Recipe Directions

To make the crust, pulse the nuts in the food processor until crumbly. Add dates and cacao powder until well mixed. Use your fingers to form the crust in a tartlet pan. Put in fridge to firm up.

Blend all ingredients in a blender, adding coconut water until blends smoothly. Spoon into crusts and return to fridge to firm. I was impatient and ate mine after about 20 minutes and it was firm enough.

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Coconut mousse in a decadent chocolate crust

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mgigglin's Review

Chocolate coconut mousse pie (aka Mississippi mud pie)
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I just made this yesterday and wow!!! It was first, very easy to make and most importantly tasted amazing!! I did double the mousse recipe to fill my tart pans and then I added Vietnemese Cinnamin. yummm!! The mousse set up real quick and had a great texture. I love the crust, I will definitely use the crust for other mousses and desserts. I served my tarts with ginger ice kream. My SAD friends loved this dessert! A must try! :)

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