Try this dark chocolate avocado mousse from nutritionist to the stars Kelly LeVeque

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Get a taste, literally, of LeVeque’s approach to good health with her recipe for dark chocolate avocado mousse.

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Enjoy it for breakfast or as a delicious snack!

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It’s a double dark 🍫 type of Fri-YAY 🤣💃🏻⁣ ⁣ Dark chocolate protein powder, 1 tsp raw cacao, cacao nibs, 1/2 small avocado, chia and unsweetened almond milk. ⁣ ⁣ Cacao vs. Cocoa: ⁣ ⁣ Cacao is made by cold-processing unroasted cacao beans or low heat processing. (Most bitter) ☝🏻 Bitter can mean better when it comes to phytochemicals. Benefits include:⁣ -increases insulin sensitivity ⁣ -rich in minerals like magnesium, calcium and zinc⁣ -mood booster ⁣ -most polyphenols (anthocyanidins and epicatechins) ⁣ ⁣ Cocoa powder is cacao that has been roasted at high temperatures. Least bitter. ⁣ ⁣ …just remember if the “a” comes first it means raw or less cooked and if the “o” comes first it means cooked. There isn’t any comparative research but we know heating can oxidize oils, decrease enzymes and lower antioxidants. When you can please use raw cacao and remember dairy inhibits antioxidant absorption so finding a “dairy free” chocolate will increase bioavailability of the good stuff. ⁣ ⁣ Happy Friday friends! Xo Kelly ⁣ 📷 @vanessatierneyphoto

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Kelly LeVeque’s dark chocolate avocado mousse


2 large, very ripe avocados (or 3 small, very ripe avocados)

1 serving of organic chocolate plant protein

2 Tb organic raw cacao powder

2 Tb organic milled chia seeds

1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk

1-2 drops organic liquid monk fruit

1/4 tsp ground cinnamon

Sea salt


In a food processor or blender, combine the avocados, chocolate protein, cacao powder, milled chia seeds, almond milk, monk fruit, cinnamon and pinch of salt.

Refrigerate for at least one hour.

Serve in a small bowl with your desired topping, such as seeds, berries, shredded coconut or nuts.

Read all about LeVeque’s morning routine here, including why she starts every day with a smoothie.

Get more recipes from LeVeque, including a build-your-own smoothie tool at

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