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3 Ingredients: keto chocolate mousse

Updated: Jun 5, 2018

WARNING: These items are combined to make a very easy breakfast, that may be served cold or stored in the fridge for a long time. Consuming this choco mousse may lead to addiction and a severe desire to make this every morning.


  • 400 g – 14 oz Cottage Cheese, 2 % milkfat

  • 5 tbspn Cocoa, powder, unsweetened

  • ~ 1,5 tbspn Sweetener, liquid* *or other zero calorie sweetener to taste


Protein: 53 g

Fat: 13 g

Carbohydrates: 15 g *

Energy: 420 kcal

*Netto: 11 g


  1. Combine everything: In a bowl, combine the cocoa powder, cottage cheese and sweetener to taste.

  2. Serve directly or store in the fridge: We usually make in a large batch. The flavors melt together and the texture becomes more dense, more like chocolate pudding, when you store it in the fridge for a few hours.

  3. Serve cold.


  • Use a creamy, not too watery and not too sour cottage cheese, to get the best result.

  • The exact amount of sweetener depends on the bitterness of your cocoa powder and personal preference.

  • If you want to add extra fat to it, desiccated coconut, coconut oil or a few tablespoons mascarpone (about 2-3 tbspn) are good options.

  • If you don’t like the cottage cheese texture, you can blend it with an (immersion) blender.


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