What’s a meal without dessert to cap it off? I, for one, am not satisfied without desserts but then again that’s more weight on the scale.
It’s a good thing that there are healthier options even when it comes to desserts! There are refined sugar free desserts good for diabetics. There are dairy-free ones for the lactose intolerant. And fat free ones for those who are trying to lose extra weight but can’t resist the goodness of sweet desserts!
There are so many to choose from but I figured we can focus on one kind that even master chefs still love to serve to their customers. And, it just so happens this is my favorite.
Check out these vegan mousse recipes!
Avocado Chocolate Mousse
Avocados have taken a lot of attention these past few years. What because of the on-going trend of the avocado toast, more and more people are including the fruit in different recipes.
This decadent chocolate mousse is made with fresh avocados and made healthier by using almond milk, organic sugar and dark chocolate. Get the full recipe here.
I love super easy recipes so this one is truly one that will make my book of vegan mousse recipes. All it needs are fresh strawberries, heavy cream like coconut cream and either honey or maple syrup!
It’s vegan, gluten free and super fresh! Grab the recipe here!
Here’s something really exotic for an adventurous after dinner treat. Papayas are already super sweet when you get them ripe. The rounder or the smaller the papaya; the sweeter they are. You won’t even need any other kind of sugar in this recipe. Plus, it has nuts and chia seeds!
You can’t get any healthier than that! Learn how to make this here.
Healthy Peanut Butter Mousse
You’re probably wondering how peanut butter can be healthy, right? Well, this recipe does not call for a single spoon of peanut butter at all. This recipe will show you how to make your own faux peanut butter that still tastes sinfully good!
Check it out here.
Coconut Lemon Mousse
Here’s a tropical combination of sweet and tangy; creamy and smooth. Coconut cream, coconut sugar and lemon zest are the only ingredients you need! Simple yet totally capable of wowing palates!
Find the full recipe here.
Matcha Mousse Cake
I don’t know why but lately, trending foods have a green base color. The avocado first then the matcha green tea. Starbucks has a matcha drink and it’s currently one of the best sellers. Is it just social influence? Or is matcha really good?
Only way to find out is to create this piece of heaven for yourself! Grab the recipe here.
Lavender Berry Mousse
Where I’m from, berries is not an easy commodity to come by and they don’t come cheap. Which is why this will be in my list of vegan mousse recipes that I will try the next time I travel where I can easily get a hold of berries. It has different kinds of berries, coconut cream, cashews and lavender oil!
I can already imagine how tarty, fruity and flowery this would smell! Try it here!
There we have them, folks! Seven vegan mousse recipes you can try for each day of the week or for your next dinner parties at home! They’re healthy but still is more than enough to satisfy any sweet tooth!
Which one is your favorite? Let us know in a comment below!