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BLACK SESAME CARMEL POPCORN MOUSSE
The lesser evil on desserts. Here’s my take on desserts, as mostly everything we eat we want to focus on our unique self and health goals along with making it all balance.
1 Cup of coconut cream (thick)
1/3 Cup of Monk fruit sugar (low GI + Keto friendly)
2 Servings of Nuzest Vanilla Caramel Kids Good Stuff
1 Teaspoon of Vanilla extract
1 Tablespoon of coconut oil
1 Tablespoon of sesame seeds
1 Teaspoon of tahini paste
1 Tablespoon of Nuzest Rich Chocolate Clean Lean Protein
Recipe by Charissa & Co.
The lesser evil on desserts. Here’s my take on desserts, as mostly everything we eat we want to focus on our unique self and health goals along with making it all balance. Therefore desserts can be the lesser evil, making a more balanced dessert with healthier alternatives when it comes from selecting the ingredients. You are definitely on the right track. Simple dessert-like ingredients can give you that dessert feel by just incorporating a few ingredients in different ways.
My tip for making your desserts: Aim to make at least 70% of the desserts ingredients healthy enough to eat on their own along with making you feel good.
Blend all the ingredients togher until thick and creamy. Pour into a large bowl, cover the bowl and pop in the freezer for 8min whilst getting your jars ready. I love these little jars from @lebonocollection, they are perfect for a simple healthy mousse.
Ideally make your own popcorn, make sure the popcorn you use is 100% Organic and GMO free as most corn kernels are GMO. There is a significant difference when it comes to digesting GMO Free foods vs GMO Foods. Once your popcorn is popped, sprinkle a little monk fruit powder and sea salt..
In your glass jar, fill the base 1/3 with popcorn, then the second layer top with your caramel mixture, 1.5 Tablespoons, finally topping it with a more popcorn. Optional to drizzle Monk Fruit syrup on top.
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