I make one of the most popular mirror glazed mousse cakes. It takes three days to make one mousse cake due to very unique and rare techniques used to produce them. They are made of natural ingredients, real cream, milk, fruits and berries, premium chocolates and top-class biscuits. It is all made from scratch. If it is made correctly and covered with mirror glaze, which is also based on chocolate, then you can even see your reflection in the cake.


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I also teach how to make mousse cakes, mirror glaze and much more of my recipes and techniques. My master-class videos include entry level (no experience required) as well as advanced levels, and you can find everything at my website.

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Yvonne Bernal 5 months ago

This reminds me of the sculpture that is up to the individual's interpretation... so many ways to view it and so many ways to love it.

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Jazlyn J. 5 months ago

It's like a rocket has flew across the cake leaving a trail. So beautiful and unique.

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Yvonne Bernal 5 months ago

Looks like a ball of mercury on top of a piece of marble... oh my <3

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Yvonne Bernal 5 months ago

Looks like amethyst and gold. wow

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Fandoms Rise 5 months ago

Spectacular!

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Fandoms Rise 5 months ago

I love them!

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Fandoms Rise 5 months ago

This one reminds me of water and earth, ocean and flowers.

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Yvonne Bernal 5 months ago

Oh wow... I hope this makes #1, it's magnificent

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Fandoms Rise 5 months ago

Magnificent.

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Yvonne Bernal 5 months ago

What a piece of art! Who could cut into this?

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