Learn to make easy Avocado Chocolate Mousse Recipe | Dairy Free Avocado Mousse recipe. This is a non-dairy and vegan-friendly avocado chocolate mousse. It has all the great qualities of creamy, silky, and richness of ripe avocado fruit. And it’s absolutely delicious! This mousse is actually pretty awesome, and the delish addition of avocado is indeed droolicious.
Happy stunning Saturday to you all stunning people!
I am having so much fun here, are you? I know you all must be having marvelous time too!
Anyone up for dessert on this holiday weekend?
I think it’s the time for another chocolate recipe! What do you say?
YES! A big yes to chocolates. And why not? It’s Easter week, so let’s get all chocolatey! 🙂
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These are few of those things that I adore so much. I assume hunger for chocolate is everywhere. Especially, if talk about festivals and holidays.
This dessert does not look green, but organically this is GREEN. It is made with something green as avocado. So it supports the GO GREEN idea too! YAY!!! GO GREEN dessert! 🙂
I think by now you might have understood that today’s recipe is Avocado Chocolate Mousse. But hey, wait! This is not the regular mousse—this is the ‘Dairy-Free Avocado Chocolate Mousse with Pistachio and Raspberry toppings’. Isn’t this name so exciting? I know you all want to say, yes it is!
This is the third chocolate recipe I am sharing in a row. But please don’t blame me; it is the festival which is making me do so. You know, it’s Easter. And there is no Easter without chocolates. Right? I know you just nodded. That is so sweet of you guys! 🙂
Also, I just want to point out that this is one of the healthiest dessert recipes. And today I decided to share one of the healthiest and yummiest chocolate desserts after sharing a couple of creamy chocolate desserts with you all. 😀
This dessert does not include any refined sugar at all. Only honey is used as a natural sweetener. You can also replace honey with maple syrup if you wish. I personally used honey this time and the result was wonderful.
Only after making this recipe I realized that chocolate and avocado is a match made in heaven. Like they just go well together. They are mad(e) for each other! LOL! 🙂
The first time I saw the combination of avocados with chocolate was a couple of years ago while reading a magazine. A dairy-free chocolate mousse using avocados rather than heavy cream and eggs—it just clicked.* *
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If you are searching for a fantastically delicious, very quick, simple and most importantly a healthy dessert for EASTER weekend, your search is over. And if you want to give a bonus delight to your kids, this is a perfect treat.
This classy Dairy-Free Avocado Chocolate Mousse with Pistachio and Raspberry Toppings would not disappoint you and your little chocolate attackers! 🙂
As I earlier told you that this mousse is sweetened with honey, so it’s a kind of guilt-free dessert in that sense. The taste is just so flipping good! Wow!
What else would you need to call it an AMAZING guilt-free treat? This is Healthy. This is Classy. This has no cream, no raw eggs, and this has sweet avocado with semisweet chocolate, cocoa powder, honey, and little flavoring of vanilla. Oh CHOCOLICIOUS! 😀
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It is seriously intriguing. SWEET AVOCADOS can really replace that creamy mousse which comes with heavy cream. Trust me there is much more than this health factor which would make you say ‘YES’ to this tasty delight.
Once you make this mousse, you would just keep gawking at the gorgeous bowl. Thinking, whether you should dig into that bowl, or just watch this beautiful sight itself? 😛
This dessert is a great joy for avocado lovers. More joy for chocolate lovers. And it is most joyful for Choco-Avocado lovers.
I had some semi-sweet leftover chocolate, so I used that. But bittersweet chocolate would work awesome too. Avocado is considered as a high-fat fruit. But, remember it is always good fat.
These fats are essential for kids, and all avocado recipes are great for kids. And kids would love this too! Don’t worry if your kids are not a fan of avocados, you can easily trick them with this Avocado Chocolate Mousse. They won’t even know that the avocado is there. Believe me, it is beyond recognition.
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If I talk about myself, I am always enticed by the flavors and textures of avocados. They are sweet, rich, buttery, velvety, and creamy. Fresh Avocados would greatly help in making this chocolate mousse rich and creamy.
When you taste a spoonful of this mousse, you will feel the instant goodness of all the delectable flavors. Another great thing about this recipe is that you can use the over-ripe avocado. See, a great use of those leftover Avocados too.
Avocados are full of deliciousness. They also have many health benefits. They have mono-unsaturated fatty acids, fibers, proteins, many vitamins, and minerals.
Green Avocados are also considered as ‘beauty food’ and are good for hair, skin complexion, and nails. Some studies show that they are really helpful in lowering the cholesterol.
Coming to the desert again, this would make an awesome Easter breakfast, or dessert, whatever you’d like to call it.
This is a non-dairy and vegan-friendly mousse. It has all the great qualities of creamy, silky, and richness of ripe avocado fruit. And it’s absolutely delicious! This mousse is actually pretty awesome, and the delish addition of avocado is indeed droolicious.
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This is thick in consistency which gets thicker after refrigeration.
Let’s make this dessert!
Place the melted chocolate, avocados, agave, cocoa powder, almond milk, vanilla and salt in a food processor. Process until smooth and creamy.
Spoon or pipe it into glass bowls. Place in refrigerator to firm up for four hours. Garnish with fresh or frozen raspberries, pistachio and serve.
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