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Sugar Free, Raw, Vegan Chocolate Mousse

By Thepickyeater @pickyeaterblog
Sugar Free, Raw, Vegan Chocolate Mousse

Hi Everyone! This recipe comes to you from my friend Sarah at Slickcoach. She has this awesome recipe for a raw, vegan, chocolate mousse that's guaranteed to satisfy your biggest sugar cravings! Thanks for sharing this recipe with us Sarah!


I really love experimenting with recipes. Particularly ones that consists of just a few ingredients, which you'll more likely to have at home.

There is nothing like a mouthwatering chocolate mousse to boost your mood, am I right? Most of the recipes you'll find online are loaded with refined sugar or are too complicated to make. That's why I created a recipe which will blow your mind. It's super easy AND super healthy. This mousse is going to be velvety, nutty and rich in chocolatey flavor.

One of the secret ingredients in this recipe is Tahini. Tahini is created from sesame seeds that have been soaked and crushed. It has a high concentration of healthy oils, filled with heart-healthy omega-3s. It gives the mousse a rich, nutty consistency that goes really well with the cocoa powder!

For my vegan raw chocolate mouse you don't even need added sugar, because all we use is the natural sweetness of a banana - it's the real deal. I throw in a bit of honey but that adds just a tiny amount of sugar per serving! This mouse is 100% raw, natural, free of refined sugar, gluten free and vegan. Hope you enjoy it!


  • 1 block silken, soft tofu
  • 2 large bananas (or 3 small)
  • 2 tbsp tahini or almond butter (almond butter will be slightly sweeter
  • 1.5 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 tbsp honey


  1. Blend all ingredients in a blender until smooth. Taste and adjust sweetness as needed.
  2. Refrigerate for around 3 hours, ideally overnight. About Sarah Hi Everyone! I'm Sarah from Slickcoach . Slickcoach is a platform that helps you "replace your nutritionist!" at a fraction of the cost. We are an automated, intelligent, and simple diet planner for your goals - whether you want to gain muscle, lose weight, or simply be healthy. We don't advocate any specific diet unless you need it for your health or really benefit from it (such as gluten free, lactose free, ketogenic etc). Based on our years of experience we create a meal plan that totally fits your needs. With us you'll feel more satiated, energized and clearer than ever before. We want to share our knowledge about nutrition and health to help people reach their individual goals. It doesn't matter if you want to lose body fat, gain muscle, improve your overall health or improve specific chronic or non-chronic diseases - Slickcoach will help you to reach your goals. Dieting doesn't have to be hard. It's actually pretty simple. If you're in need for free nutrition, diet and workout advice, tips and simple recipes, just follow us on our , , and .

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