National Chocolate Mousse Day is celebrated around the United States on April 3 of every year. Chocolate Mousse is light yet plentiful food that is beaten until airy. Mousse can be sweet or savory. Sweet Mouses are often flavored with chocolate, coffee, caramel, or various herbs and spices, such as mint or vanilla. The mouse can be served as both hot or cold. Chocolate mousse is made by adding beaten egg yolks into melted chocolate and is always served cold. Savory mousses are mostly made from meat, fish, shellfish, foie gras, cheese, or vegetables. National Chocolate Mousse Day is to celebrate the divine dessert, i.e., chocolate mousse.
“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt.” – Charles M. Schulz
History of National Chocolate Mousse Day
The origin of this day is not known so far. Mousse is believed to be originated in France, because of its name. Chocolate mousse came into the United States in 1892 when the Boston Daily Globe published one of the first recipes for the mousse. In 1930, after the invention of the electric mixers, the egg was made more comfortable to whip resulting in the modern mousse. But the recipe attained its popularity after world war II, along with the growth of French cuisine in the country.
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How to Celebrate the Day
It can be celebrated by having a delicious dessert at any of your favorite restaurants. Chocolate mousse can be made in plenty of varieties from dark chocolate to milk chocolate, bittersweet, or any combination. So seize this day to kindle your creativity to prepare any of one of the combinations of chocolate mousse and make it attractive with the presentation. On this day, you can make a chocolate mousse and surprise your favorite sweet tooth friend. Share your thoughts with pictures on social media about National Chocolate Mousse Day by using the hashtag #ChocolateMousseDay.
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