Total Time
Prep 8 mins
Cook 0 mins

Simple ingredients, rich dessert.


  1. In a food processor, blend the avocado, banana and honey until completely smooth. Add the cocoa and blend until the consistency is velvety. Looks good in a wine glass or over your favorite fruit.


Most Helpful

Delicious! I can't believe how creamy this dessert was. I used agave instead of maple syrup, and used less than recommending in the recipe. I used stevia to make up for the rest of the sweetness--don't want to overload on the sugar! Thank you SO much for this recipe, it's definitely going to be a staple in my house now.

Cosima May 29, 2010

Rushing in where others fear to tread, I brought this to a congregational dinner. I made a recipe and a half (9 servings) and put the mousse in 3 oz cups with a squirt of whipped cream. Happy diners, one and all; loads of compliments and expressed astonishment at the raw ingredients. Thank you, selfmadegirl, for a great healthy dessert. I can see this as a frequent flyer on our menu plans!

Glori-B April 24, 2010

This was good but I don't know if I can sell my family on the idea of avocado in it since we eat avocados with lemon juice, salt, pepper. It is very rich and had a good flavor. I would make it again for myself. Thanks.

rosemere March 29, 2010

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