Chocolate Mousse



The Vegan Stoner's Chocolate Mousse

34 comments:

neha said...

This looks delicious. I try and eat vegan the most I can, but it's hard when I don't find many vegan items in my local grocery store. What are the staple vegan items that you recommend and where can you find them for a good price?

my little celebration said...

I SHALL be making this!!!

Banana Wonder said...

Stunning! I am going vegan for 50 days starting Monday, so I will be sure to add this to my diet :P

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi neha — We find good prices on vegan items in international markets and grocery stores with bulk bins. Coconut milk and chili sauce, for example, are almost always cheaper in int'l markets. Items like nutritional yeast, TVP, and oats are a better value from bulk bins.

We also suggest fudging around with the recipes and substituting ingredients for more common place items. For instance, syrup in place of agave or use less coconut milk/almond milk in place of soy cream.

We are working on a few info-graphs that will function as references for grocery staples, substitutions, etc. If you would like a little more help with this feel free to send us an email here.

Veggie Tales said...

Yum!

That chocolate chip is me when I get my hands on a bag of chocolate chips.

Kelsey Marcus said...

This looks great! Can't wait to make it!

Btw, Neha, it's harder for the perishable items, but for dry items like nutritional yeast, TVP etc I've found you order a lot of them online.

court said...

NOMZ! can't wait to make this....

great add vegan stoner. i am totally blazed.

Mike @TheIronYou said...

One word: AMAZING!!!!!!!

CocoPuffKenDoll said...

The cookies have to Nutter Butters. The pairing shall be too epic. Love you guys! Can't wait till the next cookbook =)

seriouslysassymama.com said...

This is my first time to your blog, and I love your illustrations.

LOT{c} said...

I can't do soy, but this looks AMAZING and I might try it with coconut or almond milk and some sort of organic pudding for texture??? And BTW, your made up brand illustrations are PURE HILARITY.

Anna said...

@neha Beans, lentils & chickpeas are versatile, nutritious, cheap and available pretty much everywhere! Great for knocking up chilies, stews, bean burgers etc.

xXzapxfireXx said...

Looks wonderful. I will definitely try this one out!

Elisabeth said...

Yummmmmmmmy!!!

CocoPuff KenDoll said...

I made it today with the Nutter Butter cookie bottoms and it was so good! Firmed up in the fridge and it's irresistible!

My name is Tina said...

What beautiful Blog i was looking for a Vegetarian Chili and I found this pretty Blog, Congrats, I'm planning to visit you frequently!!!

A and B said...

Just re-found you blog! You are so creative/ love it! Great recipes too, i'm dying to try this mousse out!

Anonymous said...

Great recipe for Chocolate Mousse! I used oatmilk instead of soy creamer, and threw in a handful of cashews when blending to help thicken the mousse. Great recipe!

Anonymous said...

Vegan Stoner, this recipe looks fantastic and healthy! I'd really love to try this out, but...can I substitute the soy cream with soy milk?

hydeordie said...

This reminds me of a decadent peanut butter icing I just saw on http://www.fengshuidana.com/2012/02/27/gluten-free-beet-brownies-that-rock/...the brownies she makes are just gluten free (eggs in them) but the icing is something I'm bookmarking for later and think it might be nice to dollop on this, no?

catlj88 said...

Wow I love your designs! Do you draw up the recipes yourself? Too cute!

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Leah said...

this looks amazing, i can't wait to try it!

Farrah P said...

I have to make this!! Looks so delicious.

Kendoll Carson said...

I can't wait till you guys have a facebook and interest presence. i have so many photo I want to share with you! <3

Cesca*QB said...

I just discovered you site...I LOVE IT!! <3

vegan said...

amaze! looks soooo good!! must try this out... could the soy cream possibly be substituted for coconut cream? or would the coconut flavor be a little overpowering?

btw - love your blog!! inspiring

CoryTaylorCox said...

Your Layout and Illustrations are great! my gf has a food blog too if you'd like to check it out http://theheartyherbivore.wordpress.com/

Stephanie said...

This looks ridiculously good!!! As soon as I introduce my son to soy I am going to spoil him with this!

namb said...

We made this several times, definitely one of our favourites, so easy and quick :9 thanks for keeping it simple ;)

Erin Margaret said...

I have just discovered your site and omg I love it/you so much. Gotta try this chocolate pudding and see if that satisfies my ravenous appetite for chocolate! :)

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Anonymous said...

Thanks for the site! Yummy lookin' stuff!

Kris said...

Everything on your site is awesome! Just ordered the cookbook. My question though are there vegan choc chips I could find somewhere? Because I think most have milk in them

The Vegan Stoner said...

Hi Anonymous. Usually the darker the chocolate, the better the chance of them being vegan. Check the ingredients carefully. Dark chocolate nibs and carob chips make good replacements, if you can't find any vegan brands at your local grocery store.

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