This paleo chocolate mousse dip for strawberries is the perfect paleo Valentine’s Day dessert. It’s super easy to whip together and healthier, too, so you’ll feel great after snacking on this vegan chocolate mousse dip for strawberries! Super rich and creamy, this paleo chocolate mousse dip for strawberries is one of my all-time favorite recipes.
This post is generously sponsored by Sprouts, but all opinions are my own.
What Makes This Recipe So Good
Let’s play two truths and a lie. I’ll go first.
This paleo chocolate mousse dip for strawberries is refined-sugar-free and vegan, making it a healthy treat that’s so good it’s a bit shocking.
This paleo chocolate mousse dip for strawberries is crazy easy to whip together and perfect for a Valentine’s Day date night snack.
I did not stand in my studio alone in yoga pants and eat half of it after shooting the photos.
Alright, so… which one was the lie?
Well, I’ll tell you this: this paleo chocolate mousse dip for strawberries is crazy good, dairy-free, super easy, and refined-sugar-free, too. It comes together with, wait for it, a bit of microwaving and some subsequent stirring, and it’s so good slathered on fresh strawberries it should be illegal.
Chocolate-covered strawberries are quite possibly one of my favorite treats of all time, but dipping them is kind of a pain, right? And if you don’t eat them all right away, the strawberries start to wither under their chocolate shell and it’s all just… suboptimal.
So let’s do it like this: let’s make a simple but insanely rich paleo chocolate mousse dip and dunk fresh strawberries into it on Valentine’s Day (or for breakfast on Thursday morning if you’re, uh, me).
Why You’ll Love It
You’ll love this paleo chocolate mousse dip for strawberries because it’s crazy easy to make and rich, deep, and complex. Don’t skip the balsamic vinegar! I know it sounds strange, but it helps brighten and enrich the chocolate at the same time somehow, and I really, really want you to include it. Same with the cinnamon – just a dash will do, but it’s critical in deepening the chocolate flavor. Trust me on this!
Oh, and if you’re still jonesing for more paleo chocolate after this? You’ve gotta try my paleo molten lava cake recipe. I say this for your own health and safety! They’ll, not to get hyperbolic or anything, change your life.
- In a medium microwave-safe bowl, combine chocolate chips and coconut oil. Microwave 60 seconds then stir very well. Continue microwave the chocolate-coconut oil mixture in 30-second bursts, stirring very well in between each burst, until completely melted.
- Add remaining ingredients to melted chocolate and coconut oil and stir until completely combined. Chill until solid. Remove from refrigerator about 15 minutes prior to serving to soften.
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