Chocolate mousse in a muffin. 6 ingredients. Do I need to say more? The crispy crust fits the creamy coconut chocolate mousse filling perfectly.
Last New Year’s Eve my boyfriend and I tried out chocolate mousse simply made by two ingredients: dark chocolate and coconut cream. Recently I was thinking about this mousse again but thought it would be great to combine it with something crunchy. Finally, this is the result: No Bake Chocolate Mousse Muffin. Which I’m so happy about.
Dear reader, these chocolate mousse muffins are literally the easiest ones and you will never go wrong doing (and eating) them. In addition, you even have some picture instructions although you won’t need it because they are super basic. So go for it!
Furthermore, these little muffins are excellent to bring along or serve over coffee and cake. So, I promise to all the chocolate lovers out there: you won’t get enough. Blessedly you make 12 at one go. You may consider seriously double the amount of the recipe. 🙂
But now enough said, put out ready the only 6 (yes!) ingredients and make this delicacy. You will never ever regret it because they are probably life-changing. And finally, enjoooy!
- 30 g coconut oil, melted
- 50 g grated coconut
- 2 tsp maple syrup
- 360 g coconut cream
- 240 g dark chocolate
- Start with the crust by melting the oil on low heat (coconut oil will melt in very low temperature).
- Add the oats, grated coconut and maple syrup to the coconut oil and mix well.
- Then distribute the crust into 12 muffin paper cups (each around 2 tsp). Put them in the fridge.
- Now melt the chocolate on low heat.
- In the meantime whip the coconut cream until it's creamy. Add the melted chocolate and mix very well.
- Take out the crust from the fridge and divide the mousse on it. Put it back in the fridge for minimum 2 hours.
- Finally, you can top it with grated coconut.
* Coconut cream is the thick part on the top of the coconut milk can when you let it in the fridge for at least two hours.
* Make sure the chocolate is vegan. Most dark chocolates are but just check to know 100%. I used chocolate with at least 46% cacao.
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