Vegan Pumpkin Pie Chocolate Mousse

A few weeks ago I received a delicious package in the mail! I almost SQUEEEEE’ed with delight!

Zing Bars = YUM-O! Since I travel for my job, I love finding healthy, delicious treats for breakfast, or even just a fun snack.

There are six different flavors to choose from, and each one is designed with someone in mind.  The Chocolate Coconut is gluten, soy and dairy free.  Chocolate Peanut Butter is Gluten and Soy free.  The Almond Blueberry is gluten and soy free.  The Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip is gluten, soy and dairy free.  The Cashew Cranberry Orange is gluten, soy and dairy free, and the Oatmeal Chocolate Chip is gluten and soy free.

My favorite was the Almond Blueberry, my hubbies favorite was the the Chocolate Peanut Butter! From Zing Bars, the Chocolate Peanut Butter is the top flavor pick

The bars are made with organic, all natural ingredients such as almond butter, rice protein concentrate, tapioca syrup, brown rice crisps, and many more wonderful ingredients!

From Zing Bars website – “The bars are, wheat and gluten free, soy and corn free, 10-13 grams of protein, 3-6 grams of fiber, low glycemic ingredients,” and so much more.

Stand by to learn more about winning some of these delicious bars, but first I decided to share a fun recipe!

I found a healthy mousse recipe awhile back, and love enjoying this rich, creamy treat.  A few weeks ago my dear friend EA from The Spicy RD made the chocolate mousse, and shared it on her site!  Since the bars are very healthy, and some are dairy free.  I needed to make a treat that was also dairy free.

Just in time for the holidays!

Yields 6-8

Vegan Pumpkin Pie Chocolate Mousse

A rich, creamy treat for everyone!

10 minsPrep Time

5 minsCook Time

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3/4 cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips
4 Tbsp of sugar
12 oz (3/4 of pkg) extra firm tofu
1 (15oz) can of pumpkin
1 1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
About 1 cup water


In a double boiler, melt chocolate with sugar.

In blender, blend tofu (you may need some water to help in blending the tofu,) add melted chocolate and continue mixing, you may need some water again to help puree the mousse.

In medium bowl, add pumpkin, and pureed chocolate tofu mixture, and pumpkin pie spice, mix well.

Refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before serving.



Instead of 4 egg whites, I used pumpkin puree to make this recipe vegan. The mousse is not completely creamy, because of the pumpkin texture. My chocolaholic husband said even with the different texture, this treat is still delicious!

I decided to have fun and add a zing bar to the treat! I added the oatmeal chocolate chip bar, a sweet chocolatey bar.  A perfect compliment to the sweet chocolatey mousse!

Who wants to win some of these fun bars?  Well one lucky winner will win one of each flavor, YAY!!!

Here are the different ways you can enter – (Make a comment for each one, it will give you more chances to win!)

1. Share your favorite healthy dessert in the comment below.

2. Head on over and “like” my Cafe Terra Facebook page.

3. “Like” the Zing Bars Facebook page.

4. Follow CafeTerraBlog on Twitter.

5. Follow Zing Bars on Twitter.

6. Bonus – follow my blog by joining my Google Friend Connect on the right side of the page.

I will announce the winner in a week, Good Luck!

Until next time, Come on in, Have a seat,

Hugs, Terra

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  • Yay for healthy desserts 🙂 my favorite are chia pudding [with non-dairy milk and stevia] and vegan chocolate mousse [made with avocado, raw cacao powder and stevia]. Love the idea of pumpkin and chocolate together, and the bars sound PERFECT for me. Went completely gluten and dairy free a month ago [tho I’m still dealing with my weekly dark chocolate ice cream treat].

  • I like you on FB 🙂

  • Just liked Zing Bars FB pag.

  • I follow you on Twitter.

  • I’m now following Zing Bars on Twitter.

  • I’m following you on Google Friend Connect 🙂 happy monday!

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  • Chef Felisha Wild

    Good morning dear,
    Your chocolate mousse looks delicious. Speaking of delicious those Zing bars would look great on my counter. 🙂
    Hope you have a marvelous Wednesday dear, thanks for a great contest.
    Chef Felisha

  • Cee

    My favorite healthy dessert usually involves fruit in a crumble with oats and almond butter. YUM!

  • Brooke Becker

    I just found you via SITS Facebook post & decided to give you a follow too!

    These bars look fantastic!  I am always looking for healthy food on the go.  My favorite healthy dessert is simple — peel a banana, freeze it, eat it.


  • Joanne

    OOOooo!  Pick me pick me!  =-)

    I love honeycrisp apples right now.  Or granny smith apples with peanut or almond butter.  Fruit is great dessert becuase it is SWEET.


  • Mermont84

    my fav healthy dessert is apple with caramel sauce

  • Mermont84

    i like the Cafe Terra Facebook page.

  • Mermont84

    i Like” the Zing Bars Facebook page.

  • Mermont84

    i follow on gfc (memoma)

  • Christina

    Organic cherries in season- I can eat a whole bag!

  • Christina D

    following on GFC

  • Christina D

    liked Cafe Terra on fb

  • Christina D

    Liked Zing on fb

  • Healthy dessert? MMmhmmm….do brownies count? 😉 I like to challenge myself to make them healthier, with coconut oil and whole wheat instead of white flour!

  • I like you on FB duh 😉

  • I follow you on twitter

  • I like Zing on FB

  • I follow Zing on twitter

  • I follow you via GFC

  • Ikkinlala

    My favourite healthy dessert right now is a pomegranate. They’re expensive, so I don’t buy them too often, but they’re a real treat when I do.

  • oh gosh, so many great healthy desserts out there!  But if it has to be REALLY healthy, then I love protein powder cakes!  

  • And I already follow your tweets~ 🙂