Aquafaba (a.k.a. the moisture from a can of chickpeas or beans) is totally crazy! You just have to beat it up, and you get a foamy mass with which you can make a lot of tasty things. Like vegan desserts, for example 🙂 More about aquafaba in this article.
I admit it right away: chickpea fluid does not taste very good in itself. And then I still express myself very softly haha. However, as soon as you add other ingredients to it, you do not taste anything of that original flavor again.
If that ingredient is also pure chocolate, it will only get better 🙂
Take this airy chocolate mousse based on aquafaba for example. It’s ready in no time. You can see it in the video and the recipe below.
Elke Aerts is the founder of the vegan cooking blog goherbie. She has been vegetarian since 2000 and vegan since 2005. She prefers to buy organic (food, cloths,...) Her goal is to inspire and help people in their path towards a (more) vegan and green lifestyle.
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