Skinnified Chocolate Mousse

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This chocolate mousse is perfect when sweet cravings hit and I’m trying to be healthy. This last week I have been doing a Fuel Cycle on the Trim Healthy Mama plan, which I will be sharing about later this week. It is not always easy to stick tightly to plan especially when a sweet craving comes, this recipe is a great healthy alternative that gives the benefits of coconut oil in a tasty way.

The coconut oil is what makes this so skinning. Pure fats help pull glucose from your cells, thus helping shed pounds. Don’t be afraid of good fats.

This is better after sitting for at least 12 hours. I ate one about two hours after making it and it was alright but not something I would want to eat all the time. Tried it the next afternoon and it was amazing!

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Skinnified Chocolate Mousse
Course dessert
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 12 hours
Servings
small ramikens
Ingredients
Course dessert
Prep Time 10 minutes
Passive Time 12 hours
Servings
small ramikens
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Combine the oil, cocoa powder, and extract if using. Let cool slightly.
  2. In a blender add chocoalte mixture, eggs and salt. Blend until fully combined.
  3. Add liquid through the poor spout while running on low. Blend until well blended.
  4. Pour the mixture into small ramekins. Dpending on how much you put in each you will get 4-6.
  5. Cover with plastic wrap. Put into fridge and let sit for about 12 hours.
Recipe Notes

If you don't make your chocolate using this method often you may want to add more Pyure.

Extract adds just a bit more flavor and you can use any kind that you like, I just happen to love the caramel in my chocolates.

If you are using a Ninja,  I don't recommend using the pour spout it makes a big mess. I poured in all the water and quickly blended so that it did not curdle the eggs.

 

If you follow THM this is a deep s and perfect for those fuel cycle day.

5 thoughts on “Skinnified Chocolate Mousse

  1. Sweet cravings are the worst for me. I definitely need some direction on “good fats.” This looks good!

    1. It really was delicious, and after I let some sit even a few days longer it was thicker and even tastier! I love good fats!

  2. Great idea to have sweets you CAN eat to replace the ones you cannot. I always just do without. Except when I cheat. No wonder, eh?

  3. I’m new to this THM lifestyle and this looks absolutely yummy but I am leary of the eggs in this recipe. Should the hot water be boiling hot? Is that enough that the eggs aren’t raw?

    1. The water should be very hot I would say right under boiling if it’s too hot you risk scrambling the eggs and that would not be a tasty mousse. It is hot enough to cook the egg so that it would not be considered raw when you are eating it. If you are using store bought eggs I would not be concerned.

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