Caileigh Feldman is a certified detoxification and cellular regeneration specialist, raw food chef, Marconics Energy teacher-practitioner and yoga instructor. She has healed her body and consciousness from eczema, suicidal depression, chronic fatigue, crippling anxiety and topical steroid withdrawal (TSW). She has been vegan since 2012 and loves her plant-based lifestyle. She finished a 144-day juice cleanse on January 1, 2019, and is feeling more radiant than ever!
Caileigh Feldman and her husband, Brian Russo, co-founded the Detox Mastery Academy to empower thousands of light workers, leaders and families to transform their health and experience true vitality! Caileigh Feldman and Brian Russo lead international yoga, raw food and detoxification retreats in Costa Rica.
Caileigh is on a mission to empower millions of people to reconnect with their divine source in their hearts, restore health in their bodies and truly give joy a chance! Explore Caileigh Feldman’s website, Give Joy A Chance, where you’ll find seven free raw vegan recipes, and join the Detox Mastery Academy. Follow Caileigh Feldman on Facebook and Instagram.
Caileigh’s Creamy, Dreamy Chocolate Mousse Recipe: Ingredients
Makes four servings.
- 8 to 12 pitted medjool dates
- 2 ripe avocados pitted (or 4 spotty bananas for a low-fat alternative)
- ½ cup of raw almond or cashew milk
- ¼ cup of carob powder
- 1 cup of chopped strawberries
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla bean powder and two tablespoons of maple syrup (optional)
Caileigh’s Creamy, Dreamy Chocolate Mousse Recipe: Directions
- Scoop the avocado or spotty bananas into a food processor or high-speed blender and add in the medjool dates. Pour in the plant-based milk and carob and blend the mixture. You can, optionally, blend in the vanilla bean powder and maple syrup.
- When smooth, pour the mousse into two to four little dessert cups or jars and store in the fridge for one to two hours before serving. Top with freshly cut strawberries and enjoy!
Caileigh’s Creamy, Dreamy Chocolate Mousse Recipe: Tips
This recipe has a higher fat content if you use the avocados, which can cause inflammation and slow digestion. This recipe’s ingredients call for carob powder instead of cacao powder, which may be used but is a stimulant and can activate your body’s fight-or-flight response. During detox, it is best to use carob powder instead of cacao. If you do use cacao powder, eat the pudding at least four hours before bedtime so it does not affect your sleep.