Published on 22 February 2020 at 12:37

RITA'S silky mousse

 I am Rita Skeeter and Today I wrote a recipe for Magical Food Department. Me, myself and I wanted to know if I could make a healthy dessert that lurks between your rosy cheeks. What makes a good dessert tick? Well... this one ticks all the broom cupboard boxes.

A mousse made with perfectly ripe avocado's, coconut cream, lime zest and kiwi. Scented with vanilla, matcha and a touch of spirulina to keep you sharp. Topped with passionfruit because writing is my passion, you see I already have the story in my head before it is written. I think everyone loves a Rebel. And of course in the picture you can see my Animagus form. A beetle. This is my little secret but this is how I get to the most juicy news. If they do not notice I am there to listen what they have to say, they are more honest and authentic. But ssssssttttt... do not say a word to anyone out there. Hermoine already tried to expose my sassy ass. 

This recipe is:

  • Vegan
  • Healthy treat
  • Especially for avocado lovers
  • Easy to make
  • Can be made in advance for parties or gatherings

Yield: 3 small teacups



2 baby avocado's (ready to eat)
1 ripe kiwi (+ extra for garnish)
1 can of vegan whipping cream (400 gr) NaturesCharm
zest and juice of 1 lime
1,5 tsp spirulina powder
2 tbsp maple syrup
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp green matcha powder
pinch of salt


  • kiwi, cut into triangles or make little balls. 
  • mint leaves
  • passionfruit

Equipment: blender and handmixer

magical method

  1. Put your can of coconut whipping cream in the fridge overnight. Then it whisks perfectly.
  2. Take a large mixing bowl, add a tsp of vanilla extract in there and scoop out the indulgent cream from the can and whip until fluffy. Takes around 5 minutes.
  3. Put your kiwi in a blender along with the matcha, maple syrup, spirulina, juice of the lime and the avocado's.
  4. Blend until smooth.
  5. Mix the green magic mixture through the whipped cream and grate in some lime zest to finish.  Always add a small pinch of salt to enhance the flavours.
  6. Put the mousse in teacups or other dishes of your choice and let it set for one hour. You can eat it straight away but I found the mousse more velvet like when it had been in the fridge. Garnish with your mint and fruit. 

enjoy the magic

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