Silken Chocolate Mousse

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Being vegan means never having to say you’re sorry because you still get to eat all the yummy things! Like this silken chocolate mousse!

Enjoy this amazing dairy free, decadent, and creamy finale to dinner. It’s easy to make, has no added sugars, and is a spectacular alternative to mousse made with dairy and sweetened with sugar. It is a grand breakfast paired with fresh fruits and a crunchy topping like cacao nibs. With all the wonderful antioxidant powers and mood-boosting properties of this coveted superfood, why not aim to add this to your diet more often! Did I mention it is calcium-rich as well? Sweet, savory, spicy, sassy—it’s all sensational, and you are sure to love this easy to make recipe.

Silken Chocolate Mousse


  • 1 package organic silken tofu, approximately 350gr drained in a coffee filter lined mesh sieve 30 mins
  • ½ cup Medjool date jam (soaked dates pureed into a thick paste)
  • Approximately 1\3 cup non-dairy milk
  • ½ cup raw cocoa powder, sifted
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 oz. espresso coffee


Raw Chocolate shavings or ground espresso beans, cacao nibs, Sunwarrior mocha, vanilla, or chocolate protein powder sprinkled over the mousse with a spice shaker or through a wire sieve.

Total Time

Prep Time

10 min

  1. In a high-speed power blender or food processor (the results won’t be as creamy if using a food processor), blend all the ingredients except the garnish until creamy and mousse-like. Scrape down sides of your blender or processor occasionally and add additional liquid as needed and blend once again.
  2. Once ready, divide into four stemmed glasses or small mason jars and chill until ready to serve. (At least two hours).
  3. Garnish as desired and finish with a drizzle of espresso as a gourmet-good finishing touch.
Silken Chocolate Mousse

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