Do you ever have those nights when you want something smooth, elegant and just plain luxurious? Me too. Almost every single weekend. Call me a slacker if you want, but I don’t want to be spending my weekends in the kitchen. Solution? This cappuccino mousse hits the oh-so-delectable spot every time with minimal effort.
Love coffee? Me too. In fact many of our kids do too! If your family loves coffee you’ll need to make extra batches of this easy mousse because coffee fans will be dashing back for just “one more” spoonful.
Ever invite people over for games or parties last minute? It’s what makes life fun and interesting, right? You can easily whip up this mousse in just a few minutes and serve it to your besties. But be warned. Everyone will want more, more, more and….you get the point. ;0)
What is it about a smooth cappuccino mousse that makes you think everything’s all right in the world? Stresses stop. Life gets wonderful again and the sides of your mouth are curved into a grin. Yes, this easy mousse is that powerful. Pretty sad we human beings are so affected by food, isn’t it? Oh well! It is what it is!
Serve this mousse in chilled, oh-so-fancy dessert dishes. This dessert is luxurious enough to be served in your favorite crystal. Yes, the dishes that your eyeing in your cabinet right now. Those. Go ahead. Be crazy because this easy cappuccino dessert deserves to be treated like a queen!
Ready to dig into some amazingly smooth sweetness? Grab your ingredients and get ready for paradise in your mouth. You can thank me later — wink, wink!
And this gorgeous mousse pairs perfectly with our homemade soft batch gingersnap cookies. They’re super-soft and create the perfect duet of luxury desserts! Yes, go the extra mile and serve these with the mousse. Or you can just dig into the mousse and make the cookies later. You’re a winner either way! <3
Easy Cappuccino Mousse
- 8 oz. cream cheese softened
- 1/2 cup cold milk
- 1 cup strong coffee cooled
- 1 3.4 oz instant vanilla pudding mix
- 1 8 oz. whipped topping divided
- cinnamon for garnish
- In a large mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese until smooth.
- Slowly beat in milk, then coffee until well blended.
- Add pudding mix and whisk for 2 minutes.
- Let stand for 5 minutes then fold in ½ of the whipped topping.
- Divide mousse into 6 dessert dishes.
- Garnish with remaining cool whip and cinnamon.