Healthy Vegan Chocolate Mousse

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Last updated on November 18th, 2020 at 10:51 am

If you have chocolate cravings and are trying to eat healthier – this easy and healthy vegan chocolate mousse will help. It is vegan, gluten-free dairy free sugar free and super tasty.

Healthy Vegan Chocolate Mousse

I made it a few months ago, last year, when I had 3 butternut squashes and did not know what to do with them.

“Butternut squash…aaaaaaaaaaaa soup. What else? _____ ?” <- the longest pause in the history of the world.

I had no idea what you can make with butternut squash. It’s not something I cook with very often.

But then I got very creative. I made this vegan creamy butternut squash crumble pie, a few savory dishes and the healthiest creamiest chocolate mousse on the planet. It’s this one.

You’d think if you mix butternut puree and raw cacao something very disturbing would come out…But let that sit in the fridge for about an hour with a few more ingredients and it gets super thick and creamy. It turns into a chocolate mousse!

This recipe makes 2 small dessert glasses, but it’s enough to satisfy your craving for something sweet.

Sadly, this chocolate mousse won’t be on my meal plan from next week on. I will be doing a 30 Day Absolutely No Sugar Challenge starting Monday and I’m very excited to clean up my plate. I can already tell how I’ll be super light, happy, energized, be able to fly and will smell like a flower. Hopefully not like Amorphophallus Titanum (according to Wiki this one smells like something between rotting fish, stinky socks and old cheese). Mmmmm. Love is in the air.

So from next week, no more desserts here using natural sweeteners or dried fruit – just normal fruit. But this week…

Health and Beauty Benefits

This little glass of mousse is high-fiber, filled with antioxidants from the butternut squash, dates and raw cacao (which is one of the best antioxidants of all) and with good fats from coconut oil and coconut flakes. Antioxidants are super important to slow down aging and the carotenoids from the butternut squash give your skin a fresh healthy color.

Now to the recipe, which by the way is super easy.

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