100 comments on “Making MOST VIRAL YouTube Recipe❣️Simple Chocolate Mousse”

  1. emmymadeinjapan says:

    When you're editing a video and have no memory of growling at a faceted dessert. 🤷🏻‍♀️

  2. dallak93 says:

    Party game: take a shot everytime Emmy whispers "chocolate"

  3. Maria Loredo says:

    Emmy what mic do you use?

  4. Jimin’s Chocolate Abs says:

    She’s so wholesome

  5. Maruta Kelers says:

    Nowadays, scientists ascribe the aphrodisiac qualities of chocolate, if any, to two chemicals it contains. One, tryptophan, is a building block of serotonin, a brain chemical involved in sexual arousal. The other, phenylethylamine, a stimulant related to amphetamine, is released in the brain when people fall in love.

  6. Hanna Nicole Gimeno says:

    I love all of Emmy’s shirts they make me so happy, not to mention her noises and facial expressions💛

  7. Hanna Nicole Gimeno says:

    Also, for everyone saying it’s not mousse, it’s not Emmy’s fault that it’s called that don’t come for her. She needs to be protected for how cute she is

  8. Rebecca Bradford says:

    More like a chocolate pudding not a mousse.

  9. idontwannabealoneanymore says:

    Your channel is like a breath of fresh air after being stuck underwater 💕 so soothing, cheerful, and genuinely funny!!!! Also this looks insanely tasty –

  10. Michael Annino says:

    I am definitely going to have to get the mold. I am going to try this. I will make 1 small adjustment and add 1/4tsp cyanne powder to the cocoa powder sprinkled on top.

  11. Gareth David says:

    Looks like diarrhea, looks delectable

  12. Lhae Greenleaf says:

    “Mom can I try?”
    Emmy, huddled over the loaf of chocolate mousse: “no it’s REALLY spicy you won’t like it”

  13. Jaycee Lopeezy says:

    You are so stinkin cute!😁😍💜😃

  14. Ritualmist says:

    I’m allergic to cocoa powder and can’t enjoy chocolate anymore. Will there be non cocoa based videos for Valentines?

  15. DivinityBleu says:

    For an amazing effect, you could have dusted it with alternating bars of cocoa powder AND powdered sugar by using parchment to keep the lines straight. I bet that would look amazing….at least for an initial presentation. Or you could dust a little powdered sugar on top of the cocoa powder if you want to keep it from turning transparent too quickly. Of course, if you aren't presenting to a crowd, you just dust your individual servings.

  16. Chelsey Leigh says:

    I imagined the most viral recipe would be the raindrop cake, or the cheesecake

  17. Gary Thompson says:

    Try wax paper instead of parchment paper on the bottom or spray non-stick cooking spray on the parchment so it does not stick to the mousse.

  18. smileyShiiZniTZ says:

    Lol how is this Japanese, its straight up an Italian chocolate panna cotta

  19. Ruth Umphrey says:

    An easier way of making mousse would be Dream Whip and Pudding.. 🙂 Lots of different flavors you can make and it is AWESOME as cake frosting 🙂

  20. vampyr69 says:

    Looks a little too gelatinous for me…like brown canned cranberry sauce

  21. Arjay Ess says:

    Mousse twerk!

  22. Amy Miner says:

    Next time try plastic wrap sprayed with cooking spray instead of parchment paper. It will come off cleanly.

  23. Aya 010 says:

    Aaaaaaa I love people with soothing voices, u give off such a peaceful vibe ❣

  24. Savy Horn says:

    Valentine’s Day became what it is (Chocolate, flowers, cards and trinkets) with that romantic notion during the Victorian era. Because of Valentines’s story in Ancient Rome, they associated couples to Valentines’s day. Anywho, the cards, flowers and chocolates were popular in Victorian times because of courtships and courting a lady of interest. Chocolate at the time was a rare item and makes for a very special treat for the lady in court. The cards, was always given with a message and name for consideration to see. Flowers was also a very high status gift.

    But I don’t know all of its details but it did came from the courting in Victorian times where it became more more of the holiday today.

  25. Lucynda Riley says:

    That corn recipe is amazing!!!!! Its one of my favorite things to eat.

  26. Bobso says:

    She's so damn charming isn't she? What a lovely lady 👒💄👠

  27. Isaac Foxx Tech Support says:

    Wow, yeah that looks really good…I gotta try that one day

  28. Savage Historian says:

    Actual traditional french mousse au chocolat is easier.

  29. Jose Hernandez says:

    These comments are annoying most of them are complaining that "it's not a mousse" nobody cares watch the video the name isn't that serious

  30. Sam Basina says:

    8:24 there's the dent lol
    Love you Emmy!!! 💖💖💖

  31. Johnny Tran says:

    Emmy with corona virus shit under my skin (not literally but u know), please make a chinese halal dishm thank you.

  32. mbulliedogz says:

    Looks yummy

  33. donricha1 says:

    Isn't it essentially chocolate Panna Cotta?

  34. Tarod Gavaskar says:

    Just pipe some lovely whipped cream decor around those edges. mmmmmm

  35. Akuma Kanji says:

    Yeah, it did end up a bit more like pudding than mousse 🙁

  36. spankmeister says:

    More of a pudding no?

  37. melimited1 says:

    Gonna make it but with matcha powder

  38. FerretinSocks says:

    This looks like the roast beast from Whoville.

  39. Sophia Holmes says:

    I never would have thought of using a bread knife to chop chocolate! thanks, emmy!

  40. Renato Trevisan says:

    That looks a lot like a popular dessert we have here in Brazil: Brigadeirão.

  41. Teal Bruce says:

    That is Not a mousse, that is a Panna Cotta.

  42. Sharonmxg says:

    maybe the gelatin did not get all incorporated. oh never mind it looks perfect.

  43. J Shaw says:

    Chocolate Jell-O

  44. Merl1n3 says:

    Maybe the “defect” on the gold silicone mat was not a defect, but a way to allow easy removal with some air instead of getting a suctioning effect – ? 🍮

  45. Katie Marie says:

    Is there a way to make it with dairy free milk?

  46. Palvi Kohli says:

    can we use agar instead of gelatin??

  47. Candycane says:

    I would have put cyan powder and raspberry compote

  48. musicalmarion says:

    Shall we watch how they make Gelatine now? : /

  49. RoxAnne Livengood says:

    I'd love to see you make one of my favorite desserts- chocolate cake with flan on top!

  50. blackrazor1 says:

    8:05 Accidental Randy Savage

  51. Mark McKnight says:

    I was relieved to see a new t-shirt "the next day".

  52. Lar the AmStaff says:

    This is exactly the pudding with gelatine that I have been eating since I was a kid. One of the dairy factories here where I live has been producing it for years. They make vanilla and chestnut flavor and all three have slightly different textures.

  53. Fulcrum G says:

    It seems like in the original recipe, a stronger bloom gelatine is used. But is more like a chocolate panna cotta, rather than a mousse.

  54. Terrie Belle says:

    Wtf was the shaved chocolate for? It never got used…

  55. Melissa Arellano says:

    You know it's good when you're wearing some of it (smear of it up your arm) lol

  56. B says:

    I wish I could save the sound effect you made about the gold mold so I could use it as a reaction to different things 😂😂

  57. Deladrin 2.0 says:

    Yeet you need 100 chocolate woah that’s ALOT of chocolate

  58. Deladrin 2.0 says:

    Wolf’s are my face animal

  59. JC Chan says:

    The recipe is not easy at all and that's not mousse.

  60. Twiztid YourNutz says:

    Chocolate is given during Valentine's Day because it is an aphrodisiac. Scorpios are the result of chocolate on Valentine's Day.

  61. TheOtherBill says:

    I can't make this I have nothing to measure grams. What happened to cups?

  62. Sue h says:

    I want some!! 😋

  63. Paddy Edward C says:

    This so yummy. I used love Chocolate Mousse

  64. Marion Ward says:

    This isn’t a mousse, but it looks so delicious!

  65. Jimmi Alli says:

    Please Emmy tell me you don’t use gelatine

  66. TattooedAussieChick says:

    No. As soon as you used gelatine I knew it would be revolting. No. Jiggly chocolate is so wrong. 🤮🤮🤮

  67. Jazagivid says:

    2020 generation… pudding = mousse
    LOL
    Its a real tell of times

  68. Gaby Ruiz says:

    Maybe bc chocolate is an aphrodisiac thats why it might be associated with valentines day

  69. beautyofjamaica85 says:

    Video starts at 1:37

  70. Lauryn Clevenger says:

    A chemical in chocolate is the same chemical compound responsible for sexual drive, idk if that's why but🤷🏽‍♀️

  71. Sazra says:

    I’m in England and ‘pudding’ is not one dish. It means ‘dessert’, not ‘bread pudding’ which is one specific dessert. 😅

    That looked yummy though!

  72. Mera Smith says:

    The connection between chocolate and Valentine's Day is both historic and scientific. Valentine's day is based on the Pagan holiday Lupercalia (if you've seen Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, it's portrayal is actually pretty close to the old traditions) which was essentially one big fertility festival in ancient Rome. Chocolate has long been considered an aphrodisiac given it's effectiveness of triggering endorphins, hence the connection.

  73. elm0505 says:

    OMG all these people complaining that this is not a mousse, just enjoy the video, fgs.

  74. Tigre Fuego says:

    Yum!!

  75. Makayla Lonsway says:

    5:14 😂 I watched that too many times

  76. Ashley CM says:

    Mousse Twerk!

  77. iskandartaib says:

    I wonder if the silicone sheets are available separately. You need a rectangular piece to use instead of the paper on the top.

  78. Mary Sheridan says:

    I watched 5:16 over and over again cracking up all the while

  79. Shepherd boy says:

    3:09 – That was the wateriest heavy cream I've ever seen….

  80. Matthew Williams says:

    Chocolate is associated with V-day because of the aphrodisiac myth

  81. Marjolaine Menard says:

    Clean plate club!!

  82. WillowsDream says:

    For future reference…Use a plastic cling wrap to cover any pudding/mouse you make instead of parchment. The cling wrap won't stick to the mouse as much. Also do NOT waste chocolate mouse like you did by throwing that paper away ever again!!! Use a spatula and rescue the mouse and nom it. 🙂

  83. Kali Robaina says:

    That looked like a delicious hot chocolate before the gelatin was added!

  84. Pennie Wyatt says:

    Isn’t this pudding?

  85. Storme Brown says:

    emmy you should see HESTONS recipie, its straight CHOCOLATE AND WATER! im not kidding lol look it up on youtube

  86. Kelly Williamson says:

    Beautiful!

  87. Rain full says:

    Click 5:15 on repeat.. 😂😅

  88. Evening Angel says:

    So, to draw the connection between Valentine's Day and chocolate… Chocolate was promoted as an aphrodisiac when it was introduced to Europe post Central American conquest. In central America it was likely used as a ritual beverages for medicine, political, and social ceremonies. That mystical aura was promoted when it was brought to Europe. Side note, potatoes, tomatoes, chilies, and corn were also "magical foods" with "special powers" from the New World. Chocolate kept it's association with love making, potatoes did not, but it was originally to promote the man's libido. Only later was the connection of chocolate to female desire developed. That may be the chocolate importers, processors, and marketers selling chocolate to men as gifts for women. There is correlation between serotonin and some compounds in chocolate, however the connection of sugar to positive feelings in brain chemistry is more firmly established. The connection between love and chocolate is 9 parts psudo-science with cultural imperialism and social expectations and 1 part maybe actual science because our cultural attachment to chocolate and roses and physical attraction to sugar, red, and good smells does actually have an effect on our brains.

  89. Jeff Goes Random says:

    Wow. Talk about Death By Chocolate. This is a 1000 cuts of mousse. For choco-holics, this could be an overdose. What is the antidote ? Vanilla ?
    -Jeff Goes Random is amazed

  90. BikeMeAustin says:

    Valentine’s Day- Hershey’s and Hallmark.

  91. Mint Dean says:

    Oh Emmy, you’re amazing. I hope I’m as amazing as you when I’m a mum.

  92. Heaven G says:

    Just made this recipe but half the mixture. Poured the mixture into little dessert shot glasses with whipped cream and shaved dark chocolate on top…. it was amazing and I didn’t need to wait over night! 😋❤️

  93. Rahs Way says:

    I love watching your passion in food. It is so inspiring. Not to mention your voice is soothing and it so easy and nice to watch your videos from start to finish. Thankyou for your content and for sharing your talent with us. 🙂

  94. Little Wolf Taima says:

    Easy mousse- add drinking chocolate to heavy cream. Beat with a fork. Done.

  95. Dave Jordan says:

    not sure if this is true but..Chocolate is considered aphrodisiac food since the time of Aztecs. Chocolate is said to contain substance that inflames desire and make the beloved one more open to romance. In olden days, this resulted in the tradition in European royalty to give their lovers chocolates mixed with amber to stimulate their love.

  96. Dave Jordan says:

    5:13 the exact sound that came to my head when I seen that faceted mold

  97. Vagabond245 says:

    This is not mousse. Mousse is aerated. This is like panna cotta or gelatinised pudding (usa) or custard (australia)

  98. Jaya Anderson says:

    It’s éctually a pudding though not really a mousse… mousse doesn’t have this texture at all

  99. Michael Delia says:

    I bet an Oreo crumb on the bottom would have been great.more texture. Or even chocolate grahams.

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