Plum-Chocolate Mousse

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Plum chocolate mousse recipe by Ania Nowicki Health and wellbeing coach vitality and food

There's something about the combination of plum, chocolate and coconut oil that is totally irresistable! This pudding tastes incredibly decandent, and yet it has a whole rainbow of nutrients and provides slow release energy. You will need a high speed blender, such as a Vitamix, to get the smooth texture. If you don't have one, soak all the fruit for a couple of hours before making the recipe, use almond flour (which you can make in a coffee grinder if you have one) and use hulled hemp seeds.

Serves: 4

Prep time: 5 minutes

Setting time: 20 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 185g / 1C / 32 prunes (plus an extra 4 for decorating)
  • 6 soft dates
  • 4tbs almonds
  • 2tbs cacao
  • 2tbs hemp seeds
  • 2 tbs virgin coconut oil
  • 500ml / 2C water

Method:

Put the 4 prunes to one side. Place all other ingredients into the blender and blend on high until all ingredients are well combined and you have a smooth consistency. Pour into serving glasses and top with one prune on each. Allow to set in the fridge for at least 20 minutes.

Serve as a breakfast, snack, dessert, meal replacement, whatever takes your fancy! šŸ™‚

 

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Comments 6

  1. Maike

    Dear Ania,

    Another one of your AMAZING recipes! – Simple, nutritious and tasty…

    Well done and thank you – I am so happy to read such inspiration

    All the best

    Maike

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  2. Annabel

    Absolutely delicious! A perfect mousse-y texture which really confused (and delighted!) me as it doesn't have any of the usual mousse-like ingredients. We also tried making a lemon one using the same base ingredients (no cacao) – which tasted great, but was perhaps a bit chocolatey looking still due to the dark colour from the prunes… am wondering if maybe a similar recipe would work but with apricots to sweeten a lemon one…. hmmmmm

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      Ania

      I love it when ingredients come together! Thanks for sharing, Annabel! I’d love to know how you get on with those other flavours! šŸ™‚

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      Ania

      It appears you’ve already linked yourself, Carole! And, of course, I’m very happy for you to link to my recipe. šŸ™‚

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