Could you use a 1 percent milk or only whole milk? Add the honey, vanilla, and milk, and beat some more, then add the chocolate, a small amount at a time, beating in between additions. The chocolate mousse … I haven’t tried freezing them so not absolutely sure it would work, but definitely worth a try! In a medium mixing bowl, whip the Greek yogurt with an electric mixer until fluffy. The whole family devoured this as a Sunday evening treat. Chill in the fridge for 2 hours. Thank you for submitting your review! Thanks Charlotte. Should I use plain Greek yogurt or vanilla? We will review and publish it shortly. What a great idea!!! I like to whip some air into this mixture, I love a light, airy chocolate mousse, and by using any form of an electric mixer the job is a whole lot easier. I looks so tasty! Read More…, Copyright © 2019 CIARA ATTWELL // MY FUSSY EATER. Used soy milk and added an extra tablespoon of honey. Nice the find a dessert that isn’t full of sugar but still feeels like a treat! Lara Rondinelli-Hamilton, RD, CDE, and Jennifer Bucko Lamplough, Holiday Pumpkin Pie With Maple-Ginger Crust. If you liked this recipe, you might also like: A healthy festive Chocolate Mint Mousse made with avocado and…, A delicious and healthy snack made with just four simple…, A deliciously festive recipe for frozen hot chocolate flavoured with…, Filed Under: Egg Free, Gluten Free, Nut Free Recipes, Sweets & Snacks, Vegetarian Tagged With: dessert, greek yogurt. I'm a food writer and cookbook author and I'm always looking for new ways to make food fun and interesting for kids! Your email address will not be published. I specialise in fussy eating and share tips and tricks to get your kids eating better along with lots of family friendly recipes. To serve, place some crushed biscuits on the bottom of a glass or a bowl and top with the yogurt chocolate mousse. I can’t wait to try it! Answers for these questions may help you writing a good review. The kids will love you for it! A kids and family food blog full of healthy and easy recipes for fussy eaters, January 23, 2015 by Ciara Attwell, Updated July 7, 2020. A new family favorite. Great to hear that it works just as well with soy milk too! No I used regular dark chocolate but you could use bakers chocolate either. This recipe featured in: Choices/Exchanges: 1/2 Fruit, 1/2 Fat-free milk, 1/2 Carbohydrate, 1/2 Fat. What a great idea. Great for kids, this makes a really simple but very tasty summer dessert! A light and healthy chocolate mousse recipe made with greek yogurt. Arlington, 2. Were the cooking instructions clear and concise? If not completely melted, microwave for 30 more seconds, then stir until all chunks are melted. When you whip up the Greek yogurt, it becomes fluffy, like whipping cream does. Spoon the greek yogurt into a large bowl and pour the chocolate mixture on top. Gently heat the milk until the chocolate melts, being careful not to let it boil. This looks fab – will adapt for dairy free. This looks so great! To lighten up the texture, could you beat the yogurt and then fold in the chocolate, so it was closer to a traditional mousse texture? Serve with a small spoonful of greek yogurt and some fresh raspberries. Do not overcook. From the nutrition experts at the American Diabetes Association, Diabetes Food Hub® is the premier food and cooking destination for people living with diabetes and their families. Hi Summer, I used plain but you could use vanilla either if you like! All Rights Reserved. The chocolate mousse will keep in the fridge for 2 days. Remove the pan from the stove and add the yogurt. Add the honey, vanilla, and milk, and beat some more, then add the 2451 Crystal Drive, Suite 900, Without the whipped cream and eggs this mousse won’t take on that characteristic light and airy texture. Thanks! Find this recipe and more in The Diabetes Cookbook. You could also add flavouring, such as orange zest or a drop of mint essence or add extra honey too. I am certainly going to try this. The result is an airy, slightly tangy chocolate mousse. Describe the taste, the aroma and the texture. Does the mousse turn out thick enough after chilling that I could use it in pie form for chocolate mousse pie? A delicious dessert treat that the whole family can eat and enjoy! So there you go. Any suggestions to thicken it up? Mix together well before transferring to individual bowls, ramekins or glasses. Absolutely great recipe! Yum! Chocolate Yogurt (cultured pasteurized Grade A milk, sugar, fructose, dextrose, modified corn starch, kosher gelatin, cocoa processed with alkali, cocoa, caramel color, chocolate liquor, salt, potassium sorbate added to maintain freshness, natural and artificial flavor, red #40, yellow #6, blue #1 , Vitamin A acetate, Vitamin D3), Lactic Acid Esters of Mono and Diglycerides, Nitrogen. In a small bowl, beat the Greek yogurt with a small whisk or a fork until smooth. Thank you Elizabeth. Mix together well before transferring to individual bowls, ramekins or glasses. I haven’t tried it with non-dairy milks myself but it should work just fine. Please enter 3 characters or more to search by recipes or ingredients. Ingredients. What a great egg-free alternative. Pour the milk into a saucepan and add the chocolate, either grated or very finely chopped or shaved.