Easy Chocolate Mousse Cake {Passover-friendly, Gluten-Free}

If you still haven’t decided on what dessert to make for Pesach, this Luscious Passover-Friendly Mousse Cake will be the perfect end to your Passover Celebration!

If you are having a hard time coming up with a menu for your Pesach, we have prepared for you a couple of post to help you in your journey: 

5 Full Menu Ideas for Passover
10 Massoth-free Breakfast Ideas to enjoy during Pesach and all year-round

Making this Mousse cake is very straight-forward process and extremely easy. As a bonus, you can make it vegan as well.

This recipe calls for almond flour, which I find to be available in most places these days, but if for some reason you can’t find it, you can buy peeled whole or silvered almonds and pulse a few times in a food processor until you have course granules. Just be careful not to process too much or you’ll make almond butter instead. You can also use other nuts to make the flour, and that I leave to your preference.

Easy Chocolate Mousse Cake {Passover-Friendly, GF}

Course Dessert
Servings 8


  • 1 20 cm Cake Pan Springform cake pan or Round pyrex work



  • 100 gr Caster Sugar
  • 150 gr Almond Flour
  • 70 gr Salted Butter room temperature
  • 30 gr Cocoa Powder


  • 400 gr 74% Chocolate semi sweet
  • 150 ml Milk any kind
  • 100 gr Cocoa Powder
  • 600 ml Heavy Whipping Cream, cold 35% Fat. Substitute plant-based if needed
  • 2 tsp Cointreau, Orange Liqueur Optional but recommended. Can use another liquor as well or extract.



  • In a bowl, mix all ingredients and flatten the mixture on a 20 cm baking pan (Preferably use a pan with removable bottom)
  • Place in the prepared base in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes to harden.


  • Simmer the whole milk and mix with the cocoa powder until dissolved. Mix well.
  • Add the hot chocolate milk over the semi sweet chocolate and set aside until the chocolate is melted. Mix well, and let it reach room temperature before mixing in with the whipped cream.
  • Beat the cold whipping cream with the orange liqueur to soft picks.
  • Add the chocolate mixture to the whipped cream and mix well.
  • Spread the mousse over the prepared almond crust and place in the refrigerator overnight.
  • Serve cold.


You can use vegan butter, instead of butter and substitute the whipping cream with vegan whipping cream or full fat coconut milk. 
Keyword Gluten-free, Mousse, passover

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