Chocolate Mousse Vegan Keto Avocado

RAW LOVE: Make Avocados into Chocolate Mousse in Minutes!

This recipe is from Marcie Prohofsky of Orgasmic Kitchen.com. It may be hard to believe — blending avocados & chocolate but this easy-to-make dessert is decadently delicious! AVOCADOS are the healthiest aphrodisiac! Aztecs called avos “the testicle tree” (low hanging fruit growing in pairs) and due to a suggestive nature Catholic priests in Spain forbade people to eat avocados.

Californians have a special place in their heart for avocados and the New York Times confirmed avocados are indeed one of the best aprodisiac foods, not for it’s obscenely suggestive sexual testicular shape but for natural, heart-healthy monounsaturated oils, potassium, magnesium, B6, vitamin E; great foods for overall health, cardiovascular, and sexual organs, hair shine, skin vibrancy and hormone production.

Marcie Prohofsky’s suggestion for nurturing your inner Aphrodite is to ditch the desert packed with sugar and heavy fat-laden meal  (which make you sleep anyway) inspiring a light, healthy meal with this climax as a mood-enhancer.

bowl of chocolate spread with spoon

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❤ Take it away, Marcie!!!

  • 4 Ripe Avocados
  • 3/4-1 Cup of Sweetener (Agave Nectar Syrup, Date Paste*)
  • 1 Tbls of Pure Vanilla Extract
  • 1 Cup of Organic Fair Trade Cocoa Powder

Slice each avocado open lengthwise, remove the pit and scoop out the insides with a big soup spoon into a food processor or blender. Add the agave syrup or other sweetener, vanilla, and cocoa powder. Blend or process until it’s fully blended, one consistent color brown and creamy.  You can instantly serve the mousse or set it in the fridge a least 1 hour in order to cool and get more firm. *Monika uses uses keto sweetener monkfruit!

Serve in cups with fresh seasonal fruit or garnish with mint. Summer favorites are strawberries, blackberries and raspberries and in the fall and winter, pears. Or just pack it up for a picnic treat or in your kid’s lunch pail as a healthy nourishing Valentine.

Note: These avos need to be ripe, so finding them in February might be a bit challenging and expensive but totally worth it. And usually, I am a huge advocate of eating only what’s seasonal, but the creamy decadent aphrodisiac is a total treat to get you in the mood, whether you’re flying solo or have a lover to indulge.  HAVE FUN!!!!


Marcie Prohofsky
OrgasmicKitchen.com
“Let’s get cookin’. Now. Together. 
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