A nice, rich moose that is super easy to make but looks and tastes like you slaved for hours!
"A really simply kid friendly mousse recipe that tastes great and can be whipped up anytime to both indulge and impress. My young nieces enjoyed making this with me almost as much as they enjoyed devouring it... For an adult indulgence, we did splurge a little and added an extra garnish of fresh raspberries macerated in Chambord (raspberry liqueur)."- sgrishka
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Top-ranked recipe named "Chocolate Raspberry Moose with Chocolate Heart Garnish"
To make the chocolate heart garnish all you need is 1 bottle of Smucher's Magic Shell and a cookie cutter. Place a a strip of wax paper on a metal cookie sheet than place in the freezer for about 1 hour. Place cookie cutter in the freezer as well. Once everything is very cold, pour a small amount of the magic shell into the cookie cutter, hold in place for 10 seconds then remover. The chocolate should be pretty close to frozen. Note: if you have metal cookie cutters they work better, if all you have is plastic (thats what I used) once you pour the chocolate in the mold, place it back into the freezer for 30 secons, then remove. Make sure you keep the cookie sheet and chocolate shapes in the freezer until you are ready to serve, they will melt.
To make the moose, empty 1 package of instant pudding into a mixing bowl. Add in whipping cream and extract ( you can use any flavor you like, or use flavored liquer) and chocolate pudding cups, mix until you have firm peaks. Scoop moose into large ziplock bag, pressing into 1 corner, snip the corner and use like a pastry bag filling a martini glass or other dish. Add chocolate heart, garnish with a strawberry or other fruit. Enjoy!
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MarineWife3353 2 weeks agoMade it for Valentines day today for my hubby and I. I added fresh raspberries and made a make shift heart cookie cutter to make the chic heart lol couldn't find one anywhere! This is a delicious recipe. You can also substitute for more healthy choices such as fat free or low fat pudding when making this dessert :)
kenderbard 6 months agoVery yummy, though I didn't have raspberry extract or much of anything for flavoring. I made it without and it seemed lacking something. Two spoonfuls of hershey cocoa powder made it just perfect!
KarkatVantas552 6 months ago
ADJC1997 1 year agoLiked it a lot, so did my family.
samishepard87 2 years ago
dhyana 4 years agovalentines day is coming up, rest the week before, have fun buying the groceries and surprise ur husband.....
sgrishka 4 years agoA really simply kid friendly mousse recipe that tastes great and can be whipped up anytime to both indulge and impress. My young nieces enjoyed making this with me almost as much as they enjoyed devouring it... For an adult indulgence, we did splurge a little and added an extra garnish of fresh raspberries macerated in Chambord (raspberry liqueur).
mandylee1081 5 years ago
mandylee1081 5 years ago[I posted this recipe.]