This Friday afternoon and as perfect weekend preparations we want to share a delicious raw chocolate mousse cake with a coconut twist with you! This one is super easy to make and will make your taste buds go bananas 😉 The cake is clean (of course) and every single ingredient is doing wonders for your body. Seriously, it cannot be more fun and delicious to be a health nut! Do you not agree? 🙂 The recipe is inspired by amazing Brenda with an amazing instagram (onehungrymami).
Ok. Let´s make this cake to celebrate this perfect day!
– 1/4 cup Walnuts
– 7 Dates
– 2 big tsp Carob
– 2 Bananas
– 2 Avocados
– 1/4 cup Raw cacao
– 1-2 tsp Agave syrup
– Vanilla powder
– 2 bananas
– 4 tbs coconut cream
This time we wrote some meassurement and proportions but please use them only as guidlines depending how big you want your cake and the size of your ingredients. This cake is a pretty small one and would go for 3 people, depending how big appetite you have of course! 😉
Make your chocolate mousse by putting the ingredients in your food processor. Mix until it is smooth and no chunks in it. Take half of the mousse and cover the crust. Place the other half in an other bowl meanwhile.We love carob and think it gives a nice touch together with raw cacao but if you donnot have it at home, feel free the replace it with raw cacao instead.
Wash your food processor. Add your ingredients for the banana coco and process until smooth. Cover gently the chocolate mousse with your banana coco cream. Do it carefully.
Now take the rest of your chocolate mousse and cover your banana coco cream layer. Put it in your freezer and let it sit for an hour or more, depending on how big your form is. Take it out a good while before serving. Enjoy it with berries – bon appetite!!!
Before we let you go and make this delicious cake we want to share some very powerful words by Dr. Wayne Dyer with you. We hope you will take your time and truly try to make the effort to live after them:
”Fear is a big obstacle in the excuse catalog. A course in miracles tells us that there are only two emotions we can experience: love and fear. If we can find out ways to stay in a space of love, then fear is an impossibility.”
With our hearts,
Julie & Katrin