Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse

Here’s a favorite Raw Vegan Chocolate Dessert Recipe….


Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse

Combine in Vita-Mix or Food Processor
2 ripe avocados
1/2 c agave
1/4 c cocoa powder

2 Tbsp Coconut Oil
Dash Vanilla Extract


Blend until smooth and serve


Put in container and chill in fridge, or freeze to make it really decadent like a thick mousse-ey ice cream, or make it pretty and do it up parfait style in glasses alternating layers of chocolate mousse and strawberries or other fruit.  Or as I mentioned, you can even thin it out a smidge more with an extra dash of agave and this will become your go-to frosting.  Serious.


And if anyone wants to really go crazy with chocolate, try Raw Vegan Brownies

Recipe and step-by-step instructions are here

Have you ever made a raw dessert?

253 comments on “Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse”

  1. Entry #3: I didn't know chia seeds were a complete protein! Wow, these bars sound fantastic.

  2. i've never tried these before, but they sound great!

  3. i had no idea that chia seeds were in the salvia family!

  4. now following probar on twitter!

  5. following you on twitter!

  6. just commented on your other post.
    thanks for the giveaway!

  7. entry 1– i want to try the fruitation bars because I LOVE LOVE anything blueberry and strawberry!

  8. This is my enrty #1.
    I would love to crumble one of these yummy bars on top of HEAB's protein ice cream.

  9. I adore Probars! I love using them as a meal replacement!


  10. For entry #1: I would love to try these because they are "Dense with antioxidants and Omegas from Chia Seeds". I haven't tried Chia seeds yet but have been reading about them on so many blogs!

  11. For Entry # 5: I went to ProBar's website and learned that Whole Foods Magazine named ProBar the "Best Nutrition Bar for 2009"

  12. For Entry #9: Just left a comment on your review post!

  13. would love to win these guys because I love probars but have often wished for something a little more snack sized!

  14. Entry number 2:
    I learned tons about the benefits of chia seeds on the probar website!

  15. entry 3:
    posted on the review post

  16. This is entry one because I've been drooling over probars in other food blogs but they don't totally fit into my student budget!

  17. Entry 1: I love fruit flavored bars, and I've heard good things about the Fruition bars.

  18. Entry 2: I am following your blog

  19. Entry #3. I posted on twitter (@sweet26tweets)

  20. Entry #4: I love that the company uses real, whole ingredients.

  21. Entry #5: I am a twitter fan of ProBar

  22. Entry #6: I'm following you on twitter (I'm @sweet26tweets)

  23. Entry #7: I commented on the post! :)

  24. Entry #1 (i think, lol) I added you to my blog roll!

  25. ooh ooh! I've never seen these bars in my corner of Canada so I'd love to try them! :D

  26. This is my entry #1:

    I would like to try these because they look incredibly nutritious and delicious!

  27. This is my entry #2:

    I now publicly follow you! (In the blog way, not the creepy way!)

  28. And this is my entry #3:

    I linked back to your giveaway on my blog at:


  29. Comment #1: I would love to try these bars because I am always looking for tasty new bars to try!

  30. Comment 2: I follow publicly (mgonyeo)

  31. Comment 3: I follow on twitter (@mgonyeo)

  32. Entry 1

    I have always been interested in ProBars because I've only known about them from sightings in blog land! Thanks for a great giveaway!

    PS I love your acorn squash seed recipe! I love not wasting the seeds!

  33. Enrty #1 , I'd like to win because the selection of healthy snack bars where I live sucks and Ive been seeing these on all the blogs and would love to try em ' :)

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  38. Your pictures make me wildly hungry!!! I can’t wait to get started,as soon as I stop browsing through your amazing raw world.

  39. I just made your raw chocolate mousse and it’s out of this world! My toddler is devouring it! Thanks for the recipe!

  40. okay…I gotta try this! This is so convenient for me, because it doesn’t need baking! I can actually make this in my room!

  41. Hi! I have just found you blog and I have to say it is absolutely amazing! Also coming from my mom, which is quite used to a more traditional style of cooking (eggs,butter and all that), she always keeps asking me for ways she could replace ingredients so she could make it less caloric :D

    One question on your Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse – would it be possible to switch the agave with honey? Agave nectar is quite expensive where I live unfortunately and on a student budget there’s only so many healthy things I can afford..

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  46. I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I certainly loved every bit of it.
    I’ve got you book-marked to check out new stuff you post…

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  49. Hi, I live in a place with a different variety of avocados. They taste the same, but have smooth skin and are much bigger. Would you mind clarifying how much avocado, in lb or gr, you used for this raw chocolate mousse? It looks delicious. Thanks!

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