In the kitchen, nutmeg is the go-to flavor for anything sweet, but nutmeg makes a great nut.

It’s easy to grow, inexpensive to buy, and has a sweet, nutty flavor that pairs well with anything you can make nutty like pancakes, chocolate chips, and chocolate mousse.

Here are some tips on making a nutty, nut-tasting nut.


Get a large, dry, and well-drained container.

For a nut-laden dessert, I prefer a container that’s at least 4 inches in diameter.

This is because the more water that’s absorbed, the more flavor and moisture will be lost in the finished product.

It also helps if you store the container well, because if it dries out, the flavor will be diluted.


Use two different nuts.

For the best nut flavor, I use walnuts, pecans, and almonds.

Walnuts are the most common choice, as they’re the easiest to grow.

They’re also inexpensive, and can be grown in your kitchen.

Other nuts that work well include pistachios, walnuts and hazelnuts, and walnuts plus walnuts or walnuts with oil, like macadamia nuts.


Use different types of nuts.

To make nut-free mousse, I like to use cashews, walnut halves, or pecannia nuts.

The nuts can be ground or roasted separately, so there are different types that you can use.

Cashews are easy to grind, and they’re packed with protein.

They also make a great filling for nutty desserts like chocolate mousses, chocolate wafers, and pistachio ice cream.

They taste nutty and nutty-tasted, so they’re a great choice for dessert.

The pecannon and walnut parts are a little tougher to grind.

They can also be roasted separately or ground separately, but the flavor is more nutty than the cashews.


Make the crust.

In this recipe, I used chocolate chips because I wanted to use them to make the mousse without using any water.

To avoid having to soak them, I just used 1/2 cup of chocolate chips.

You can also use plain chocolate chips or add chocolate chips to the dough if you want a more nut-y flavor.


Heat up the oven to 325 degrees F. After baking for 5 minutes, remove the pan from the oven.

Once the crust has cooled down, take the pan off the heat and let the crust cool.

Place the pan back in the oven for another 5 minutes.

You’ll need about 30 minutes to bake the crust and get it soft.

Then, using a spatula, transfer the crust to a bowl and let it cool.


Add the milk and nuts to the bowl and mix well.

Pour the milk into a bowl, add the nuts, and whisk until smooth.

It should be creamy.


Remove the meringue from the bowl.

Spread it onto a wire rack to cool completely.

It’ll be super smooth, but if it’s not completely cool, you can press down the sides to make it less runny.


Line the bottom of a 2-cup pan with parchment paper and then pour the batter into the pan.

Use a spatulas to spread the batter evenly and then press the batter down.

This will help prevent the mingling of the milk, nuts, or nuts with the moustache.


Bake for 25 minutes, or until the top is golden brown.

If you don’t get the buttercream look, you may need to flip the mouses upside down, but it should be done by then.


While the muesli mousse is baking, make the chocolate sauce.

To do this, pour the chocolate over the crust, and then drizzle the chocolate syrup over it.

If the mouses have been baking, you might want to take the mouses out of the oven and make sure they’re warm before drizzling the syrup over them.

You don’t want to let the moseys go to the bathroom before you drizzle them with the chocolate, so make sure to clean the micelles before you get started.


Serve the miceslles warm with a sprinkle of cinnamon, or drizzle with a sprinkling of cocoa powder.

This mousse will stay good for several days, so it’s great for any occasion.