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2 Ingredients Vegan Chocolate Mousse

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I’m sure that most of you think that making mousse is an elaborate procedure, am I right? Well, here’s a recipe to prove you guys wrong! I have a simple, easy and of course, absolutely delicious 2-ingredient mousse recipe right here for you all.

Try out this recipe right away, so you will never again have to run to the store each time you get a craving for mousse!

Why will you like this 2 Ingredient Chocolate Mousse recipe?

It requires just two ingredients:

Milk and chocolate! Yes, you will need just these two ingredients to make this mousse.

It is simple to make: Have 20 minutes to half an hour to spare? Well, that’s precisely how long it will take you to make this super easy and simple mousse

It is healthy:

This mousse is made with coconut milk and dark chocolate. Both these ingredients are very healthy. So well, you do not have to feel guilty with every spoon of mousse you put in your mouth!

It is vegan:

This mousse recipe is vegan! Yes, I’ve made this mousse using coconut milk, so even vegans can enjoy this delicious mousse at any time!

Main Ingredients in this Recipe

The base ingredient of this mousse is coconut milk, blended with dark chocolate. These ingredients are healthy, as well as they are vegan.

Coconut milk is nutritious and do not add majorly to one’s calories. Additionally, dark chocolate is also good for health, as it is rich in antioxidants.

2 Ingredients Vegan Chocolate Mousse

  • 150 grams dark chocolate
  • 3/4 cup coconut milk ((Or any other milk of choice))
  • Grated dark chocolate ((optional))
  1. Start off by chopping the dark chocolate into small pieces. You can save a few grated shavings for garnish (but this is optional).Transfer into a mixing bowl.

  2. Into a saucepan, heat up the milk on low heat until hot (not boiling).Then, pour on top of the chocolate pieces.

  3. Mix well until the chocolate pieces fully dissolve and melt, blending inwith the milk.

  4. Thereafter, take a deep bottomed bowl (large enough to fit in yourmixing bowl with the chocolate mixture) and pour in some cold water and 15 to20 ice cubes.

  5. Place the mixing bowl into the deep bottomed bowl with the cold water and keep mixing the chocolate mixture with a whisk for a few minutes. Soon you will notice that the mixture is beginning to thicken into a custard-like consistency.

  6. Once you achieve the custard-like consistency, pour the mixture into 2or 3 ramekins/bowls and place it in the refrigerator for 2 to 3 hours to set.

  7. To serve, garnish with a few gated chocolate shavings (optional).

Alternative Ingredient Substitutes

Coconut Milk:

In this recipe, coconut milk has been used. But in case you wish to use any other milk like cow’s milk or any other plant-based milk like almond milk, rice milk, oat milk, soy milk etc., you can do so. Just substitute the milk in the same quantities.

Dark Chocolate:

This recipe calls for dark chocolate, as it is a dark chocolate mousse. But you could always make this mousse with milk chocolate or white chocolate as well. You can substitute the chocolate of your choice in the same proportions.

Recipe Additions


If you wish to have a little extra crunch in your mousse, you could add in a few chopped nuts, mixed and of any one type. Some nuts you could use are walnuts, almonds, cashewnuts, pistachios, pine nuts etc.

Dry Fruits:

In addition to nuts (or without nuts), you can add in some chopped dry fruits as well for additional flavour. Dry fruits like raisins, blueberries, cranberries etc., will go well with this mousse.

Serving Suggestions

Whipped Cream

Apart from garnishing this mousse with some dark chocolate shavings, you can add on top, a dollop of whipped cream to serve.

Chopped Fruit

You can chop up some fresh fruits like strawberries, blueberries, cranberries etc., and enjoy it along with the mousse.


  • Make sure to use sweetened dark chocolate as this recipe doesn’t use any sweetener.
2 Ingredients, healthy dessert