Recipe: Alkaline Keto Chocolate Mousse

alkaline keto chocolate mousse

This Alkaline Keto Chocolate Mousse is one of my favorite go-to recipes for me and all of the family. It is PACKED with healthy alkaline fats and an abundance of alkaline minerals.

It takes almost zero time to prepare, and if you whip it into the freezer before dinner, it’s ready to go just as soon as you’re ready for dessert.

It’s a real treat, and it’s 100% good for you…and YES, the fats in this mousse make it perfect for those following a keto diet.

If You Want to Get Alkaline AND Keto Together…

I am working on some things… 😉

I am not 100% what this will look like yet – but if you want more training from me on this CLICK HERE and let me know!

Recipe: Alkaline Keto Chocolate Mousse

taking a spoon of the alkaline keto mousse

Serves 2-4

250ml coconut cream
1tbsp cacao powder
Pinch of salt
Stevia – small amount
Frozen blueberries x 10g (optional)


This is SO simple…

  1. Put everything into a a blender, and blend til smooth
  2. Transfer to a bowl, drop the blueberries in, and put into the freezer
  3. Freeze for 20-30 minutes or until desired consistency is achieved

THAT IS IT! How easy is that?

The blueberries are definitely optional, and you can also flavor with mint (fresh or peppermint essential oil).

A couple of little lookouts:

1) if you freeze for too long it simply goes rock solid and inedible.
2) if you overdo the stevia it ruins it, as stevia would do to anything – so proceed one drop at a time and taste test.

I hope you love this as much as I do!


PS. we’ve all seen a lot of research showing the efficacy of nutritional ketosis for certain goals, however, an emerging field is looking at utilizing an alkaline diet alongside the keto approach to attenuate the downsides of the additional acidity produced in longer-term ketosis. This is where I am aiming with my study and upcoming coaching (whatever form that may be). I’ve linked to some of the research below.

Other Alkaline Keto Recipes

Alongside my Alkaline Keto Chocolate Mousse, I also have these delicious dishes for you to check out:

Alkaline Keto Power Smoothie
Alkaline Keto Alfredo
Alkaline Keto Breakfast Parfait

Alkaline/Ketosis Research

An acidosis-sparing ketogenic (ASK) diet to improve efficacy and reduce adverse effects in the treatment of refractory epilepsy — “The modified ketogenic dietary treatment we propose is formulated to limit acidosis by measures that include monitoring protein intake and maximizing consumption of alkaline mineral-rich, low carbohydrate green vegetables.”

Long-Term Ketogenic Diet Induces Metabolic Acidosis, Anemia, and Oxidative Stress in Healthy Wistar Rats — “Conclusion. Long-term ketogenic diet induces metabolic acidosis”

Watch this space 😉

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  1. Pamela Davis Reply

    Thank you for the information that you are providing, it’s been extremely helpful for me.

    I have some issues that I have been dealing with for decades (yes decades) and am only now able to get some sort of help for it. I have GERD, Bile Reflux (no gallbladder) and stomach ulcers. Fun times! I’ve been on Sucralfate 4x day and Pantoprazole at bedtime since Nov 19th which hs been helping but I’m a long way off from being able to eat without them. My diet has been 80% Alkaline since October but even still I’m struggling (salads hurt my belly for hours after eating).
    I currently avoid processed foods, onions, garlic, spicy foods, dairy, meats, sugar, pickles or vinegar anything, caffeine and alcohol. Basically I eat avocados, bananas, farina, cooked veggies, salmon or trout, lentils, almond butter and rice crackers or popcorn with vegan ,margarine and nutritional yeast as a snack.

    I’m at a loss on how to heal my gut faster so that I can tolerate salads again! Any advice would be greatly appreciated!


  2. Claire Reply

    Hi, when you say coconut cream, do you mean the solid creamed coconut stuff please?

  3. Ellen Ehlers Reply

    I have a sort-of-friend in Ontario, Canada, (I live in British Columbia) who suffers from fibromyalgia. She has been on pain medication for many years and her body seems to be a mess. She is a fantastic cook but probably hasn’t connected diet and health. Do you think that your alkaline diet can help her? I purchased two copies of your book when it was first published and have made many of your repices knowing that my system was acidic. Changing my diet has cleared the phlegm…I do not have any major health problems. I just wanted to get your opinion before I put it on her Facebook page which
    is how we communicate.

  4. Marcia Reply

    Hi Ross,
    Marcia Maraj here , trying to keep up have so many things going on right now.
    Building a house for my dogs, getting them spade and neutered. One died 2 weeks ago, heart broken. Hands full right now. Still checking your emails. My daughter’s birthday day was on Wednesday had some cake and ice cream.

    • ross Reply

      Be kind to yourself Marcia

  5. Shawna Reply

    Hello Ross – I get confused by coconut milk, coconut creamer and coconut cream. Does coconut cream typically come in a can?

    • ross Reply

      Yep, coconut cream in a can 🙂

  6. Anita Olsen Reply

    Is there another alternative for cocoa as this feels too stimulating for my nervous system , just like caffeine

    • ross Reply

      Hi Anita – the recipe calls for cacao, not cocoa. Cacao is packed with magnesium which is calming to the nervous system.