I’m not a fan of white chocolate. I find it extremely sweet and considering it’s not exactly chocolate per se, I think I can be forgiven. White chocolate is not even made using cocoa powder. Rather they use a blend of cocoa butter, milk solids, sugar etc.
Anyway, even though I’m not a fan, I did want to try it out in a dessert. I’m not averse to baking with it. Just eating it. So I thought the easiest form of dessert to try out was a mousse. It’s light and airy and once again a single serve dessert. You don’t have to worry about finishing it or make large quantities of it. Of course you can if you want to.
Except for my sister, no one in my house is a HUGE dessert fan. We’ll eat our desserts in moderation. So baking a gigantic cake or an extra-large sized tub of goodies are a no no. Hence, the White Chocolate Mousse. Thankfully it turned out well. A tad oversweet for my taste but you learn as you try new things. The texture though was perfect and that’s what counts. This was my first time making a mousse and I was a little nervous. Desserts like these can very easily be goofed up. And as usual, I never keep backups.
I crossed my fingers and hoped it would turn out well. It did.