Sensual Chocolate Mousse

chocolate mousse

Happy New Year everyone! I love the concept that new years are an opportunity to start the first page of a new diary. It’s a blank canvas waiting to be painted with your unique masterpiece. It belongs to you. You are in control and that is absolutely fantastic.

So, a few weeks ago I had a very intimate but incredible gathering in my home and was in complete awe of the beautiful energies exchanged in my own home. I just get really giddy and excited to have people over so I can cook for them. How cheesy am I? I mean, after all food and laughter are the ways to my heart so I love to share this with the people I love. The menu that night was really all about comforting yet sexy foods. For my meat eaters I made a delightful boeuf bourguignon a la Julia Childs with creamy herbed mashed potatoes. For my veggies I made a hearty pot pie. But really the piece de la resistance was the dessert. Sultry, sensual, decadent, melt in your mouth chocolate mousse. The best part? No one realized it was vegan. WINNING!

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Sultry Dark Chocolate Bark


T’is the season to be jolly. Let’s fa la la la la over to the kitchen and make some gifts to give this year. Put thought, love, sweat and tears (okay, please leave those out just put love) into your gift giving with this nourishing sexy treat. AND the best part about this recipe is it’s GOOD for you. Dark chocolate is the epitome of sexiness and indulgence without overdoing it.

Pack these treats in a lovely candy bag, wrapped with twine and a heartfelt handwritten note to go with it and give to your favorite friends. You may just want to keep these for yourself. They are THAT good.

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Chocolate Chia Pudding

Need an instant mood boost? Make this super easy, Omega 3 and protein rich pudding that is sure to put a smile on your face. Simple, delicious and healthy, what more could you want in a sweet dish. 

What You Need:

1/2 cup Organic Chia Seeds

2 cups Almond-Coconut Milk

3 teaspoons (or more if you like) of cocoa powder

1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon

Grade B Maple Syrup to taste (I put 1/4 of a cup)

Banana, sliced for serving (or any fruit you like)

How You Make It: 

1. Combine chia, non-dairy milk, cocoa and cinnamon in a mason jar or container. Stir until combined. Sweeten with maple syrup if desired. 

2. Refrigerate for at least 4 hours (or overnight for a thicker pudding like consistency). 

3. Serve with fresh fruit and enjoy! 

Enjoy this delicious pudding with someone you love. 

Peace, love and no beef!


P.S. This is great for breakfast, snack or dessert.