A DESSERT that won’t Ruin your Resolution

A DESSERT that won’t Ruin your Resolution

A DESSERT that won’t Ruin your Resolution

mousseDessert. I said it. I ate it. I survived and didn’t break any “rules” regarding New Year’s healthy eating resolutions. It was goooood. Even Archer loved it and said it was like ice cream. Drooling yet? Good thing it only takes about 5 minutes to make!



Healthy, Yummy Chocolate Mousse (Dairy-Free). Makes about 4-5 servings

1 can full fat coconut milk, preferably organic and free from additives/emulsifiers. I use this one native coconut milk

2-3 tablespoons cocoa powder

1 tablespoon raw honey or pinch of stevia, to taste

1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract

Chill your can of full-fat coconut milk for a few hours in the refriderator or overnight. When you are ready to make the mousse, open up the can and scoop the thick coconut cream into a large bowl (try to keep as much liquid out of the cream as possible)*. Add the rest of the ingredients to the bowl and beat the mixture for 2-5 minutes. Eat right away or chill it. Mousse will become thicker as it chills in the fridge but it will lighten up again if you re-beat it (optional) before serving.

*You can use the left over liquid to add into smoothies or pour over granola or fruit.

I took the recipes and suggestions from Kayla Grossman at Radiant Life and The Urban Poser for this recipe but there are many recipe variations that use different ingredients such as dates, avocado, maple syrup, nuts, and fruit so feel free to search and choose a recipe that works best for you.

Coconut milk is high in saturated fatty acids and medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) which are metabolized quickly and burned as fuel by the body by going straight to the liver.

We will discuss moving forward this year toward a healthy life soon so stay tuned!

Live Well.

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