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Anchor Chocolate Flavour Mousse

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Brand: Anchor / Chocolate Sauce

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      23.08.2009 19:03
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      I like the odd dessert, and my favourite kind of Cake is a Chocolate Gateux. Of course with a nice bit of Cake, I think you have to have some cream on top (and around the sides of it as well!) I used to just buy cheaper Aerosol Cream, thinking it all tasted the same, but Anchor is the best in my view.

      I first tried this flavour last week. I was drawn to it, as I thought it would be like that nice light Mousse part that you get in frozen Gateuxs, and it kind of is.

      The packaging is alright. It is a can which has an aerosol on the top. There is a dome shaped lid on top as well, which keeps the aerosol part covered. There is quite a lot of writing on the can, and a nice picture of some nice light brown coloured creamy Mousse. The can is 250g.

      There is 42 calories and 3.8g fat in a 12.5g serving, so not too bad on the calories, but not great on the fat - but then again it is one of those higher fat dairy type products.

      This is thicker than I was expecting when I squirted it out. It smells quite sweet and Chocolatey, and I had to lick a bit off my finger when it came out. It had a light Cocoa taste and it went well with my Chocolate Cake. I thought it would be a bit overpowering with the Cake, but it was nice.

      On the can it says you can just eat this on its own, so I guess just scooshing this into a bowl to make an instant dessert. I wouldn't like to eat it like this, as although it tastes like a Chocolate Mousse, it isn't the same as eating a Mousse from a pot.

      This normally costs about £1.70, and good enough for the price.

      A way to make your Chocolate Cake more Chocolatey.


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