Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce

Show your Valentine you love them by making this Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce!

Indulge in this Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce: a frozen chocolate mousse with a sweet raspberry glaze! #BecomeABetterBaker

I’m curious how many of you celebrate Valentine’s Day? And what kind of plans you make for this special day….

It’s funny, when I was single, Valentine’s Day was either filled with chick flicks and tubs of ice cream….or a night out with friends.

Then I started dating my husband and we shared romantic dinners with expensive cuts of meat and bottles of wine! Of course sappy cards and gifts were involved too.

Indulge in this Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce: a frozen chocolate mousse with a sweet raspberry glaze!

After marriage and a few kids…Valentine’s was more about cute stuffed animals, fighting with my kids to write their names on 26 Valentine’s cards, and then baking 100 cupcakes for four classroom parties!

Now that my kids are older and the classroom party days are over, Valentine’s Day is a quiet night at home, with comfort food. And chocolate.

Today’s recipe is on the menu at our house, it’s so rich and decadent, you’re going to want this too!

Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce

It starts with some easy ingredients you probably already have in your pantry!

While this is an easy to make dessert, you do need to plan ahead in order to freeze the chocolate mousse for at least 4 hours (or overnight)! The original recipe came from the Karo® website. I swapped out the frozen raspberries for fresh, added a drizzle of chocolate syrup, and whipped up a quick batch of homemade whipped cream.

Indulge in this Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce: a frozen chocolate mousse with a sweet raspberry glaze!

Wowza. Sometimes I surprise myself with how much I love food! And chocolate. And in my book, raspberries go hand in hand with rich chocolate desserts like this one! Now tell me…what are your Valentine’s Day plans??


Yield: 12 servings

Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce

Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce
Prep Time 4 hours 30 minutes


For the Chocolate Mousse:

  • 1/2 cup Karo® Light Corn Syrup
  • 16 oz bittersweet chocolate (60% cacao)
  • 1/2 cup unsalted butter
  • 2 cup heavy cream, divided
  • 3 egg yolks
  • 1/2 cup powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp Spice Islands® Pure Vanilla Extract

For the topping:

  • 12 oz fresh raspberries, divided
  • 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1/4 cup Karo® Light Corn Syrup
  • 1 cup heavy cream
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar
  • 1/4 cup chocolate syrup


  1. Line a 9x5x3-inch metal loaf pan with plastic wrap. Set aside.
  2. In a large saucepan over medium heat, combine corn syrup, chocolate and butter. Stir until chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth.
  3. Mix 1/2 cup of the cream with the egg yolks in a small bowl. Add to the melted chocolate mixture and cook for about 3 minutes, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and cool completely.
  4. Once the chocolate mixture has cooled, continue on by beating 1 1/2 cup heavy cream with powdered sugar and vanilla in a mixing bowl on high speed. Beat until soft peaks form. Fold in the cooled chocolate mixture and stir just until combined. Pour into loaf pan and cover with plastic wrap. Freeze for 4 hours or overnight.
  5. To prepare raspberry sauce, combine 6oz of the fresh raspberries with the corn syrup and vanilla extract in a small blender. Process quickly until combined (you still want some chunks of raspberry).
  6. For the whipped cream, beat heavy cream with powdered sugar until soft peaks form. Refrigerate or use immediately.
  7. To assemble, slice frozen chocolate mousse and arrange on plates. Dollop a large spoonful of whipped cream onto each slice. Drizzle with raspberry sauce, chocolate syrup and add the remaining fresh berries. ENJOY!

 Indulge in this Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce: a frozen chocolate mousse with a sweet raspberry glaze!

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50 comments on “Chocolate Decadence with Raspberry Sauce”

  1. We always celebrate V Day and our anniversary together, as they are only a week apart!
    And this cake? It is SO happening. All that chocolate is just what V Day calls for! Pinned!

  2. wow, decadence at its finest! It looks so rich and so melt-in-your-mouth. I’d love these on Valentine’s Day, no doubt about it!

  3. You call this decadence, and I’ll call it BREAKFAST! 🙂 Seriously though, this look incredibly rich and creamy. I’m not going to share this with anybody!

  4. This is definitely decadence and it is so happening. I adore chocolate and raspberry together. LOVE!

  5. This is pure decadence, plus it’s gluten free which is awesome for me!

  6. Mmmmm. Raspberry and chocolate is one of my all-time favorite combos. That chocolate mousse looks like it will just melt right in your mouth, and the fresh raspberry sauce looks delightful!

  7. Wow! Decadence is the right name for this!!! LOVE!!!

  8. I have young kids so we do the whole Valentine’s cards and candy for classmates. As far as my hubby and I go, we do not do anything special but I do make sure there is chocolate around for the day!

  9. Pam Sohan

    This looks incredible ! We usually go out for Valentines dinner but we usually go a couple days before valentines day to avoid the crowds. Then on Valentines Day we exchange small gifts with each other and the kids. Its also the beginning of NASCAR season, so I’m usually watching that on TV. LOL

  10. This looks so delicious! No Valentine’s plans here – just a date with some chocolate decadence or ice cream – or both 😉

  11. My Valentine’s Day plans now include this dessert! Love the chocolate raspberry combo!

  12. This is decadence alright. In fact, this is perfection!

  13. I make something pretty similar. I lay the slice of the chocolate mousse on a pool of creme anglaise, then put little dollops of raspberry sauce on the creme, then run a sharp pointed knife through the raspberry sauce to make little hearts. So very sweet looking.

  14. This looks so good and the directions sound pretty easy. Moving to a farm last spring made li so full of new things that difficult recipes I chose to set aside. This one looks very do-able. Plus it’s chocolate and raspberries… can I resist?

  15. my Valentine’s are always pretty low-key. This year Michael and I will be with his dad’s side of the family in Baltimore for his sister’s wedding. which is…sorta romantic? lol

    This cake is soooo luscious and creamy and chocolatey I could die!

  16. This dessert looks absolutely wonderful! I love the combination of raspberries and chocolate!

  17. I kind of dread Valentine’s Day every year…but with this I might not. 🙂

  18. Wow! What a gorgeous and decadent dessert! I would *love* to have this on Valentines Day! Even after 23 years of marriage, I think this looks like the perfect, decadent treat!

  19. OMG! This looks sinful! It’s incredible! So rich and delicious. Love it. We don’t really celebrate Valentine’s. Like, at all. Haha! I really like it for the excuse to bake, and that’s about it! 🙂

  20. Aimee, this is one of the prettiest desserts ever! All that chocolate just might satisfy my chocolate cravings for the day. haha Pinned! 🙂

  21. I remember when Valentine’s got me a nice, relaxed meal somewhere with cloth napkins. Kids have a way of stopping that one!
    But if you can make this dessert, it’s better than anything in a restaurant anyway! It looks so amazing, Aimee!

  22. Noah baby! Now that is a chocolate dessert 🙂 I am seriously drooling over that and the raspberry sauce. This year I have totally been all over chocolate and raspberry together! We have never been big on celebrating Valentine’s Day here. Sometimes a little chocolate or flowers, but usually just dinner and a movie at home.

  23. My husband’s birthday IS Valentine’s Day (poor guy, always has to get me something on his birthday 🙂 I think I NEED to make this for his birthday cake – yum!

  24. Mmmm. Chocolate cake with an awesome sauce. Yes, please!

  25. This looks delicious! My husband told me that he will suprise me with a very expensive champagne, so may be I will surprise him with a cake! 🙂 thanks for sharing <3

  26. Lydia

    This looks soo lovely!! Does it have to be frozen, or will refrigeration keep it firm enough to slice?

  27. Oh mah goodness! This looks sinfully rich and ultra creamy. Pinned.

  28. Uh yeah…you had me at chocolate decadence! 🙂

  29. This looks A-MAZ-ING!! We stay in (neither of us love crowds, and finding a babysitter is next to impossible) but I think it’s much better to stay in when you can make a dessert like this one!!

  30. This pie looks fan-friggin-tastic! That perfectly smooth and luscious consistency. And the sauce…OMG!

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  34. Dianna

    The photo looks like a regular slice from a round dessert but the recipe says it is made in a loaf pan so why doesn’t the photo look like a slice from a loaf?

  35. Dianna

    Thanks for getting right back to me , I want to make it for a party… so would that be 6 slices cut in half for 12 servings or 5 slices for 10 or 4 slices for 8? Need to know how many loaves to make! Looks yummy!

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