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Instant Chocolate Mousse

Instant Chocolate Mousse: When you haven't got time for overnight setting in the fridge or you don't want to use raw eggs, this mousse is perfect. In fact, at all times, constraints or not, it is chocaliciously gorgeous.

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from Not Quite Nigella

Nigella Lawson - Instant Chocolate Mousse from Nigella Express

Chocolate mousse (without raw eggs) for the 'better than sex cupcakes' Nigella Lawson – Instant Chocolate Mousse from Nigella Express @ Not Quite Nigella

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from NYT Cooking

Intense Chocolate Mousse Cake

There is very little that needs to be said about a chocolate mousse cake This one lives up to its name It is gloriously intense

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from Nigella.com

Chocolate Pear Pudding

This is a cross between Pears Belle Helene and Eve's Pudding, but the only important thing to remember is that this is easy, quick, very comforting and seems to please absolutely everyone.

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Chestnut Chocolate Pots

Chestnut Chocolate Pots: I'm almost embarrassed by how easy these are. It's true that you do need a processor, though you could just chop well and whisk using a lot of elbow grease. As an experiment, I also tried the chestnut pots as chestnut chocolate mousses: the mousses were more work and not as good; this - lazy - way provides a much more meltingly luscious texture.

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from delicious. magazine

Nigella Lawson's chocolate biscuits

Nigella Lawson calls these simple chocolate biscuits 'Granny Boyd's biscuits' after her editor's, Eugenie Boyd, granny – who gave her the recipe. You can find the melt-in-the-mouth recipe in Paul A Young's Sensational Chocolate (£20), published to raise funds for The Children's Air Ambulance.

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