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Chocolate Mousse Cake

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Marie 
Sent: Tuesday, December 21, 2010 7:22 PM
Subject: Chocolate Mousse Cake

Hello Phaedrus,

I am looking for a recipe for a chocolate mousse cake, it's my aunt's recipe, 
which she called "Chocolate Crown Cake".  I've searched but could not find 
one with similar ingredients.  It has a bottom and sides of soft ladyfingers, 
and the filling, which is refrigerated, contains 2 envelopes of Knox gelatine, 
Kahlua, choc. chips, melted, and then folded into whipped cream and then beaten 
egg whites.  Any help would be very much appreciated.

Many thanks and happy Holidays to you!


Hi Marie,

Sorry, I cannot find one with those exact ingredients. Closest that I found was the below recipe, which does not have gelatin(e).


Chocolate Mousse Cake 

1 1/2 c. chocolate chips 
3 tbsp. 10X powdered sugar 
3 tbsp. cold water 
1 tsp. vanilla 
2 tbsp. Kahlua or chocolate mint liqueur (opt.) 
3 eggs 
3 half pints whipping cream 
2 pkgs. plain ladyfingers 

Melt chocolate chips over hot water or by microwave oven. Add sugar, water, 
vanilla and liqueur. Separate eggs and set whites aside. Gradually add egg 
yolks to chocolate mixture. Stir until smooth. Allow this mixture to cool. 
Beat egg whites until stiff. Fold stiffened egg whites into cool chocolate 
mixture. Beat whipping cream, saving 1 cup of whipping cream for decorating. 
Fold remaining cream into chocolate mixture. 
Thank you very much.  This sounds close so I can make my own adjustments.

Best regards

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Quick as a Flick Frosting

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Karyan 
Sent: Thursday, December 30, 2010 10:03 PM
Subject: Quick As A Flick Frosting

I am so excited to have found your website!  There are a couple recipes 
I have been searching for -- lucky for me, one was already one your site! 
My mom misplaced her recipe for See's Candy Fudge.  I've searched the 
internet myself, I'm thrilled that you were able to find it!  Now, I'm 
wondering if you can help me locate a recipe for Quick-as-a-Flick Chocolate 
Frosting.  It was a recipe on the back of a chocolate chip bag, I think 
Flick was part of the brand name.  They were the really cheap chocolate 
chip about 15 years ago.  I remember my mom would make the frosting in a 
pan on the stove.  The only ingredient I remember was the chocolate chips. 
The end result was a really fudgy chocolate frosting that would set up to 
a candy bar consistency.  Thank you so much!


Hello Karyan,

Sorry, no luck with this. I cannot find a frosting with that name, nor can I find any mention of Flick chocolate chips.


If you search under "Flicks" , using the plural version, I think you  
will find much more info. Thank you so much for such an enjoyable  
Best Regards, Ric

Thanks to Ric's tip, I found the Flicks Website. There was no frosting recipe there. There doesn't appear to be a product called "Flicks Chocolate Chips". There is "Flickettes Baking Chips" and "Flicks Candy". I had no success finding a frosting recipe that mentioned either of these products.


Jane sent this recipe:

I saw the request for Flick frosting and although I have never heard of it 
I have this recipe I have made that sounds similar.

5 tablespoons butter
1/3 cup milk
1 cup sugar
1 cup chocolate chips

Combine the butter, milk and sugar in a 2 quart saucepan. Cook over medium 
high heat stirring occasionally until mixture boils.  Boil one minute.  Remove 
from heat and stir in the chocolate chips. Immediately pour over cake. This 
frosting is enough to generously frost a 13 x 9 inch cake. The frosting is 
just like fudge and sets up quickly.  


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