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► Coconut Chocolate Mousse:
1 can (15oz) coconut cream, refrigerated (some brands work better than others, I have always found success with Thai Kitchen brand)
2-3 Tbsp cocoa powder
1-2 Tbsp sweetener of choice
Suggested toppings: coconut shreds, cacao nibs, anything else you prefer!
Allow coconut cream to sit in fridge for a few hours. Do not move or turn over—allow thicker cream to separate to the bottom.
Open can and pour out liquid at top. Transfer cream to a large mixing bowl.
Use a hand mixer to whip solid part of coconut cream.
Add cocoa powder and sweetener.
Whip until well integrated.
Serve and enjoy!
Yields ~2 cups (4 servings).
Per ½ cup serving:
206 cals | 22F | 4C | 2P
1 fiber | 1 sugar | 3 net carbs
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It will depend on the size of the pancakes that you make! The recipe yields 4 servings, so if you made 12 pancakes from the batter, one serving would be 3 pancakes! (The recipe for the pancakes is linked in the description of the video, and with the recipe you'll find the nutritional information)
What food processor do you use? My old Kitchen Aid one I got as a gift broke down :(
I can spend up to $40 and don't want a small one. Strong enough for dough and nut butters, but also leak proof.
Any recomendations? Please :) Thanks!
The food processor I use is linked in the description of the video! It's pretty pricey but it's a great tool in my kitchen. But there are other food processors out there! I don't have any specific brands to recommend, but I used to use a cuisinart before I got this one!
I made the pancakes this morning. It was really nice to be able to eat pancakes again. I had to keep reminding myself that they were in fact gluten free. My mind was bracing myself for a stomach ache ha.
I made the cashew butter squares and YUM! Disclaimer: I didn't have cashew butter, so I used natural peanut butter and I had left over toasted coconut and threw that in too. But still, your ideas are fabulous! Oh and last night I did the chicken/veggie dinner idea too! Hubby couldn't get enough of this one! Tomorrow's lunch will be the tuna/avocado lettuce wraps! Thank you for all the great healthy ideas!! Keep 'em coming!
Made the pancakes for breakfast and the burgers for dinner. Both winners with my family and my picky 4 year old. New to your channel and love it! I especially appreciate the high quality of your videos.
Yes, I love the recipe cards! While i do miss the pdf format, the cards are conveniently sized for referring in the kitchen! You and your team are always trying to be more accommodating to your audiencr, which I totally appreciate. Thanks guys!
I'm so glad to hear the recipe cards work for you! Also, so you know, we now link the recipes in the description of the video, so you can find more detailed info about the procedure and the nutritional information :)
Just about anything can make us gain weight - it's less about specific foods that make us gain weight and more about the foods we eat regularly and HOW MUCH food that we eat. Even if we're just eating carrots all the time, eating more calories than our body needs for energy can lead to weight gain!
I love these simple recipes so much! Not only are they great for when you're on a budget but you can always add whatever you'd like. Thank you for inspiring me to eat healthier and now that I'm pregnant I'll be trying a lot more of your recipes.
I have the ingredients for all of the vegetarian recipes!!! That's me fed for the next couple of weeks. Seriously, thank you for these recipes, They're really helpful for someone like me who has a very busy schedule and sometimes feels overwhelmed with the task of keeping up with every meal.
Mind Over Munch: You don't have to buy spices every day...
Me: *looks at my cabinet full of pumpkin pie spice* *blush* hehe...perhaps I've been overzealous :-P
I am truly excited about cooking the wings, veggies, and potatoes. I will probably swap in some sweet potatoes to keep everyone in the house happy :) Perhaps the coconut chocolate mousse will be our dessert this week <3 I do love chocolate!
This was amazing, Alyssa. I can't wait to try some of these.
I do have to recommend that you parboil your wings and give em a pay with a paper towel to dry before baking. They come out so crispy and delicious without any oil. I learned that from the Fifteen Spatulas channel, which I believe you are familiar with. :)
Oh no! Sophie Willgoose has some great tips, you could blend up another fruit, unsweetened applesauce is a great substitute, or even avocado! (if you don't mind green pancakes) Since the banana is acting as a fat substitute where eggs/butter might be used, you need something else that's creamy and viscous to act as a fat substitute in the pancakes to keep them together. But, since ripe bananas make these pancakes naturally sweet, you might want to add some sweetener to taste! I've got a whole blog about baking substitutions if you want to check out some other options and tips :)
What also works great for chocolate mousse is silken tofu. So you have a lot of protein and less fat 😊 You just have to blend it until it's smooth and add melted chocolate and sweetener of choice 😋 Then you have to put it in the fridge.
PS: I love that you always have vegan recipes in your videos 😄
Mind Over Munch pancakes were DELISH!! Also love the spray before flip tip... Who would have thought it could be this easy?!💗 I am obsessed( in a good way) and could watch your videos all day! Next the coconut mousse!!😍
LOL so glad that you enjoy these recipes! I appreciate that so much, I do sincerely try to provide recipes that can work for all lifestyle choices, or at least to offer options and suggestions for how to modify them - I'm really glad that shows on the channel :)
Bananas are a great baking substitute because they're creamy and hearty like a solid fat (i.e. butter), and they add natural sweetness when they're ripe! In some baking recipes, you could try substituting unsweetened apple sauce instead of banana, pumpkin puree, or even avocado, you just might want to add some sweetener to compensate for the taste. I'm not sure how unsweetened apple sauce or avocado would substitute in this pancake recipe, but it could be worth experimenting! You might find this blog post helpful, I recommend checking out the sections for egg substitutes and butter/oil substitutes! Lots of non-banana ideas there :)
I hate bananas as well; the only way I eat them is in my strawberry-banana-greek yogurt smoothie and, of course, banana nut bread. What I find is that when mixed with these other ingredients, I don't taste the banana at all. It makes dealing with the yuck factor of peeling and slicing a little more bearable.
hi Alyssia! I'm a huge fan and I was wondering if you could possibly make a video for diabetics? maybe like 3 ingredient, or bento box? I know that you always post healthy choices, the majority of what you post could they be for a diabetic also? I'm asking because I'm trying to help my mom make better food choices now that she has been diagnosed with type 2. I really appreciate your channel and thank you again!
Hi! Many of the recipes I post could absolutely work for a diabetic, but again, as with everyone, we are all different and manage our health differently. It's amazing you're wanting to help your mom, and I think one of the best ways to help is to inform yourself about the condition and help her get more informed! Hopefully her doctor has been helpful in sharing information and resources, but it can only help more for us to seek out our own information. There are certain foods that may be better for her, or maybe even a lifestyle change - it can vary! Someone who's diabetic may start a vegan lifestyle and find that helps, someone else with diabetes might start a ketogenic lifestyle and find that helps! It will really depend on the individual, which is why I can feel a bit uncomfortable telling anyone what to eat or what not to eat, or even putting specific meal plans out there for people to follow. I believe information is power, and with that information you have the power to CHOOSE the things that would be best for your health (and your mom for her own health). Most of my recipes are provided with serving sizes and nutritional information, so you can gauge which might be good choices for your mom, based on things like the carbohydrate content. I'm so glad you're asking questions and wanting to learn, I hope this can be helpful in some way!! Thanks for being part of this community!