This Vegan Halloween Chocolate Mousse Graveyard with Gluten Free Crispy Chocolate Soil is the perfect Halloween treat to serve at your Halloween party- for adults and kids, alike!
I know it’s just the start of October, but I’ve already started to plan my annual Halloween bash and I’m definitely going to need treats. While I would never discriminate against a classic Fun sized Reese’s peanut butter cup (NEVER EVER), I feel that sometimes it’s nice to offer something a little more sophisticated. Both for the kiddos and of course, the adults. This Vegan Halloween Chocolate Mousse Graveyard with Gluten Free Crispy Chocolate Soil totally fits the Halloween theme but is surprisingly healthy and light.
How to Make Vegan Halloween Chocolate Mousse Graveyard with Gluten Free Crispy Chocolate Soil
Halloween for me is all about the chocolate. Yes, there are other chocolate holidays like Valentines, Easter and Christmas, but Halloween is totally unapologetic about it, and my goodness, this mousse is a dream.
It starts in the blender or food processor by pureeing some ripe avocados (yep, you read that right) with melted chocolate, almond milk, vanilla and a little salt and maple syrup, to taste. The amount of syrup will depend on the ripeness and size of your avos, but also just how sweet you like it.
To create a “graveyard” soil, I mix together some melted dark chocolate with Rice Krispies and some cacao nibs for a crunchy texture. Then you can find some cookies or lady fingers and draw “RIP” on each of them for dipping. You can also totally write each of your guests’ names on the cookies if you feel like being extra cheeky.
The result is a spooky dessert that I promise you everyone, no matter how old or young they are, will absolutely adore.
Now, I want to know, what trick or treats are you serving up on Halloween?
Have you tried this Vegan Halloween Chocolate Mousse Graveyard with Gluten Free Crispy Chocolate Soil?
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Vegan Halloween Chocolate Mousse Graveyard with Gluten Free Crispy Chocolate Soil
- 50 g dark chocolate vegan if needed, finely chopped
- 1 cup Rice Krispies cereal
- 3 tbsp cacao nibs
- 4 cookies or lady fingers gluten free and vegan, if needed
- 1 oz dark chocolate vegan, if needed, finely chopped
- To make the mousse, in a microwave, heat the chocolate over 50% energy level until melted. Transfer it to the food processor or blender with the avocado, vanilla, salt, maple syrup to taste, and enough almond milk to help it get smooth but to stay thick and creamy.
- To make the soil, in a microwave, heat the chocolate over 50% energy level until melted. Transfer to a bowl with the Rice Krispies and toss until well coated. Spread it out onto a silpat on a baking sheet and allow to cool in the fridge. Mix in the cacao nibs.
- To make the tomb stone, heat the chocolate over 50% energy level until melted. Transfer to a piping bag and snip a tiny corner out. Draw the word RIP or a name on each cookie and allow to cool for a few minutes to set.
- To assemble, divide half of the chocolate soil between four glasses or mason jars. Top with mousse and another layer of the soil. Insert a cookie and enjoy!
Updated on October 23rd, 2020
Abbey Sharp is a Registered Dietitian (RD), regulated by the Ontario College of Dietitians. She is a mom, YouTuber, Blogger, award winning cookbook author, media coach specializing in food and nutrition influencers, and a frequent contributor to national publications like Healthline and on national broadcast TV shows.