Mousses, parfaits, and biscuits differ from other frozen desserts in that they are frozen in molds rather than in a freezer.
Mousses and parfaits are similar in nature, and still there is a slight distinction between them.
Biscuits are usually made of a mixture similar to mousses and parfaits, but are molded in individual molds.
Mousses require four to six hours, and parfaits two to three hours.
With parfaits and mousses it is better not to use a hot cloth, as they melt very easily.
Mousses are heavy creams flavored and sweetened and then whipped, packed into a mould and frozen.
Ice creams include Philadelphia cream, American and French creams, parfaits and mousses.