Chocolate Mousse Cups

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One of my fondest childhood memories is being in the kitchen with my great grandma while watching her cook and bake. To this day, I simply cannot recreate her homemade chocolate pudding. She always used fresh wholesome ingredients. No matter how hard I try, I would always either overcook it or didn’t add in just the right amount of cocoa. Luckily, I came across KozyShack chocolate pudding. I’ve tried so many other brands, but KozyShack really hit a home run with theirs! Just like my great grandma, they use really simple and wholesome ingredients. I now no longer need to try to make it from scratch! Well, at least not for right now. However, I’ve come to trust the KozyShack brand. I love knowing what ingredients are inside of my food, especially since I have a food color allergy. KozyShack keeps me worry free!

KozyShack has officially kicked off their Summer of Pudding campaign! Yes! Each month is a great theme, of whether you’re eating pudding at a picnic, with friends, or with your family gathered up together and relaxing on the couch watching a favorite family movie.

As most of you know, I like trying to think outside of the box in how I keep the philosophy of using wholesome and simple ingredients, and try to transform this amazing chocolate pudding into something else. Hence, I came up with a makeshift chocolate mousse cups in a homemade chocolate cup that was topped with homemade whipped cream and mini chocolate chips! I can’t take claim for the idea of making chocolate bowls, as I got the idea off of a Youtube video. However, I can take credit for making mini ones and filling them with this delicious yumminess!

Chocolate Mousse Cups
Yield: 9

Chocolate Mousse Cups

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes


  • 1 Cup of KozyShack chocolate pudding
  • 1 Cup of Semi Sweet Mini Chocolate chips (have a little extra to side for garnishment)
  • 1 Cup of Heavy Cream
  • 1 Teaspoon of vanilla extract
  • 1 Teaspoon of Sugar
  • 9 Water Balloons filled with air. No fully, just enough to create a small balloon about 1 1/2 to 2 inches wide.


  • In a medium sized bowl, add heavy cream, vanilla extract, and sugar. Blend with a handheld mixer on medium. Continue until you see stiff peaks. Place in the fridge to keep chilled while doing the rest.
  • In a double boiler method, melt your chocolate chips. Don't get the chocolate too hot or you will scorch it. You can also melt in the microwave, I prefer in the double boil method.
  • On a piece of parchment paper, add a dollop of melted chocolate and spread into the size of a quarter. Make 9 chocolate dots.
  • Dip the balloons inside of the chocolate and spread around. Then place on top of chocolate dots.
  • Allow to cool and firm up. You can place in the fridge to help increase cooling time.
  • While mini chocolate bowls are cool, let's make a super quick chocolate mousse. In a medium sized bowl, add KozyShack Chocolate pudding and 1/2 cup of the whipped cream you made. Mix well and then place in the fridge.
  • Remove chocolate cups from fridge when they have completed firmed up. This will take about 15 minutes.
  • Pop the balloons and remove and balloon remnants.
  • Place the rest of the whipped cream in a pastry bag with a big star tip.
  • Fill each chocolate bowl with the make shift chocolate mousse. Top with whipped cream and mini chocolate chips!
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    There’s the recipe, and here’s the play by play on a visual level for you!

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    The main ingredients you will need! I can’t wait to dig into the KozyShack chocolate pudding!

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    Here are those chocolate dots that you need to make. I used a spoon to assist with the making of them.

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    Cover the base of the balloons and half way up the balloon. You can make each one unique and make different sizes. Don’t worry about trying to a perfectionist!

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    Then there’s the make shift chocolate mousse! I call it make shift because chocolate mousse takes a little bit longer to make. This is super fast, easy, wholesome, and delicious.

    chocolate pudding 5Use about a Tablespoon of chocolate mousse per cup.

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    Top with your homemade whipped cream you just made.

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    Then finish up with some mini chocolate chips! They’re so easy to make and super delicious!

    I hope you enjoyed this post, and hope you have an amazing Summer of Pudding while making some memories with your friends and family members!

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