Lactose-free avocado chocolate mousse

Lactose-free avocado chocolate mousse

15 min
Indulging in rich chocolatey decadence has never felt as airy and fresh as with this lactose-free avocado chocolate mousse. Prepare for an explosion of incredible taste as the creamy avocado, decadent cocoa powder, and the natural sweetness of ripe banana come together in a yummy symphony; the perfect dessert – without the lactose.


  • Puree banana and avocado in a blender or with a hand blender.
  • Add cocoa powder, lemon juice and lactose-free milk and mix well.
  • Now divide the chocolate mousse between two glasses and place them in the fridge for about 15 minutes. You can serve them with thin orange slices on top if you like.

For the perfect texture and flavour, make sure to refrigerate it for at least 15 minutes, or even longer, before serving. Chilling not only helps it set, but it also allows the flavours to meld together and enhances the texture to get that yummy creamy, mousse-like consistency.

Questions about lactose-free chocolate avocado mousse

Intrigued by this spin on a classic mousse? Keep reading to learn more about the delicious, velvety combination of chocolate, avocado, and banana.

How to choose the fruits for avocado chocolate mousse?
Choose avocados that are fully ripe but not too ripe. They should be slightly soft to the touch and give in when gently pressed. A ripe avocado will be creamy and flavourful, making it easy to scoop out and blend into the mousse. This is also the case when it comes to selecting the banana. Look for a banana that is yellow and has brown speckles on the peel. By using a ripe banana, you can enhance the dessert’s sweetness without any additional sweeteners.
How long does avocado chocolate mousse last in the fridge?
Avocado chocolate mousse can usually stay fresh in the fridge for around 3-4 days. But remember, it might differ based on how fresh your ingredients are and how well you wrap the glasses. Either cover the glasses with cling film or cover them with cling film directly on the mousse’s surface. To enjoy the best flavour and quality, it is recommended to enjoy it within a few days.
Can you freeze avocado chocolate mousse?
Yes, you can freeze avocado chocolate mousse for up to 3 months! However, it might change the texture, looks, and taste slightly, so we recommend enjoying it fresh. To freeze it, transfer it to an airtight container or freezer-safe bag, ensuring there is minimal air inside. Thaw the frozen mousse in the fridge overnight before serving.


Lactose-free milk
2 tbsp
Ripe banana
Ripe avocado
Cocoa powder
1½ tbsp
Lemon juice
1 tsp

Delicious lactose-free avocado chocolate mousse – fresh, soft, and velvety dessert

Creating a heavenly treat that checks all the boxes has never been easier than with this recipe for lactose-free avocado chocolate mousse. This dessert has it all – a light and airy texture, creamy richness, and an indulgent burst of chocolate flavour that will satisfy your sweet cravings in an instant. It is packed with incredible taste, thanks to the perfect combination of creamy avocado, decadent cocoa powder, and the natural sweetness of ripe banana.

If you need something more for the dessert table, treat yourself to the irresistible goodness of our lactose-free lemon trifle or dive into the heavenly flavours of our classic, creamy lactose-free tiramisu. These lactose-free treats will satisfy all your cravings for a silky, sweet indulgence.

Enjoy our spin on a classic with our lactose-free chocolate mousse with avocado and banana

For anyone who enjoys chocolate, our lactose-free avocado chocolate mousse is like a heavenly treat that is too hard to resist. It is a true classic that never disappoints, and we added a twist with sweet avocado and banana to balance the rich chocolate flavour. These fruits also contribute a buttery texture and a yummy richness, and make this dessert luxurious, while cocoa powder guarantees a yummy chocolate experience. The addition of lactose-free milk means that everyone can have a bite and ensures a creamy and smooth texture.