Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse


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I am really glad you liked yesterday’s Vegan Coconut Banana Cookie Bite Recipe!

Vegan Coconut Banana Cookie Bites on tray

Close up of Vegan Coconut Banana Cookie Bite

As I mentioned in The Vegan Coconut Banana Cookie Bite Recipe, you Don’t Need a Dehydrator For These, just an oven, so I hope you give them a try!
They are Gluten & Soy Free, and you can make them with no added sugar or additional sweeteners if you choose!

They are soft in the middle and just slightly crunchy on the outside.  Sweet and coconutty, but not overpowering.

Close up of one Vegan Coconut Banana Cookie Bite
Underside of Vegan Coconut Banana Cookie Bite

Today I want to give you my Raw Vegan 4-Ingredient, 5-Minute Chocolate Mousse Recipe!  I’ve made it before if you Click Here but I tweaked it up just a little and holy moly, Scott told me it should be illegal it’s so good!  I also impressed my out of town guests who had No Idea What one of the Key Ingredients is….

Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse

…Avocados are a Key Ingredient and I promise you “cannot taste them”!

Bag of Avocados

Averie’s Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse-4 Ingredients and 5 Minutes!
4 Avocados
2/3 c cocoa powder (use raw cocoa if this is important to you, or use carob)
1 and 1/3 cups Agave
1.5 Tsp Vanilla Extract
Yields: About 4 cups of Mousse.  (It’s a sizable amount but feel free to cut this recipe in half if you are cooking for 1 or 2 people or don’t want a big batch.  For a smaller Batch you can also try this recipe here for my Raw Vegan 3-Ingredient, 5-Minute Chocolate Mousse Recipe)
Optional Ingredients and Add-In’s:  2 Tbsp Coconut Oil, Cocoa Butter, Orange or Lemon Zest, Cinnamon, Honey, Maple, or Yacon Syrup instead of Agave, Splash of nutmilk like almond or coconut milk,

Optional Twist: If you really want to go all out with the high raw vegan theme, you can layer it with my Vegan “Cool Whip”, also known as my Cashew Cream Recipe, which is pretty much the same as my Raw Vegan Cheesecake Filling without the lemon juice!

Slice of Raw Vegan Cheesecake

Directions for Today’s Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse
Combine All Ingredients in Vita or Food Processor, Bullet, etc.

Avocados in blenderOverhead of Avocado's in blender
Ingredients needed to make Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse

Blend Until Smooth.  It’s thick, fudgy, and rich!

Blended up MousseTamper showing consistency of Mousse

Put into a Container and Either Refrigerate…

Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse in clear container
Close up of Mousse
 Or Savor Immediately!  It’s really pretty if you layer it in clear glasses with strawberries, blueberries or other fruit!  Or the Cashew Cream (or Cool Whip or TruWhip) layered in glasses, parfait-style!
Close up of Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse in container

You can also Freeze This and it sets up into a lovely cold treat!

Overhead of Mousse Recipe

This will keep in your fridge for a few days and for much longer in your freezer.  But honestly, it’s super amazing you won’t have any Leftover “Problems” on your hands!

Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse in container

I served this to my very non-raw, very non-vegan, don’t-even-like-avocados-out of town guests, and they were shocked, amazed, and floored about how amazing it is!  They had no idea there were even avocados in it!

Mousse close up in container

I also brought it to a 4th of July Party last year and arrived about 7pm.  Men, women, children, and toddlers were all raving about it!  The bowl was cleaned out long before the firecrackers went off at 9pm!

Dessert was Vegan Homemade Coconut Oil Chocolate

Two slices of Vegan Homemade Coconut Oil Chocolate
Diced up Vegan Homemade Coconut Oil Chocolate
Skylar was all excited that we were going to do yoga together!
Young Girl wearing pink standing with arms above head Young girl in pink smiling
Thanks for telling me you liked Her Downward Dog in Yesterday’s Post…haha!


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Please note: I have only made the recipe as written, and cannot give advice or predict what will happen if you change something. If you have a question regarding changing, altering, or making substitutions to the recipe, please check out the FAQ page for more info.