If you love regular mousse, you must try this healthy and sugar-free chocolate mousse option!
It’s made of greek yogurt and cream cheese, making it light and creamy.
You’re going to love this easy sugar-free chocolate mousse! It’s such a simple and easy way to enjoy a rich and indulgent dessert but without added sugars making it diabetic-friendly without feeling like you’re sacrificing taste.
This no-sugar chocolate mousse is a recipe made with just 6 ingredients and it comes together pretty quickly too. After letting the mousse chill in the fridge to perfection we get a dessert we almost don’t want to share.
Stevia Chocolate Mousse
To sweet our dessert we make this chocolate mousse with stevia. This diabetic-friendly chocolate mousse is adjustable and adaptable to your own tastes because you can add a little more sweetener or switch out an ingredient or two for a more unique texture and taste. But whatever you do, this mouse recipe will still taste pretty great
- Greek yogurt
- Cream cheese
- Dark chocolate
- Egg whites
- Liquid stevia
- Vanilla extract
For optional garnishes, you may want:
- Whipped cream
- Chocolate shavings
For the exact amounts needed, please see the recipe card below.
How to Make Sugar-free Chocolate Mousse
In a mixing bowl combine the greek yogurt with the cream cheese, liquid stevia, and vanilla extract until combined.
In another bowl, melt your dark chocolate in the microwave for 60 seconds or until completely melted and smooth.
Add your melted chocolate to the bowl with the cream cheese mixture. stir well to combine.
In another bowl, place your two egg white.
Beat them with an electric mixer until soft peaks form.
Gently fold the egg white into the chocolate mixture until incorporated. Be gentle so that the mousse stays fluffy and soft.
Divide the mousse into 4 small ramekins or glasses.
Place into the fridge to chill for at least 2 hours.
Garnish with freshly whipped cream, shaved chocolate, or fresh strawberries or raspberries before serving.
- You can use either two cups of yogurt or two cups of cream cheese if desired.
- Liquid stevia tends to be different from one brand to another, so I’d advise you to taste this delicious mousse and adjust sweetness to taste.
- Store the mousse covered in the fridge for up to five days.
- Add extra chocolate for a stronger chocolate-y flavor.
Does chocolate mousse have carbs?
Yes, this recipe does still have some carbs involved but the good news is that it is low in carbs! Per serving (of which there are 4 servings per recipe) you will find 25 carbs in each.
How many calories are in sugar-free chocolate mousse?
There are 416 calories per serving in this recipe.
Is this sugar-free chocolate mousse keto?
This recipe is keto-friendly! Go ahead and enjoy until your heart is content because this lovely mousse recipe will not throw off your diet plans.
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