Strawberry chocolate avocado mousse easy as 1-2-3! Just 4 ingredients!! Super decadent, super fast to make. Vegan, Paleo, gluten-free & nut-free.
Chocolaty. Fudgy. Smooth. Tastes just like old time chocolate pudding without all the naughty stuff. But I’ll tell you when I’m eating it I cannot tell the difference at all.
Strawberries are low in sugar and great for diets and low sugar lifestyles, making this treat undeniable.
I make chocolate mousse as a snack all the time, but I never ever thought to add it to my blog. I get a lot of questions about chia pudding and chocolate avocado mousse. How to make it, how much sugar goes into it, how to become healthier using these options instead of dairy.
Chocolate avocado pudding and chocolate avocado mousse is so easy to make, I figured I’d let the other bloggers take a stab at it, but then I realized my peeps want these types of recipes from me. So here we are…
Well….first I had my blog photoshoot a few weeks ago and I wanted one of those pics where you are eating what you create. You know the kind. You go to someones blog and there is this homestyle baking picture as a profile picture. Lady in tow with a baking bowl of something delicious. I’m no Mrs. Cleaver, but the idea of being a modern home baker sounded so so cool that I wanted my picture to be like that. So I decided to whip up popsicles (my specialty). Green Tea Matcha Popsicles using Organic Living Superfoods (tested at under 5ppm) and this Strawberry Chocolate Avocado Mousse – For the pics! For the photoshoot. Never thought of it for the blog, but it needs to be here, it’s just too good. Like it’s really really good.
Sadly my photographer said it looked like poop. I so should have gone with cookie dough. Personally I still think the pics rocked!!
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WHAT YOU WILL NEED:
2 medium (ripe) avocados
2/3 cup unsweetened cacao powder (or cocoa powder)
3 tablespoons pure maple syrup
2 tablespoons unsweetened plant based milk or even 2% ( I have used coconut, tigernut & hemp)
tiny pinch of pink salt or sea salt
Add everything to the food processor and blend on high till all ingredients are well blended. Then scrape the sides with a spatula and blend again till smooth.
I use plant-based milk, but you can make this recipe with skim or 2% milk. 2% will make the pudding thicker.
Store up to 2 days in the fridge! Enjoy!!
- 2 medium (ripe) avocados
- ⅔ cup unsweetened cacao powder (or cocoa powder)
- 3 tablespoons pure maple syrup
- 2 tablespoons unsweetened plant based milk or even 2% ( I have used coconut, Tiger Nut & hemp)
- tiny pinch of pink salt or sea salt
- Add everything to the food processor and blend on high till all ingredients are well blended. Then scrape the sides with a spatula and blend again till smooth.