If you’ve ever made your own homemade nut or seed milk, you’ve probably wondered what to do with all the leftover pulp. Sure you could toss it in the compost or dehydrate it and use it in place breadcrumbs, but what if there was a less fussy, chocolatey way to use it?
I give you Chocolate Mousse Cups!
Never again will you grumble about throwing away perfectly good (and expensive) nuts and seeds or scour the internet for yet another, not so tasty dip or cracker recipe to use up your leftover pulp! And if you want to be super lazy (which never happens to me, by the way…) the chocolate mousse is super delicious all on its own.
Not only can you make this chocolatey decadent dessert in a few minutes with simple ingredients, you can also impress your friends with a fancy-pants dessert that looks like you spent hours in the kitchen. All while using up your leftovers. What more could you ask for?
As you can tell I’m a little excited to share these with you.
Did I mention that you’ll also be getting a good dose of healthy fats for improved metabolism, mood boosting magnesium, as well as a hefty dose of antioxidants for protection against cardiovascular disease? The balance of fat will keep you satisfied with just one (even though they’re tasty enough to want seconds). These little guys are tasty and powerful!
You may even be inspired to start making your own milk, just so you can have left over pulp to turn into dessert! I happen to have an awesome infographic to get you started.
Next time you have left over pulp lying around you’ll see it as a sweet opportunity.