Chocolate mousse is a standard bistro dessert, in part because it's so easy and quick to serve. Here it is in it's classic form: chocolate and butter melted together, cooled slightly, and combined with egg yolks; then whipped cream and sweetened egg whit's are gently folded into the mixture. In France, they would serve chocolate mousse from a big bowl, scooped onto a plate with some cookies. At Bouchon, they serve it in lidded pot de cream molds with langues de chat cookies.
Servings Per Container 4