The chocolate hits you in six waves: chocolate mousse, chocolate ganache, chocolate graham crackers, chocolate whipped cream, chocolate sauce, and a dusting of chocolate chips. When I say this is easy, I mean it: The mousse comes together instantly, and there's no baking—the assembly is more like a lasagna than a cake. But the real brilliance is the graham crackers: When the cake sits in the refrigerator, the crackers soften and become flaky and heavenly. It's hard to believe that a graham cracker could produce this kind of texture.
For those of us still scrounging to figure out what to make for Easter, this might be a winner. It's the kind of dessert that leaves an impression—even on people who have no intention of being impressed.
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