Super easy and delicious recipe for your favorite dessert! With an addition of a surprising ingredient!

If you want a recipe that will completely surprise and shock your guests, you don’t have to look further.

Although the mousse is a very classic of the “chocolate dessert” world, this one has something particular, it’s egg-free!

How did we do that? Check it out here:

Ingredients:

  • Aquafaba (chickpeas water);
  • 200g Dark chocolate;
  • 2 tablespoon of Maple syrup.

Process:

This chocolate mousse is really simple and it will take you only 15 minutes to make.

So let’s get going!

Start by chopping your chocolate in small pieces and then melt it either in the microwave or on the hop in a small pan in Bain-Maire.

For your chickpeas’ water you can use the liquid of the can or the water used to cook your dry chickpeas.

Put the water in a bowl and start whipping it with an electric whisk. Stop only when you have obtained a texture similar to whipped egg whites.

Trust me, at the end of the process you won’t even notice the difference!

When the chocolate is completely melted, pour it in the bowl with the whipped aquafaba and mix the very slowly.

You don’t want to ruin the perfect voluminous whip you just got!

Lastly, add the two tablespoons of maple syrup to add a bit of sweetness.

Leave in the fridge for at least an hour and then serve with some raspberries or shaved chocolate!

Here you have a perfect vegan chocolate mousse that will satisfy all your chocolate cravings!

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