I’m so happy to share this recipe with you today! This recipe is an adapted recipe from the book ‘Raw Food Real World.’ This book is one of the books that actually inspired me to become a Holistic Nutritionist. I have loved this recipe for a long time and seeing as this week I’m sharing healthy entertaining options it seems only appropriate to go back to my favourite classic recipes to share with you all.
This Lime Mousse Tart does not contain artificial sugars, chemicals or milk fats. Instead, we use beautiful avocados to give this tart a creamy, buttery texture that gives you healthy fats and vitamins. This recipe has fiber and a ton of nutrients from all its beautiful, raw ingredients.
I consider this recipe ‘sexy’ because it is sweet, tangy, healthy and raw. You can eat this dessert and feel like you are nourishing your body and your soul! Next time you’re looking for an enteratining dessert choose this wonderful Raw Lime Mousse Pie.
For more desserts using avocados check out these:
- Key Lime Protein Balls
- Key Lime Cheesecake Bites
- Key Lime Pie Parfait
- Coconut Lime Protein Creamsicles
- Healthy Key Lime Cheesecake
- Gluten Free Blueberry Lime Protein Balls
This recipe is raw, vegan, no-bake, secret avocado ingredient, clean and nutritiously sexy.
Raw Lime Mousse Pie
Makes 1 8-inch Pie for Entertaining (Serves 8-12)
- 2 Cups Raw Cashews
- 1 Cup Unsweetened Shredded Coconut
- 1/2 Cup Pitted Dates
- 2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
- 1 Tbsp Lime Zest
- 2 Tbsp Lime Juice
- Dash of Salt
- 4 Packets of Stevia
- 2 Tbsp Agave (You can use maple syrup)
- 4 Large Ripe Avocados (Pealed and Pitted)
- 1/2 Cup Lime Juice
- 1/4 Cup Lime Zest (You’ll need 6-8 limes for this entire recipe)
- 1/4 Cup Agave (or maple syrup)
- 2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
- Dash of Salt
- 8 Packets of Stevia
- Place the crust ingredients in your food processor and blend until dough-like.
- Spray your 8 inch spring form pan with non-stick cooking spray.
- Using your hands press the dough evenly into the pan.
- Place all mousse ingredients in your food processor and blend until smooth (stopping occasionally to scrape down the sides).
- Pour mousse over-top of crust.
- Chill in your refrigerator or freezer (depending on your desired texture) for at least 3 hours.
- Cut and serve immediately.
DAMY Members – This is a perfect entertaining dessert option. Wow your guests and tell them later how healthy this recipe is!
That looks amazing, and to think it`s a good healthy source of protein and good fats: avocado!!
It is really good! You will love it!! Enjoy 🙂
After a Cinco De Mayo party last weekend I ended up with a bunch of left over limes and avocados, and I had no idea what to do with them (I can only make so much guacamole!). I stumbled on to this recipe by accident (I hadn’t been to this website before) and thought I could give it a try. It is amazing! I was happily surprised at how tasty and rich tasting this dessert was! I’m looking forward to trying more of your recipes this weekend! Thank you!
Hey Jenny!! Thank you so much for the comment-love 🙂 This recipe is a great one! I hope you have a great weekend and thank you again for stopping by and spreading the love!
I use stevia drops and loose powdered stevia – how does this compare to stevia packets? What amount is in a packet? Thanks!
1 Packet is 1/2 Tsp of loose powdered stevia or 1/4 tsp of liquid.
Hi! I’m new to the healthier cooking arena and have a question – what can be used in place of the stevia, which is something I choose not to use – for example, what about a little more maple syrup (don’t use agave either) or coconut sugar? Thanks!!!
Yes, you could use maple syrup or coconut sugar in place of the stevia.
Hi, I don’t use Stevia either, or Agave, happy to use maple syrup or raw honey, but what do I use to replace the Stevia. I would really like to try this recipe! thanks
Yes those are both great options!
I have a bulk bag of stevia, not the packets. I wonder how many teaspoons measure a packet of stevia since I do not have individual packets? Does anyone know how I can go about finding this measurement out?
One packet is usually 1/2 tsp.
I can’t wait to try this! I want to make this for my husband’s birthday while we are on vacation. Do you think I could make the crust in advance (not sure our beach house will have a food processor)? Would I need to keep it cool? I think I could use a blender for the mouse ingredients. Thanks!
Hi Sara! Yes, you could make the crust in advance but you would need to keep it refrigerated. It should workout great for you!
This looks like an amazing recipe! I am a huge key lime pie fan so maybe this can be my healthier fix! 🙂 What is the serving size for DAMY Method members? I am assuming this would be used as the once per week treat option?