It’s that time of the month… and I really needed something chocolatey!
This Chocolate Tofu Mousse is so delicious! Definitely did the trick. 😋
Will you try it?
30g soft pitted dates
30g oats (use gluten-free if preferred)
20g unsweetened coconut flakes
stevia to taste, or use natural sweetener of your choice
300g silken tofu
25g dark chocolate (minimum 70% cocoa)
10g cocoa powder
30g chocolate or vanilla flavour whey or rice protein powder (optional)
for the topping:
5g dark chocolate, finely grated
Place all of the ingredients into a blender or food processor and blend until creamy.
Transfer to 3 small serving bowls and refrigerate for up to 3 days or freeze on the same day.
Top with grated dark chocolate before serving.
If you’d like more tasty healthy recipes, grab my ‘21 Fit and Healthy Recipes You’ll Love’ ebook. It’s free by clicking the link below. Enjoy! 🤗❤️❤️
Hello lovely people!
Hope you had an amazing Christmas!
You’re probably feeling a little heavier than you did a few days ago (or even a few weeks ) …
So here’s my present to you on this Boxing day. My yummy healthy recipe ebook is finally finished!
This is what to expect to expect:
– Healthy, tasty and easy to make recipes.
– Wheat, gluten and refined sugar-free.
– Calories and macros included with every recipe.
– Each recipe fully photographed with an ingredients photo and finished dish photo.
– Suitable for fat loss.
– Includes drinks, snacks & treats, breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Just click the link below and get your copy! I hope you enjoy it as much as me.
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Do you already do these? Will you be more mindful of them? How are your energy levels?
My favourite snack!
I like to keep things simple.
Pip & Nut almond butter, mixed seeds, shredded coconut.