White Chocolate Superberry Mousse : Guest Author Chaya-Ryvka Diehl

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“My White Chocolate Superberry Mousse has become my newest all time favorite raw dessert recipe, and there are so many reasons why!”

First off, and on the most basic level, the flavor is sublime, like some sort of fantastic childhood dream come to life. Then there’s the light, creamy, melt-in-your mouth texture, and I can’t leave out the stunning violet color thanks to our superberry powders!

With all of these elements tantalizing the senses there are some super added bonuses that need mentioning, and when I say “super,” I mean super berry. Oh yes, acai and maqui add a super punch of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals to your truly divine fairyland dessert.

Once you have all of your ingredients, this is a pretty straightforward and easy-to-make recipe that is sure to thoroughly please any crowd. (My two-year-old son can’t get enough, and it’s hard for me to stop eating it as well!) So, gather all of your ingredients and try this recipe. It’s a treat that nourishes, uplifts and delights on so many levels!

Note: If you don’t know where to purchase any of the ingredients, they all can be found at the Living Tree Community, except for the flavor extract, which can be purchased through Medicine Flower.

Prep Time: 15 minutes to make the mousse. Allow at least 2 hours for the mousse to set before serving.

Serves: 4-6

In your high speed blender place:

1 cup purified or spring water
½ cup cashew butter
5 Tbs. raw honey (or liquid sweetener of choice)
¼ + 1/8 tsp. high mineral sea salt
½ tsp. vanilla powder
1 Tbs. + 1 tsp. acai powder
1 Tbs. + 1 tsp. maqui powder
1 tsp. rice lecithin or Non-GMO soy lecithin
4 drops medicine flower blueberry flavor extract

Blend on high to incorporate all ingredients, and to create a completely smooth texture.

Add: 4 oz. cacao butter (chop, weigh and melt before adding).

Continue blending to fully incorporate cacao butter. Pour into parfait cups or one large container and set in your refrigerator for 2–6 hours to firm. Enjoy! (Store refrigerated for up to 5 days.)

Chaya-Ryvka Diehl

Chaya-Ryvka Diehl

Chaya Ryvka is a raw food Chef, and most well known as a gourmet raw food Pastry Chef. Her five-star desserts have attracted students from around the globe, and brought her to cater events like the wedding cakes for Angela Stokes and Matt Monarch’s RAW union wedding festival.

Chaya-Ryvka’s extensive raw food training includes many years spent as Master Raw Food Chef Elaina Love’s personal assistant, and working for years as a pastry chef, and bakery supervisor for Cafe Gratitude. She also apprenticed with Mathew Rodgers Master Raw Dessert Chef, Chocolatier and owner of Coracao Confections. Chaya-Ryvka is now the director of The Living Vision. The Living Vision specializes in Raw Organic Cuisine, providing people with the opportunity to special order desserts and learn first hand how to make them.

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  1. my oh my that sounds delicious! i love white chocolate!

  2. Mak says:

    Thank you for the moose recipe. I checked out the two companies you mentioned and placed and order with them. I know that if you name companies in your web site they must be reliable, right?
    As always, great information. Thank u Kevin.

  3. Leam says:

    Miss “In the kitchen” videos – miss videos in general.

  4. Spencer says:

    Looks absolutely delicious! I would so love to try some.

  5. Gale says:

    white chocolate has only fat in it, and none of the benefits of dark chocolate.

  6. zyxomma says:

    So, it’s the four ounces of cacao butter that makes this “white chocolate?” The other ingredients read fine, and I love berry smoothies, but I’m not a big fan of cashew butter (lots of fat, few nutrients). I’ll re-write the recipe to my taste. Health and peace.

  7. Helen says:

    I also really miss the videos, Kev and AnnMarie! I used to watch them while I jumped on the rebounder every day or while making a breakfast smoothie. Thanks for still providing good info, but I sure do miss the video format!

  8. Tyra McMahon says:

    I miss the video recipes also. I thought you said you were going to do them again. Just not as personal anymore.

  9. Denise says:

    Thank you for all the FREE information and recipes you provide – whether on video or not.

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