This chocolate mousse recipe was inspired by a trip to Paris, where I had the best mousse ever! This mousse was literally out of this world good. How does this sound? Fluffy, rich, chocolatey, silky mousse toped with a thin chocolate disk and an elegant, edible gold flake; and eaten on a bench overlooking the Louvre. Pretty dreamy, right? I love and miss Paris for so many reasons, this definitely being one. I tried to make this mousse as close in taste as possible yet making it nutritional as well, and it turned out almost the same as I remember! I can't wait to someday be able to go back, but until then this chocolate mouse will do, as I dream of Paris;) I hope you enjoy this treat when ever your craving a little bit of Paris. (paleo, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, refined sugar free)
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