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Raw Mocca Mousse @Amazing Avocado #holidayavocado

Tea Party Mocca Mousse *Dates *Coconut milk *Vanilla beans *Cocoa powder *Lucuma powder *Avocado *Coffee *Coconut oil *Chlorella powder *Top with blackberries

Days 6/7 Raw Food Challenge +Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse

Guest Post: Days Raw Vegan Challenge + Chocolate Mousse Recipe - Just Glowing with Health

Tea party Mocca Mousse. Raw. Vegan.

Good, cuz you're invited to a crazy raw tea party *on my bed* where the magic happens.

Raw Vegan Chocolate Mousse1 cup Raw Cashews, Soaked 6 Hours or overnight 1 Tablespoon Agave Syrup 4 teaspoons Coconut Oil 1/2 tsp vanilla 1/4 cup Water 3 Tablespoons Raw Cacao Powder mix all.	Chill 1 hour or overnight.

Raw Vegan Chocolate cup Raw Cashews, Soaked 6 Hours or overnight 1 Tablespoon Agave Syrup 4 teaspoons Coconut Oil tsp vanilla cup Water 3 Tablespoons Raw Cacao Powder mix all. Chill 1 hour or overnight.

Some Christmas candy inspiration. These Pistachio Truffles are no-bake and sooo tasty.

This is one of the featured truffles in the upcoming Raw Candy eBook that I'm working on right now!

Caramelia Chocolate Mousse Cake

An extremely decadent raw chocolate mousse cake, featuring surprisingly avocado!

'The God Torte' filled with layers of raw chocolate and maca cream. See recipe on page 58 + 59 in my eBook.

'The God Torte' filled with layers of raw chocolate and maca cream. Use UpCup Vegan chocolate to make this heavenly looking dessert

Chocolate heart      • 50 g Cocoa butter = 1/4 cup as liquid  • 3 tablespoons Virgin Coconut oil (1 tbsp if you don't want to decorate the hearts)      Melt the Cocoa butter and Coconut oil in a water bath or in a dehydrator. Pour in a bowl and stir by hand. If you want to decorate the hearts with text or patterns, pour 2 tbsp in a plastic squeezing bottle and wait for it to thicken. Before you start decorating, you want the consistency of the white chocolate to be rather firm, bu...

Chocolate heart • 50 g Cocoa butter = 1/4 cup as liquid • 3 tablespoons Virgin Coconut oil (1 tbsp if you don't want to decorate the hearts) Melt the Cocoa butter and Coconut oil in a water bath or in a dehydrator. Pour in a bowl and stir by hand. If you want to decorate the hearts with text or patterns, pour 2 tbsp in a plastic squeezing bottle and wait for it to thicken. Before you start decorating, you want the consistency of the white chocolate to be rather firm, bu...

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