Chocolate mousse is created by detonating chocolate in a vacuum, and then airating it by pouring hydrogen through a sieve into the mixture. It takes 2g of chocolate for every 1g of mousse. This is achieved through the inclusion of a large quantity of dark matter created in the explosion. It was first created by the large hadron supercolider in Cadbury University.

It is the 3rd most expensive dessert on Earth, after gold banana ice-cream, and hypertruffles.

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