This paleo chocolate mousse is so simple to make and so creamy, you would never believe there is no dairy!! A perfect healthy dessert for days when it is is warm, as everything is done in your food processor!
Swoon!! Silky, creamy, fudgey goodness that is actually healthy for you!
This Paleo chocolate mousse is a rich and decadent dessert with benefits!
A super quick treat that will send your taste-buds straight into chocolate heaven. Even better, is is perfect for these summer months when many are loathe to turn on the heat to cook ANYTHING!
Quick, easy, and ridiculously smooth and chocolaty. You can garnish this Paleo chocolate mousse with any fresh fruit of the season and a dollop of your favorite whipped coconut cream, or some roasted coconut meat!
Here are some other chocolate themed Paleo recipes perfect Valentines or any time of year!
- Paleo | Raw Chocolate Tart
- Fresh Chocolate Strawberry Pie
- Fudgey Chocolate Brownies – Paleo, Nut, Egg Free
Paleo Chocolate Mousse Recipe:
Raw Dark Chocolate Mousse - Paleo Friendly
- 1/2 cup raw cashews soaked for a couple of hours minimum, strained
- 3/4 cup canned coconut milk I links to my favorit brand for flavor and the fact is has no fillers or thickeners!
- 1/2 cup berries of choice, I used a frozen cherry/raspberry/blueberry combo
- 1/2 cup coconut oil softened
- 6 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder or raw cacao
- 1/4 cup honey or favorite low carb sweetener, doesn't have to be a liquid one
- 8 drops liquid stevia or more to taste
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Puree until super smooth and no fruit pieces are detectable. This will happen in one high powered blender cycle, and longer with a food processor. Let your taste-buds tell you...think silky!
Be sure to taste for sweetness. Since cutting out cane sugar, I use much less sweetener than I used to, so again, taste to make sure it is what YOU are looking for!
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