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Hallelujah!!! This feather-light chocolate mousse, you can eat without a shred of guilt
Offered by Lidl A decadent chocolate mousse that is not thick? That miracle takes place due to aquafaba, the moisture in a tin of chickpeas. The cure-like protein foaming (even without sugar!) and tastes the same, but is much caloriearmer. Extra tip: use some (very) dark chocolate! What do you need? (for 6 jars)

100 g dark chocolate (70%)
150 ml kikkererwtenvocht (= moisture of 1 tin of 400 g), at room temperature
3 tablespoons sugar
2 tsp lemon juice
optional: raspberries or chopped nuts.

this is how you make it:

1. Break the chocolate into small pieces and let au bain-marie to melt. Let the chocolate cool to room temperature.
2. Beat meanwhile in a standing mixer or with a hand mixer the kikkererwtenvocht together with the lemon juice on to schuimpieken. This takes about 5 minutes. Add after 4 minutes gradually to the sugar and mix further until you have a solid whole.
3. Mix in the beaten egg aquafaba in several times, gently, underneath the melted chocolate. Stir certainly not too long, otherwise, mix the air out.
4. Divide the chocolate mousse over jars and put at least an hour, but ideally a night in the fridge.
5. Work possibly with raspberries or chopped nuts.

Prefer a different dessert? Try this chocolate-banaancake!

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