Vegan & Dairy Free Chocolate Mousse

Jul 7, 2020| By JOI team

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Jul 7, 2020| By JOI team

Vegan & Dairy Free Chocolate Mousse

Almond-Base | Dairy-Free | Dessert | Gluten-Free | Recipe | Vegan | Vegetarian | 

Recipe created and written by Sara Ayesh of White Kitchen Red Wine

Calling all chocolate lovers! Need a way to indulge that sweet tooth but still stay cool this summer? How about this chilled Chocolate Mousse Shooter with Berries! It’s a 3-bite dessert that is guilt free AND dairy free. It’s so thick and creamy it’ll satisfy any chocolate lover. 

Healthy Dairy Free Chocolate Mousse Made with JOI


Made with JOI Almond base, the creamy base helps bind this dessert together. In a small blender cup or a mixing bowl with a hand mixer these few ingredients just take 1 minute of mixing to transform before your eyes. Would you even believe that these aren’t just dairy free..they are HEALTHY! 

Avocado, cocoa powder, agave syrup or honey, JOI Almond Base and a little water blend wonderfully into this smooth and rich treat. You can eat it right out of the blender cup, but may we suggest giving it a chill? Chill it down in the refrigerator then top with fresh berries for a sweet summer treat.

Healthy Dairy Free Chocolate Mousse Made with JOI


Serve these up in shot glasses for an elegant dessert for guests or dig into a big bowl of it all for yourself!

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