Coconut Cream Chocolate Mousse – Easy, Whipped Dessert!

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Coconut Cream Chocolate Mousse –  Easy Whipped Dessert!Dianne Linderman’s light, whipped mousse dessert is absolutely perfect for summer! With a few simple ingredients, and a hand mixer, it is very easy to make… but be sure to make enough to share, because it will taste incredibly good (with and without the Cocoa powder).

Listen to this quick recipe to hear Dianne’s secret for getting just the right amount of coconut cream from a can of coconut milk, and also – tips on how to best serve the finished mousse.

Here is what you’ll need:

♨ 1 can of Coconut Milk
♨ Stevia for sweetener, to taste
♨ ½ teaspoon of Lecithin
♨ Couple of shakes of Salt
♨ ½ teaspoon of Vanilla Extract
♨ ¼ cup Cocoa

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Chicken, Strawberry and Spinach Salad with Balsamic Maple Vinaigrette

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Chicken, Strawberry and Spinach  SaladDianne Linderman came up with this summertime recipe – perfect to make right now, as strawberries are in season! This salad can be served with soup and bread on the side for a perfect dish.

Along with a recipe for strawberry, spinach and chicken salad, Dianne also put together an amazing recipe for a perfect dressing to go along with it. The ingredients are healthy, and the entire dish is easy to make from start to finish.

Here is what you’ll need:

For the Salad:
♨ 6 cups of Spinach (or Baby Spinach)
♨ 4-6 cups of sliced Strawberries (organic if possible)
♨ 4-5 cups of cooked Chicken

For the Dressing:
♨ ½ cup Grape Seed Oil or Olive Oil (or any other Oil that you prefer)
♨ ¼ cup Balsamic Vinegar
♨ ¼ cup Maple Syrup
♨ ¼ tsp Paprika
♨ 2 tbsp Sesame Seeds
♨ Poppy Seeds (optional)
♨ Garlic Salt (to taste)

Also on this segment, Dianne talks about the benefits of using balsamic vinegar in cooking – it will even allow you to use less salt!

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