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  • Avocado chocolate mousse

    Avocado chocolate mousse

    Avocado chocolate mousse is a delicious, healthy alternative to a chocolate mousse. This avocado chocolate mousse tastes indulgent and chocolatey without adding inches to your waistline. With two of one of your five a day included per portion, this pudding will quickly become a favourite in your house. Avocados are an excellent source of monounsaturated fat and vitamin E and have a more soluble form of fibre than most other fruit and vegetables, as well as containing a number of useful minerals such as iron, copper and potassium and are a good source of the B vitamin, folate. Cacao powder is made up of the solids that are formed after taking out cacao butter in the chocolate making process. Cacao powder is in chocolate, chocolate syrup and other chocolate products widely available, and has the lowest percentage of fat than any other part of the cacao bean. If you donít like the flavour of maple syrup, you can replace it with honey or agave nectar, however this no longer makes this pudding vegan, but donít worry if you're not catering for a string vegan, or are one yourself, itís still vegetarian. Frozen bananas are also fantastic for your morning smoothie, so if you decide to make a half portion of this avocado chocolate mousse, you know your frozen banana wonít go to waste.

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  • Chocolate mousse

    How to make chocolate mousse

    This classic choccy treat is so quick and simple to make. A rich and creamy mousse makes the perfect dessert recipe that the whole family will love...

    • 3
    (332 ratings)
  • berry mousse cake

    Vegan berry mousse cake bar

    Our berry mousse cake bar is a sweet and fruity vegan treat. Coconut cream and cashew nuts make this berry mousse cake rich and creamy, without using any animal products! It can sometimes be difficult to cater to everyone's dietary requirements and still make a tasty pudding, but this recipe for our berry mousse cake bar makes it easy. We love this recipe as a quick dessert to whip up and leave in the fridge for when you have friends or family over for dinner and don't want to spend ages in the kitchen while they're there.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Low-fat Maltesers mousse

    A low fat chocolate mousse can be done, and it's delicious too. This recipe with Maltesers is so rich and delicious, you'd have no idea this mousse contains no butter, egg yolks or cream! Taking just minutes to prep and get in the fridge it's the perfect low calorie dessert for when you're trying to be good!

    • 3
    (332 ratings)
  • Double chocolate mousse

    Double chocolate mousse

    A double chocolate mousse is a brilliant pud for dinner parties: layers of white and dark chocolate, chilled to perfection! A chocolate mousse is such an indulgence, so there's nothing better than a mousse with two layers! This recipe is really easy to make and is perfect for a special occasion. It takes a little while to set, but that's ideal if you're expecting friends round, as it means you can get on with something else while it sits in the fridge. For a no-fuss dessert that goes great with fresh fruit or simply on its own, this is the one for you. Make it for a special occasion, or simply because you fancy something sweet - it's easy to make and you probably already have the ingredients in the fridge!

    • 4
    (47 ratings)
  • Slimming World's classic chocolate mousse

    Slimming World's classic chocolate mousse

    Slimming World's classic chocolate mousse is a light and creamy pud that doesn't miss out on flavour, only sugar - swapping it for sweetener. The dark chocolate in this recipe makes this mousse rich in flavour. Make sure you chill them for 4 hours before serving to get the right consistency - it might even be best if you can make these the night before you need them so they're ready to go as soon as you want them the next day! You easily make these puds as a dinner party dessert - they're rich and indulgent enough and no one will know that you've swapped out the sugar for sweetener! Give them a go, they couldn't be quicker to make and they're certainly worth the wait while they chill!

    • 3
    (58 ratings)
  • Super-quick chilli chocolate mousse

    Super-quick chilli chocolate caramel mousse

    This is the simplest, quickest and tastiest pud you can make in next to no time with just store cupboard ingredients. It's half caramel and half chocolate. It contains no eggs and there's no need to stand over a pan and make a caramel. The chocolate caramel mousse can be made a few days in advance and kept in the fridge. Put the mousse in a pretty shot glass and you're bound to impress. You could also add other flavours to the chocolate, like coffee or grated orange zest.

    • 5
    (6 ratings)
  • Raspberry brownie and chocolate mousse pots

    Raspberry, brownie and chocolate mousse pots

    Impress your dinner guests when you finish off dinner with these little pots layered with brownies, whipped cream, chocolate mousse and raspberries. Infusing the cream with cardamom gives the dessert an added special touch. Now, we know there are a lot of steps but trust us, when you tuck into your own serving, it will all be worth it.

    • 5
    (1 ratings)
  • raspberry mouse

    Raspberry mousse

    This deliciously sweet raspberry mousse is light and full of a tangy berry flavour. Made with fresh raspberries and a light creamy milk, this tasty mousse serves 4-6 people and is perfect for parties. It takes 15 mins to make and a little time to set - and is well worth the wait. Top with fresh whipping cream and handfuls of berries for an even naughtier treat.

    • 4
    (45 ratings)
  • Frappucino

    Frappucino mousse

    With similar flavours and textures to a tiramisu, this delicious creamy and light Frappucino mousse dessert recipe is sure to become a family favourite. Layers upon layers of flavour with a dusting of chocolate on top. Perfect if you've got friends and family over for dinner. The coffee flavour is not too strong, but strong enough to leave a delicious aftertaste in your mouth. Packed with cream and sweetness, this delicious dessert will go down a treat. Serve in cappacino cups with an almond biscuit.

    • 4
    (5 ratings)
  • Mint chocolate mousse recipe

    Mint choc mousse

    Velvety smooth chocolate mousse makes a deliciously sophisticated dinner party dessert. This version is super easy and will be enjoyed by all. The mint flavoured chocolate gives a fresh flavour. Compliment with easy-to-make peppermint cream shapes or if you havenít got time to make them serve the mousse with mint chocolates. The chocolate could be varied. Try orange and spice flavoured dark chocolate or ginger for an alternative festive flavour and serve with similar flavoured chocolates. Candy canes add an extra Christmas feel as well as a bit of crunch to contrast with the mousse. For an extra kick you could add a tablespoon of brandy to the cream.

    • 4
    (5 ratings)
  • Mango and orange mousse

    Mango and orange mousse

    This mango and orange mousse is so easy to make. It is very impressive and refreshing to serve at a dinner party or just after a family meal. With tangy mango and citrus orange, this mousse is irresistible

    • 4
    (4 ratings)

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