Milk Chocolate Mousse Shots

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
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5 from 3 reviews

No Bake Desserts

Milk Chocolate Mousse Shots are the perfect party pick me up shots, that are creamy, delicious and extremely good looking.

Mousse desserts are probably among my favorite. They are pretty, easy to make, and look stunning. I have a collection of them, starting from Easy White Chocolate Mousse to Mousse Brownies.

Milk Chocolate Mousse Shots

Milk Chocolate Mousse Shots have a creamy texture and the mild chocolate flavor from the chocolate milk. This dessert is so smooth and it’s perfect for a party. Also, I just pumped the mousse into shot glasses, topped with fresh homemade whipped cream and some unsweetened cocoa to enhance the chocolate flavor. As a result, you have the perfect little dessert. Call it sweet finger food!

With football season around the corner, this is these milk chocolate mousse shots are the perfect pick me up dessert to serve. Also, it can be made days in advance, all you have to do is top it with whipped cream before serving. In addition, if you want to go all fancy, you can add some cognac to the milk chocolate mousse shots and shave a little chocolate on top. It will be perfect for the men and ladies attending to enjoy a few shots.

And when the servings are so tiny, you know what they say, its basically calorie free. So, you can just have a few instead of a cocktail. Also, it’s a perfect idea to make it in a few flavors so people can choose from. Similarly, these are perfectly portioned, won’t get you full so you have room to try other things.

You can spice these milk chocolate mousse shots up with some booze. However, if you plan on serving them to children, just divide the batter in half, and leave one half alcohol free. These are particularly good flavored with some Godiva or Baileys liqueur. I like them with the Chocolate Cherry Baileys, it adds such a nice aroma!

Why You’ll Love These Milk Chocolate Mousse Shots:

  • Firstly, they are puffy, pretty and delicious, and are a show stopper dessert.
  • Also, the presentation of the bowl makes them elegant.
  • Easy to find ingredients and minimum prep work is needed.
  • Chocolate makes them an elegant and thoughtful dessert.
  • Lastly, they can be made 1 day in advance, so you don’t have to worry about a last-minute dessert.
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5 from 3 reviews

Milk Chocolate Mousse Shots

Milk Chocolate Mousse Shots are the perfect party pick me up shots, that are creamy, delicious and extremely good looking.

Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 6 servings
Prep time: 40 minutes Total time: 40 mins

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Calories: 485 Carbohydrates: 27 Protein: 4 Fat: 43 Saturated Fat: 28 Cholesterol: 135 Sodium: 47 Potassium: 211 Fiber: 2 Sugar: 24 Vitamin A: 1460 Vitamin C: 0.6 Calcium: 76 Iron: 1.3
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Manali @ CookWithManali

looks so creamy and delicious!! I love it :)

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Ashley | Spoonful of Flavor

Yay for more desserts! I wish I had one of these mousse shots in front of me right now. I am craving chocolate and these would be perfect!

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Would love to send you one, they are so good!

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Byron Thomas

I just had cereal for lunch at the office. And, now I see this gorgeous creation!!!!!! I'm starving all over again. :) This looks so freaking good... silky smooth and beautifully prepared. Love the blue in everything!

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Oh Byron I can feel your pain here :)

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Dani @ Dani California Cooks

Yum!! These look delicious! When I first read "shot" I was thinking these were boozy ;)

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Dani they can totally be boozy, I specified that, but I have a toddler who enjoys the mousse, so I skipped the booze.

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I had to giggle - that you had to share something sweet because you didn't share a sweet treat in over a week!! I'm lucky if I manage to do more than 2 a MONTH! I love this - mousse shots - cut name. Pinning!

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lol Nagi I survive on dessert!

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My Dish is Bomb

You had me at shots. These would be super cute at a dessert table - I've never done that but it's an awesome idea! And actually makes sense for us bloggers who have tons of desserts always lying around. Love the photos too, I can see how super creamy your mousse is!

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Thanks girl, yes they are perfect for a dessert table!

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Meaghan | Cook. Craft. Love.

These look so elegant and decadent! Definitely perfect for a chocolate lover like me. Pinning!

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Thank Meaghan!

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Rachelle @ Beer Girl Cooks

Happy Mousse Monday! I love that you're serving shots on this Monday! I actually just made some mousse for the first time myself and I have to admit that I'm becoming obsessed too. I've been using fruit in mine, but I love the chocolate business you have going on here!

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I will add fruits next time, that's the things with mousse, its so versatile, and it goes well with many add ins!

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THE HUNGRY MUM

what a decadent sweet treat. Love mousse. These photos are beautiful.

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Thanks girl!

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Linda @ Today She Loves

Beautiful and very tempting photos! All that chocolate in one spoonful, yum!

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Yes Linda, its very tempting!

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Thao @ In Good Flavor

This mousse looks heavenly! Really, it's like a chocolate cloud. I would be going back for seconds and thirds. And such beautiful photos, Katalina! Pinning.

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I kept going for seconds and thirds Thao lol

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Kelly

Love these mousse shots! They looks so light and dreamy! Perfect for satisfying any chocolate craving :)

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Yes, they are the perfect size to indulge and tame a chocolate craving!

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Kathryn @ FoodieGirlChicago

I LOVE chocolate mousse!!! Serving it as shots is so perfect for entertaining. Beautiful photos too!!

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Christina

I need to make 80 mini chocolate mousse dessert shooters. About the size of a shot glass. How much of this recipe would i have to make to do that?

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oh boy 80 :) this recipe makes about 8! I would recommend making a batch first, see how many you get based on the shot glasses you use and adjust after that.

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ileen McCutcheon

How long in advance can I make these? (How long can they stay in the fridge prior to serving) Thanks!

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You can make them 1-2 days in advance, but top with whipped cream the day you intend to serve them. They can stay in the refrigerator (without whipped cream) for 3-4 days.

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