In this recipe you get to curb sugar cravings, satisfy your love for chocolate and fuel yourself with a potassium rich source of healthy fats.
Take 10 minutes to whip up this silky ketogenic chocolate mousse.
Avocado gives a thick, creamy texture that is enhanced by the cream. You can use dairy or coconut cream, consider which you have available and on hand. Of course, if you don’t tolerate dairy well – enjoy the coconut!
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Dairy-Free Keto Options
In general, it’s pretty easy to adapt my keto recipes and make them dairy-free. Unfortunately, I can’t say this across the board. Some people really like their cheesecakes with whipped cream! All most all of the recipes in The Ketogenic Edge Cookbook are dairy-free. Those that do contain dairy are easily adapted by using coconut oil instead of butter or omitting a sprinkling of cheese on top. In the companion cookbook, The Ultimate Guide to Low-Carb Baking, I teach how to modify dairy containing recipes and make them dairy-free. I also created a number of recipes like Whipped Coconut Cream Frosting and Dairy-Free Coconut Cream Cheese Frosting to help those who prefer not to use dairy products and may need replacements for whipped cream and cream cheese frostings. This simple Dairy-Free Keto Icing is one of my favorite options for decorating ketogenic brownies, cupcakes and cakes.
LAKANTO’s powdered Monkfruit sweetener is my first choice as a keto-friendly sweetener for all homemade chocolate recipes. I prefer the powdered combination of monkfruit and erithrytol over whole erithrytol. I find the powdered sweetener is more easily combined into the cacao mixture, sometimes the whole crystals do not completely mix in and leave a slightly crunchy texture.
The LAKANTO sweeteners are excellent alternatives for those who are sensitive to erythritol/sugar alcohols or any other artificial sweeteners. I’m so appreciative to be able to support a company that maintains high attention to detail and preserves the integrity of their business and products with transparent practices and quality of ingredients.
Recommend: Listen to the Podcast I had with Kevin from LAKANTO here.
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LAKANTO Monkfruit Sweeteners are
- ZERO GLYCEMIC – Lakanto Sweetener will not increase blood sugar
- Zero Calories – With no sugar or added artificial flavoring
- USEFUL – Flavor teas and coffee, baked goods, desserts and chocolates
- EASY- Convenient for on-the-go or everyday use
- Non-GMO Verified Monk Fruit
- DELICIOUS with no bitter aftertaste
Alternatives: I use Lakanto exclusively. If you can’t get it delivered to your area, use erythritol, other monkfruit sweetener or liquid stevia drops instead. Choose regular erythritol, powdered erythritol or liquid sweetener as needed.
Looking for more Ketogenic Chocolate Recipes?
We provide a number of chocolate recipes in The Ketogenic Edge Cookbook. High-quality and organic artisan cacao ingredients will produce a superior flavor over mass-produced products (Hershey’s etc). Given the option, choose products coming from South America like these ones – from us!
Here are some of the chocolatey highlights from The Ketogenic Edge Cookbook:
- Raw Chocolate Energy Bar
- Chocolate Mousse
- Dark Keto Chocolate
- Chocolate Ginger Pecan Butter
- Double Chocolate Nutella
Ketogenic Chocolate Mousse with Hazelnut
- whipped cream
- cacao nibs From our shop!
- Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until smooth.
- Add optional toppings like whipped cream, fresh berries and cacao nibs as desired. Serve immediately or chill for 30 minutes to make for firm before serving.