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Last weekend, I made a mango mousse cake for the husband’s advance birthday celebration. I hardly make mousse cakes at all. In fact, the first (and only) mousse cake I have made is the chocolate mousse cake, for the toddler’s first birthday celebration at the in-law’s place.
I was hoping that the husband would love the cake, but he didn’t! He thinks that the creamy taste from the whipped cream is too much for him. Erm ok…..
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Anyway, I guess that was because there wasn’t any sponge cake inside the mousse. I should have! I was feeling lazy, so I decided to use the ladyfinger biscuits that I bought from Phoon Huat. However, just before using, I realised it has expired! 🙁
So I decided to just make the mousse, and skip the sponge.
Thankfully I had some homemade granola . I just crushed them and mixed it with some coconut oil to make the “crust”.
This recipe from Helena’s Kitchen is quite good. In fact, I also realised that 1 of my friends is also using this recipe, so it must be good!
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