Chocolate mousse - melt dark chocolate in a bain marie, add in 3 egg yolks, and fold in 3 whipped egg whites. Chill before serving. If you really want, you can add a splash of brandy to the mix, but if you're using good quality high cocoa solids chocolate, it can make it seize.
Chocolate Covered Katie ? The Healthy Dessert Blog
It's not all paleo/primal, but there are a fair few that are. Remember fudge? Oh yes.. it's in here. Brownies? Chocolate Mousse? All these sugar laden foods with a one way ticket to high blood sugar are now back on the menu! Some recipes can obviously have things left out such as the inclusion of honey/agave/artificial sweetners etc.. but for the most part, theres alot of primal friendly desserts. This blog deserves a medal imo
This was amazing:
PaleOMG – Paleo Recipes – Blueberry and Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding
I whipped up some heavy cream to go on top, yum. It was so good I just last night made a variation. I did a peach-pecan bread pudding (just sub out the blueberries and choc chips for diced peaches and pecans). I then made a whiskey sauce with coconut milk, a bit of arrowroot for thickening, your sweetener of choice and whiskey. So good. Definitely not an all-the-time treat, but something you can take to a gathering and have even non-paleo types snarf it up!
Oh, also, for the frozen banana types, this:
Chocolate Bacon Almond Butter Bananas | Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations
I made 4 of these, using sunbutter instead of almond. My non-paleo SO, who usually squints suspiciously at my paleo concoctions, ate 3 of them. The one I got was delicious though!
1 tablespoon of plain gelatin
1/3 cup of cold water
1-2/3 cup heavy cream, at room temperature
1 teaspoon vanilla or other flavoring
sweetening (If you use natural sweetening such as syrup, you should reduce the volume of cream accordingly)
Sprinkle gelatin over water and allow to become wet. Heat until melted. Add remaining ingredients. Pour into individual serving dishes or a large dish.