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Tricking a fussy toddler – chocolate mousse

Sweeping generalisation alert – All kids think chocolate is a special treat.Therefore what better way to trick healthiness into them than via the medium of chocolate.

I LOVE this mousse. It is ridiculously yummy. Really easy and quick to make too – perfect right?

Ingredients:

1 banana

1 avocado – shelled (not sure if that is the right term) and stone removed

2 tablespoons of cacao (or 4 of cocoa if you are using that instead)

A splash of milk – I use almond, but you could use any nut milk, coconut or even dairy milk

4 tablespoons of natural sweetener – I use honey or maple syrup. You could use agave or if you were feeling particularly virtuous you could add another banana and an extra splash of milk

 

Method:

Add to your food processor and blend until creamy. Make sure there are no bits of unblended avocado, the green will totally give the game away. Spoon into a little dish or I like to use a small tumbler, you know like a whisky glass. You can eat straight away or pop it in the fridge to eat later. I promise it is delicious and doesn’t taste remotely healthy.

Mum 2: Fussy todder 0

The battle continues.

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My porridge and Isabelle’s mousse. A typical breakfast in our household.

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