Hazelnut-Chocolate Mousse with ProactivChia-Berry Jam

Prep Time 25 minutes + 4 hours
Cook Time 8 minutes
Servings 6 small ramekins

Warning: this dessert is highly addictive! Prana's founder has fallen hard for it too. And for good reason, considering how decadent this hazelnut-chocolate mousse is. It's rich, creamy, and 100% vegan - we guarantee you won't be able to resist it. The mousse is accompanied by a delightful chia seed jam, which is a great alternative to store-bought jams that are often full of sugar. It's quick to prepare and requires no cooking, which means the chia seeds retain all of their nutritional value. This recipe can be tweaked in an infinite number of ways simply by changing up the fruits used or by adding different spices. Why not try making an apple-cinnamon jam, or one with mango and turmeric? Or add vanilla, or ginger, or cardamom? The only limit to this recipe is what you can dream up. Prana's ProactivChia is an ideal choice for making the jam.



How It's Made: Mousse



  1. Pour the almond milk in a small saucepan. Add maple syrup and agar agar flakes. Bring to a boil while whisking. Reduce heat and continue stirring while simmering for 5 minutes, or until the Agar Agar is completely dissolved.
  2. Remove saucepan from heat, add chocolate, vanilla, salt and hazelnut butter. Mix until smooth and creamy.
  3. Using a highspeed blender, mix the cream for a few seconds to obtain a fluffier texture.
  4. Pour into small resealable jars and refrigerate at least 4 hours. Before serving, garnish the chocolate-hazelnut mousse with ProactivChia-Berry jam.

How It's Made: ProactivChia-Berry Jam



  1. In a bowl, mix ProactivChia and maple syrup and let stand a few minutes. Mash the fruit with a fork. For a smoother jam, mix the fruit in a food processor.
  2. Pour the fruit into the bowl of ProactivChia and maple syrup, stir and let stand for 2 hours in the refrigerator to allow the chia form a jelly.
Anne-Pièr Fillion
Recipe By

Anne-Pièr Fillion

Based in California with her husband and two young children, vegetarian nutritionist Anne-Pièr Fillion, 32, claims to be living in “a paradise of people who eat healthily.” “There are so many beautiful organic outdoor markets and such an abundance of fruits, vegetables, and crafts that I couldn't resist starting a blog!” Under a lemon tree is her blog, full of healthy recipes, all of them equally appetizing.