I used those small plastic wine goblets that you can purchase from any supermarket for around $3-$4 for TEN. The kind you can throw away but are rigid enough to wash and re-use if you feel so inclined. The idea was no washing up. I liked the idea immediately.
The following recipe is from www.taste.com and just adapted so as to make it gluten free. No changes actually, just ensure you are using gluten free cocoa powder and chocolate. It's a no brainer.
300g Gluten Free good quality dark chocolate
1/4 cup caster sugar
300mls thickened cream (I actually used whipping cream so I didn't have to buy thickened AND whipping - less waste) plus extra whipped cream to serve
Grated chocolate for decoration
Melt your chocolate.
Now you can do this in a glass bowl over a pan of simmering water as long as the bowl isn't actually touching the water - stir gently, remove from heat and set aside to cool
Use your microwave. Naturally I used this lazy option. Just make sure you reduce the power to 50% and do in small bursts. My chocolate could have probably done with more melting but tiny bits of unmelted chocolate through the mix equalled WIN WIN later when tucking in.. Totally your call.
Either way, set aside to cool slightly.
Place eggs and sugar in your mixer and beat for 5 minutes until mix becomes pale in colour and increases in volume. FOLD in your sifted cocoa powder and chocolate. In a separate bowl beat cream until thickened and fold through chocolate mixture. Chill in fridge for 1 hour then decorate with extra whipped cream and grated chocolate.
I half filled NINE of these small plastic wine goblets easily with this quantity of mousse and then topped up with whipped cream.