Dairy Free Chocolate Mousse

This recipe is from a book called The Vegucation of Robin. (Gotta love that title!) I found it in a thrift store a few weeks back and couldn’t wait to try some things in it.

It’s about how real food saved Robin Quivers life. Robin Quivers is best known as a radio personality and counterpart of Howard Stern.

The copyright date is 2013, but I love it. It’s part memoir about her false starts to better health, the health issues that caused her to want to change her diet and simple, easy to make recipes.

This is her recipe for a decadent mousse. It’s airy, light, vegan and dairy free. And it’s absolutely scrumptious! Hope you enjoy this as much as we have.


1/4 Cup plus 2 Tablespoons of almond milk

8 ounces of dairy free chocolate chips

8 ounces of Silken tofu

1 – (15 ounce) can coconut milk


In a small pot warm almond milk and add in the chocolate chips and stir over medium heat until melted and smooth. Set aside.

Then, add your tofu, coconut milk and your melted chocolate milk mixture and blend well until smooth.

Transfer to bowls, cover with plastic and refrigerated or 3-4 hours until set.

You can top with fruit, or grated chocolate and or enjoy without anything else.

*This recipe made 5 ramekins.

Hey! I know another book that’s all memoir by another Robin, hint, hint… called Steel Town Girl available on Amazon in both paperback and on Kindle. If you have a memoir lover on your holiday gift giving list, check it out. #giftbooks #supportindieauthors

If you are over on my book blog, you can enter the contest to win your copy of Steel Town Girl over there. For my upcoming birthday, I’m giving away 5 copies!

You can enter on this post here.

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