Your Chocolate Priestess made a second recipe from this book she will be revealing to you all soon, I promise. This time I also used a potential Sacrament in the process, one from our friends at Astor Chocolate.
Wrong! There are four different stages to making this mousse and each took a bit of time.
chocolate dessert shells I received from Astor. I've never used this sort of product before but the box said you could use the little chocolate cups for all sorts of things ranging from ice cream to fruit to mousse so I decided to try it with this mousse.
I was very pleased with how these Astor Chocolate Dessert Shells worked. It made even my first mousse attempt look a bit more elegant. With several major holidays approaching, I could see these used in a variety of ways. They could become a grave that you put a candy tombstone or bones on top of -- I saw things like that at my local Target recently. They could become a basket for Thanksgiving samples or a gift box of fruits and candies. I think only your imagination could limit what you could do with these shells. Astor also has round dessert shells and liquor cups as well. You can buy one box or in bulk, bulk is a better price.
Sisters and Brothers, may you too take the time to slowly appreciate what the Divine and human ingenuity have offered you in chocolate.