Last weekend, we celebrated my daughter’s birthday. When I asked her what she’d like (food-wise), she requested two things: nachos and chocolate mousse. Wow! Easy, peasy!
She always has been easy to cook for; we used to let the kids decide what their birthday meal would be. One year, her choice was soup. When asked whether she wanted green soup (vegetable soup) or red soup (vegetable soup with a can of Campbell’s Tomato Soup thrown in for good measure), she asked for both. As I said, easy peasy!
John looked after the nachos, with Trinity’s help. They were amazing!
I looked after the cake. The first step was to find a recipe. Have I mentioned how much I love Pinterest? The only thing I had to keep in mind was that it had to be gluten free. When I came across this recipe from Gluten-Free on a Shoestring, I knew it was “the one”.
It’s a simple recipe, really. The cake came out beautifully and, it was really good. Both the cake and the mousse were simple to make and delicious! Yeah, I licked out the bowl. Can’t let good chocolate mousse go to waste, you know… or should that be “to waist”? Never mind, it’s already there.
Even though neither John or I eat gluten free, I would make this cake again in a heartbeat. The cake layer was fudgy, tasty, with a great texture. The mousse? Well, what else is there to say about chocolate mousse but… YUM!
The recipe is definitely a keeper and one I will definitely make again and again!