Chocolate Martini Mousse & spiked! recipe challenge

It is finally time for another Spiked! Recipe Challenge….I was going through withdrawals, how about you?  I love these challenges, they really make me think and get creative…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse

Well sometimes they make me think a little bit too much!  The Spiked ingredient for this challenge is Chocolate Liqueur, so my mind went into overdrive.  Maybe a chocolate sweet roll….or some kind of pasta with a chocolate cream sauce.  Well then I broke my back molar (while eating chocolate chip cookie dough) and needed to switch to soft foods that don’t need to be chewed…..Chocolate Martini Mousse it is!

Chocolate Martini Mousse by

It is rich and creamy, and best of all, my version is dairy-free!!!  Feel free to substitute heavy cream in place of the coconut milk, it might even turn out fluffier!

The most difficult part of this recipe, is the wait time.  We start by weighing our chocolate.  I used chocolate chips because that was what I had on hand…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse chips

Now this is where things get a little crazy, so listen closely.  Grab a can of coconut milk out of the pantry…the kind in a can…and open it WITHOUT shaking it.  We want the cream that collects at the top…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse coconut milk

Scoop it out with a large spoon…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse coconut milk scoop

and put it in a bowl with the chocolate…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse heat

Place in the microwave and heat on HIGH for one minute.  Stir to combine.  If it is not completely melted, heat for an additional 15 seconds.  Whisk in the chocolate liqueur and the vodka…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse godiva

Then set aside to cool for a bit.  In the meantime, remove a second can of coconut milk from the refrigerator.  Open it without shaking it, and place the solid cream into a bowl…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse cream

Whip the cream until light and creamy.  Gradually add the chocolate mixture…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse mix

and stir to combine.  Cover and chill for two to three hours…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse chill

See how thick and luscious that is!!!  To make the whipped cream topping, scoop out the coconut cream from a second chilled can and beat together with 2 Tablespoons of Godiva white chocolate liqueur…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse whipped

Just in case you were wondering – When you scoop the coconut “cream” out of the can, this is what you are left with…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse coconut water

I have no idea what to do with the leftover water, so I just dump it out.  If you have a use for it, let me know.  Place chocolate mousse in a martini glass, top with whipped cream, and garnish with chopped candy bars…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse from Spiked! Recipe Challenge

I just grabbed a gourmet candy bar out of the drawer, and cut the squares diagonally…..

Chocolate Martini Mousse candy

You could also use shaved chocolate, or chocolate sprinkles. 🙂

Make sure you go to Julie or Carrie‘s site on Saturday to check out all of the other Chocolate Liqueur recipes that have been entered in this challenge!  Thanks so much for another fun challenge! 🙂

Spiked! Recipe Challenge


Chocolate Martini Mousse

Serves 4
Prep time 14 minutes
Cook time 1 minute
Total time 15 minutes
Meal type Dessert
Thick and creamy Chocolate Martini Mousse, and it's dairy-free!


  • For the Mousse
  • 5 1/4 Ounces semi-sweet chocolate
  • 7 Ounces solid coconut cream (can) (from one can- you will need 3 cans total)
  • 2 Tablespoons Godiva chocolate liqueur
  • 2 Tablespoons vodka
  • 7 Ounces solid coconut cream (can) (from a second can - chilled)
  • For the Whipped Cream
  • 7 Ounces solid coconut cream (can) (from a third can - chilled)
  • 2 Tablespoons Godiva white chocolate liqueur
  • chopped chocolate candy bar (for garnish)


Place chocolate and coconut cream in a large microwave safe bowl. Heat on HIGH for one minute. Whisk to combine.
Stir in the chocolate liqueur and vodka. Set aside to cool.
Scoop out the chilled coconut cream and place in a large bowl. Whip with a hand mixer.
Slowly add the chocolate mixture to the whipped coconut cream. Stir until completely combined.
Cover and chill for two to three hours.
To make the whipped cream topping, whip chilled coconut cream with white chocolate liqueur.
Scoop mousse into martini glasses, top with whipped cream and garnish with candy bar shards.


Preparation time does not include chilling time.

If you would prefer a sweeter, non-alcohol whipped cream - whip coconut cream with 1/2 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract and 2 Tablespoons of powdered sugar.





    • says

      Awwww, thank you Deb. 🙂 Just remind John that alcohol never goes bad, so you will use it up at some point. 😉 That’s Lisa logic for you!! Or throw a really big party. 🙂

  1. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes says

    Mmmmm! What a yummy adult dessert, Lisa! And such a creative way to use the liqueur! 🙂


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