Wild Blueberry Mousse with Avocado

OK, let’s call it “Blue Mousse”. My favorite 2-minute uplifting snack is refreshingly smooth and anti-oxidant with heavenly flavor. This nutrient-dense treat gives you everything you need – vitality, yummy texture, and sublime taste. Just blend and enjoy! It could be your easy breakfast, snack, or dessert. The thick texture comes from natural pectin in blueberries and creamy avocado.

Wild blueberries are small with a slightly tart, deep flavor. Wild blueberries may be the world’s most potent superfood. With the power to prevent every human malady including cancer, please never confuse wild blueberries with their larger, cultivated cousins. The difference between wild and cultivated blueberries is like the difference between fresh forest greens and week-old iceberg lettuce. The innate intelligence of wild blueberries has prevented them from accepting a monoculture, and instead they thrive in the wild. For example, wild blueberries can be burned to the ground and come back, yet other plants perish.

For one serving I suggest 1/2 tablespoon raw honey. However you can use any sweetener you like, and it’s optional, so sweeten to your own taste. BTW, eat this within a few minutes after blending, as the beautiful lavender color will slowly turn brown because of the avocado change in color. I’m going to eat this mousse every day! Serves one or two, just follow your desired column below.

Wild Blueberries are higher in nutrients and anti-oxidants than cultivated varities. They hold ancient survival information, having adapted to every brutal climate fluctuation over millennia.

I found frozen Organic Woodstock Wild Blueberries at the Montanita Coop in Santa Fe. They’re small, sweet and tart.







1 Reply to "Wild Blueberry Mousse with Avocado"

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    Ayleyaell May 12, 2022 (6:15 pm)

    Yum. Thanks to Trader Joe’s, we have frozen organic wild blueberries year round, though lemons and avocados are higher priced here in the Pacific Northwest than they were in San Diego, where they literally grew on (neighbor’s) trees.

    And I have no ” smallish ” blender just a “one size fits all” 64 oz old style Vitamix. But a single serve will fit just fine. I’m looking forward to
    trying it!.

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