Chocolate Cherry Mousse Tarts

These Chocolate Cherry Mousse Tarts will blow your mind. All natural ingredients, no chemicals, but without compromising the flavor! And, conveniently in a single serving portion. Make sure there are enough people around to eat the other ones, or you may accidentally eat a second one 😉

Ingredients for 4 tarts:
1/2 cup almonds
2 tbls coconut oil
1 cup cashew cream
12 cherries (cut in half and take out pits)
4 tsp cacao powder
Pinch salt
Honey to drizzle on top (optional)
ONLY use 1 tbls of water if your cashew cream is very thick. If not, don’t use water at all.

So I’ve been on a cashew cream kick. IT’S DELICIOUS! I can’t wait to attempt to make vodka sauce with it instead of using heavy cream!!! Not that I’m dairy free, but I do try to avoid dairy because of all of the hormones and chemicals in our poor cows 😦

If you missed the video on how to make basic cashew cream with just 2 ingredients, watch this!

After I made it and tasted it, my mind went crazy thinking of a million things to make with it, from totally sweet all the way to salty and maybe even spicy!

For this dessert recipe, here’s what you need to do.

  1. First off, you need to make a batch of cashew cream!
  2. Blend the almonds and coconut oil together. Press the mixture into the bottom of the tarts to make the crust.
  3. Blend the cashew cream, cacao powder, cherries, and salt. If your mixture is SUPER thick, you can add a tablespoon of water. If not, leave it. You don’t want it too liquid-ey.
  4. Pour into the tarts and feel free to drizzle some honey on top to sweeten it up a little. Refrigerate for about 2 hours, or, until they have hardened up like mousse!

Seriously guys, this was delicious. Take a pic if you make them! Enjoy!
Stephanie

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One thought on “Chocolate Cherry Mousse Tarts

  1. These look delicious! Thank you for posting this recipe, I live the texture of mousse and the combination of chocolate and cherry is one of the best. I have a feeling this was devious, I’ll have to try it soon!

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