Valentine’s Day Rich Chocolate Mousse! [Sugar-free][Vegan][Dairy-free]

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Oh wow!
You will not believe what I have cooked up for you all in the kitchen this week – especially for Valentine’s day!!

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Happy Valentines day my beauties!

I wish you all an amazing day, – scratch that! – an amazing year full of love and happiness!

I decided it was about time I got on with my sugar free experiments and shared with you some deliciousness..

and yes!

I have created this beauty :

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A Sugar-free, Vegan, Rich Chocolate Mousse!!

I knew it would be hard to get sugar free any thing (thats also vegan) but I used my magical secret ingredient and voila! ( not really a secret – it’s just ripe bananas )

I thought if I could use ripe bananas to sweeten my smoothies and pancakes and anything else I have made , then why cant I make a Chocolate.

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(FYI : if your new you might not know, but when I say sugar-free I mean no processed sugars or syrups , etc… only naturally occurring sugars that are still inside the fruit it comes from)

So here’s the recipe :

(be sure to check out the video below too)

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Rich Chocolate mousse! [Sugar-free][Vegan][Dairy-free]

Prep time
10-15 mins .Β  (blender)
Cook time
Total time
Deliciously Rich Chocolate Mousse.
Nothing special needed but if you want smooth texture and faster delivery then a blender is needed.
Author: Sky Christina
Recipe type: Snack
Cuisine:Β Vegan, Sugar-Free, Dairy-Free
Serves: 2 medium portions or many small portions
Ingredients
CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
  • 2+ very Ripe bananasΒ  ( the riper they are the sweeter it is – this depends on how sweet you want your chocolate – you have control so have lots spare just incase)
  • 1/2 cup 100% Cocoa Powder
  • 1/2 cup Plant based milk ( I used coconut milk )
  • 2 Tbsp of melted Coconut oil
TOPPINGS
  • Any thing you like – nuts, seeds, fruits.
No Blender needed Instructions
(Follow the video)
  1. Grab a large bowl
  2. Put in 1/2 cup of 100% cocoa powder and use a fork to mash out the lumps
  3. Add 1/2 cup of Plant based milk ( i used coconut milk ) and mix a little
  4. Add in 2 Tbsp of melted coconut oil ( if not already melted – heat up a little on hob) and mix all together until you get a creamy chocolate consistency.
  5. Add one very ripe banana and mash into chocolate.
  6. Add another ripe banana and mash into chocolate.
  7. Do a taste test to see if this is sweet enough for you, if not, add one more ripe banana.
  8. Scoop your Chocolate Mousse into small little cups or jars / or 2 medium sized jars.
  9. Your Chocolate Mousse is complete, now you can get creative and add any topping you would love. ( check out the video below to see what i did ).
Β Or if you have a Blender :
Blender Instructions
  1. Place all CHOCOLATE MOUSSE ingredients into the blender and blend until smooth.
  2. Do a taste test to see if this is sweet enough for you, if not, add one more ripe banana and blend
  3. Scoop your Chocolate Mousse into small little cups or jars / or 2 medium sized jars.
  4. Your Chocolate Mousse is complete, now you can get creative and add any topping you would love. ( check out the video below to see what i did ).
Notes
– Get creative, make some beautiful shapes with your toppings and take some photos to show off how good you are at making a delicious snacks for your Valentine.
– Try different fruits if you want, and different seeds, nuts.
– This is very rich chocolate, so if you are new to being sugar free or vegan the taste may take getting used to.
Love and light
Christina Sky
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Products:

(This is the best online links I can find on amazon – other wise you can buy these at the supermarket or shops like Holland and Barrett)

If you want a blender – i recommend this one – its amazing!

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